The duo composed by Andrea Salvi on the flute and Angelo Magnifico on the guitar was formed in January 2008 with the aim of developing and divulgating the 19th and 20th centuries' important repertory of music for flute and guitar, as well as the repertory developed for these two instruments in contemporary times. The Duo had their official debut in the spring of the same year, which was welcomed both by the audience and critics. This started a productive season of concerts, which led him to perform throughout Italy and abroad (the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Sri Lanka). The Duo performed live on the Italian public TV channel 'Rai', and was invited to perform live at various radio programs on local and national broadcasting. The Duo has also won several awards in national and international chamber music competitions (International competition "Dinu Lipatti", 2nd prize, National Competition of "Ferdinando Carulli" guitar, 1st prize, "XVI International Voice and Instrumental Competition ANEMOS" , 3rd prize).
ANDREA SALVI, flutist, studied at the "Santa Cecilia" Conservatory of Music in Rome where he graduated in Flute and Chamber Music under the guidance of Leonardo Angeloni and Roberto Galletto. Then He completed the studies in the Netherlands with Rien de Reede and Thies Roorda and in Italy with Giuseppe Pelura, at the Conservatory of Benevento, graduating cum laude. He attended several masterclasses in Flute (Mario Caroli, János Bálint) and Chamber Music (Giuliano Balestra, Bernard Fauchet, Adèle Auriol and Marialena Fernandes). He has undertaken an intense concerts activity, as a soloist and chamber orchestral ensembles (Tuscia Opera Festival Symphonic Orchestra in Viterbo, Freon Ensemble, Gruppo di interpretazione Metadiapason, etc.), taking part in numerous festivals and important music seasons throughout Italy and abroad (USA, Sri Lanka, Holland, Spain, Switzerland) also having the honor to perform in a private concert in the presence of H. H. Benedict XVI at Vatican Radio. He directed, together with Claudia Salomone, Rome Orquesta Tango, playing as a flutist alongside important national and international artists. He is now deepening the study of jazz harmony and modern languages with particular regard to Brazilian music.