Andrea Thomas Gambetti

Classical guitarist, Andrea Thomas Gambetti he studied with Giorgio Logiri and Lena Kokkaliari before being admitted to Paolo Paolini's class, with whom he graduated, obtaining top marks in the interpretation test, at the Conservatorio 'G. Verdi' in Milan.

He specialised with Ruggero Chiesa, Dusan Bogdanovic, Paolo Cherici and Marcos Vinicius.

He attended the International Early Music Courses in Isolabona, specialising in baroque singing with Claudine Ansermet.

He completed his studies in Choir Direction with Antonio Eros Negri at the Pontifical Ambrosian Institute of Sacred Music.

He studied polyphonic - vocal composition.

He specialised in conducting under the guidance of Pierangelo Gelmini.

He is director of the Città Studi Polyphonic Chorale since its foundation in 1990. With the choir, he has given concerts in the most important basilicas in Milan and Lombardy

He has been teaching pop a cappella vocals for Solevoci festival in Varese in 2003 and in Cortina in 2005, for Musicando in Riccione in 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2013. Numerous choral associations have invited him to hold seminars and workshops dedicated to a cappella concertation techniques.

He holds a degree in Economics and Commerce from the Catholic University with a focus on Marketing & Advertising.

Since 1994, she has been a vocalist in the a cappella vocal quintet "ALTI & BASSI"with which it performs an intense concert and radio activity in Italy and abroad.

Since 1998 he has led Prelude.

Adagio with motorbike

Adagio con moto

At the king's court there are two suitors

Alla corte del re ci son due pretendenti

I almost had it

Ce l’avevo quasi fatta

I almost had it (all songs)

Ce l’avevo quasi fatta (tutte le canzoni)

It's football

È il calcio

The ship of dreams

La nave dei sogni

The theme song of Novella bella

La sigla di Novella bella

Night blues

Notte blues

That extra colour

Quel colore in più

Stille Nacht [score + separate parts].

Stille Nacht [partitura + parti staccate]

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