Edoardo Catemario has taken his electric guitar music great ranges from his local Naples, Italy. He provides performed using the Mexico Condition Orchestra as well as the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and in the St. Petersburg Philharmonia’s Bolshoi Zal. He also often is found offering masterclasses at such areas as London’s Royal Academy, Salzburg’s Mozarteum, the Leipzig Conservatory, and Paris’ Conservatoire International. Catemario was just 11 years of age when he provided his first single recital. His repertoire today addresses a lot of the single guitar music in the Baroque to contemporary eras, and over 30 concertos, plus many chamber music functions for electric guitar duet or electric guitar with other equipment. A number of the last mentioned consist of Carpe Diem by Gerard Drozd and I racconti di Mamma Orca by Roberto De Simone, both for electric guitar and string quartet and both created for Catemario. Catemario provides documented the concertos of Mauro Giuliani and many various other discs for the Arts Music label, and in 2007 agreed upon with Decca. His initial album with this label was Bach for Electric guitar, and his third, España, premiered in 2011.