Lucrezia Bonasia is a classical guitarist born in Martina Franca in 1998. She obtained her Bachelor Degree in Classical Guitar in 2019 at the “I.S.S.M. G. Paisiello”, Taranto.
Her love for the guitar began when she was 8, from that moment she completely dedicated herself to music.
Lucrezia Bonasia was awarded in many national and international competitions such as:
International Music Competition “Musica Mundi” , Taranto, 2016 (I Absolute Prize); International Music Competition “Domenico Savino”, Taranto, 2017 (I absolute Prize); Competition for young musicians “Rosa Ponselle” di Matera, 2017 (I Prize); National Competition “La Chitarra Volante”, Gallipoli, 2017 (I Prize); Guitar Competition “Gaetano Marziali”, 2017, Seveso (MI) (III Prize); National Guitar Competition “Giulio Rospigliosi” di Lamporecchio (PT) (III Prize); International Guitar Competition “Salento Guitar Festival”, 2018 (I Prize); International Music Competition for young musicians “Città di Barletta” 2018 (I Prize); International Competition “Alirio Diaz”, Roma, 2019 (I Prize); Competition “KTTNB 2020”, Riga, (I Absolute Prize); Music Competition “Perusia Harmonica”, Perugia, 2020 (II Prize); International Music Competition “Silk Way” Mosca, 2021 (I Prize); Music Competition “Città di Piove di Sacco” 2021 (I Prize).
Guitar Festival “Gemona del Friuli” (awarded in the top 10 finalists among 65 guitarists).
Lucrezia Bonasia attended many Masterclasses with important guitarist through the years, such as Lorenzo Micheli, Aniello Desiderio and Giampaolo Bandini.
She performed in many concert and festival, for instance we can mention:
The XIII edition of the Contemporary Music Festival “URTIcanti” at the “Kismet” Theatre in Bari; The First edition of the Martina Franca Chamber Music Festival; the International Guitar Festival “Città dello Jonio” in Taranto, at the concert dedicated to the composer Carlo Francesco Defranceschi; the Second Edition of the Martina Franca Chamber Music Festival, and in the beautiful Archeological Museum “MARTà” in Taranto; Classical Guitar recital organized by the Soroptimist Club of Martina Franca.
Most important, she took part to the review dedicated to the composer Giorgio Gaslini organized by the Association “Pietro Mongini” in collaboration with “Gli Amici del Loggione del Teatro alla Scala” in Milan; she performed as a soloist and in chamber music during the 75th Concert Season Amici della Musica “Arcangelo Speranza young” in Taranto*.*
She performed as a soloist and in chamber music during the concert dedicated to the Italian composer Vittorio Fellegara, organized by the Association NoMus in collaboration with “Società del Quartetto di Milano” at the ‘900 Museum, in Milan.
She is co-founder of an artistic project called “Fabularia”, that aims to create a unique connection between words and notes through reading classics pages from literature in dialogue with classical guitar pieces.
At the moment she is attending her Master Degree in Classical Guitar at the “I.S.S.M. Luigi Boccherini” in Lucca.