Nadia Sartori possesses a fluid technique and a beautiful, clear tone on the guitar. Her natural sensitivity enables her to interpret compositions from all periods convincingly. On stage she is absolutely reliable. Eliot Fisk.
Whilst Nadia’s current focus is on the highest possible standard of teaching, she takes any opportunity to perform as soloist, and in ensemble situations. Here she is performing with two ensembles. Check them out!
MUSE GUITAR DUO
Altazena Guitar Quartet (with Zeah Riordan, Alex Velasco and Tania Ravbar)… probably Australia’s first all-female Guitar Quartet!)
Nadia has a Bachelor of Music from the Victorian College of the Arts, and with the assistance of a German Government scholarship, completed Post-graduate studies in Classical Guitar and the Cologne Musikhochschule under Professor Eliot Fisk (who was a student of the great Maestro Andre Segovia).
With many years of experience in performing in a vast array of ensemble situations. She has performed regularly both in Australia and overseas, with flute & guitar, voice and guitar, guitar & string quartet, Renaissance ensemble (on lute) touring Germany, guitar and harpsichord, to name a few.
Highlights of these performances include performing with John Williams and Paco Pena at the Melbourne Summer Music, performing as soloist at the Vicenza Cathedral for the Italian-Australian Festival, performing in the Andres Segovia Memorial Concert, Philip Houghton Celebration Concert at Montsalvat and the Adelaide Guitar Festival 2018.
Nadia’s special interest area is in the management of performance anxiety specifically for classical guitarists, and loves helping players manage their nervousness through strategies introduced in lessons. In 2017, she conducted a workshop at the VCA/MCM University of Melbourne for classical guitar students, as well as at the Altamira International Guitar Festival in Hong Kong and the Brooklyn Conservatory.
Nadia proudly plays guitars by Richard Howell, Luthier (www.richardhowell.com)