Luigi Sini graduated with honors, under the guidance of Mario Gangi, at the S. Cecilia Conservatory in Rome.
Original interpreter and versatile artist, Luigi Sini has innovated guitar technique multiplying through a personal research the instrument’s sonorous possibilities.
His work encompasses repertoire for both classical and electric guitars.
He has premiered solo and chamber works, many written for him, with some of the major composers of our time: C. Togni, A. Clementi, S. Sciarrino, L. de Pablo, F. Pennisi, F. de Rossi Re, A. Gentile, P. Arcà, I. Vandor, M. Panni , A. Solbiati, G. Soccio, M. Baratello, M. Mandanici, A. Mannucci, M. Bortolotti, R.H. Zimmerman, M. dell’Ongaro, N. Sani, M. d’Amico, L. Gregoretti.
As soloist he played with RAI Orchestra of Naples and Rome, RTV Orchestra of Ljublijana, “G. Petrassi ” Orchestra, Solisti Veneti Orchestra, Massa and Carrara Symphonic Orchestra, Sicilian Symphonyc Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese and National Academy of St. Cecilia Orchestra. He has played for Accademia Filarmonica Romama, Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti, Festival of “Eco and Narciso”, Festival “Dialogo con Maderna”, Orestiadi di Gibellina, Pontino Festival of Contemporary music, Festival of Villa Massimo, Bellini Festival, Festival Nuove Musiche of Palermo, Ferienkurse in Darmstadt, Nuova Consonanza Festival, New Spazi Musicali Festival, Antidogma Festival, Andres Segovia Festival (Madrid), Iserlhon Festival (Germany), GFA in Miami, London Guitar Festival, Guitart Festival in Belgrade, M. Giuliani Festival, Rust Festival (Austria), Verona International Festival, Barcelona Festival, International Guitar Forum (Vienna), Alirio Diaz Festival .
He has collaborated with prestigious musicians such as: R. Fabbriciani, P.Y. Artaud, A. Persichilli, M. de Robertis, M. Lomuto, M. Ben Omar, E. Porta, A. Morini, G. Scotese, G. Moench. C. Scarponi, A. Salvatore, M. Buffa, M. Sirbu, A. Vismara, M. Berni. Academica Quartet, Solisti Dauni, Gruppo strumentale Musica d’Oggi and Gruppo strumentale Nuovi Spazi Sonori.
He has recorded for EDIPAN, La UNICUM and SONY.
He plays on a Smallman & Sons Classical Guitar, Leonardo de Gregorio and Fender Stratocaster.