An intimate concert, surrounded by Picasso's art.

A New Album is about to come out!

Well, more than a new album: original music...8 unreleased tracks, recorded in Rome by a sound engineer of exception: Giovanni Baglioni.

We had a lot of fun and I would like to tell you all about this long story ;)

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Flavio Sala: World Fusion in Classical Guitar Style.

Italian guitarist Flavio Sala appeared with the Jury Bashmet New Russia Orchestra, the Turin Philharmonic Orchestra and the "Orquesta Sinfonica de Venezuela", played at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, Hermitage Theatre in Saint Petersburg, "Teatro Coliseo" in Buenos Aires, Grand Teatro das Artes in Belo Horizonte, "Teatro Politeama" in Palermo, in Italy, Spain, Austria, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Russia, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba and the United States of America, also collaborating with Mango, Steve Howe (Yes, Asia), Marcus Miller, Alain Perez, Rafael "Pollo" Brito, Fabrizio Bosso, Flavio Boltro, Alex Acuña, El Piraña, Antonio Serrano, Jorge Pardo, Otmaro Ruiz, Euro Zambrano, Cesar Orozco, Cliff Almond, Huascar Barradas, Carles Benavent, Rubem Dantas, Toninho Horta, Giovanni Baglioni, Daniel Binelli, Hiba Al Kawas and many others.

Along with teaching at the "Agostino Steffani" Conservatory in Castelfranco Veneto (Italy), where he is classical guitar professor, Flavio Sala is currently working on a new album, this time entirely devoted to his own original music. "In the United States, I have repeatedly encouraged to write my music. Well, I tried and I liked not only the result, but also the strange feeling of playing something totally mine."

I love to see a 30 year-old guitarist knock my socks off!”

Steve Howe