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With over 20 years teaching experience, Rycharde Gambin, the Auditor and Adjunct Teacher at the Festival Delle Musiche in Monte San Savino, Italy, will return to Italy in the Summer of 2016 and hopes to take his students with him.

“I have worked with some of the best master teachers of Italy and Europe,” said Gambin whose friendship with acclaimed pianist, Francesco Attesti has led to the intense instruction in musical arrangements and master classes in the Central Valley wherein both Attesti, and fellow Italian Pianist, Matteo Galli were guest Master teachers.

 

Gambin performed with both musicians in a Piano and Organ concert given in celebration of the grand reopening of the Corcoran Unified School District Performance Auditorium sponsored by the Rotary club of Corcoran.

 

As owner of the Rycharde Gambin International Piano Studio, Gambin has established himself as a highly coveted teacher for students of all ages. Currently he teaches on the Westside of the valley, including Corcoran, Huron, and Coalinga, and is now accepting new students (beginners to advanced).

 

“I hope to teach students the appreciation of all the work that goes into composing as well as performing great music,” said Gambin.

 

As the North American Representative to the Festival Delle Musiche, Gambin hopes to offer the opportunity for high school and college students to work with some of the best master teachers in all of Europe.

 

“Last year, I began to see the potential for Central Valley students of all ages,” he said.

 

Next year Gambin hopes to offer scholarships to Corcoran, Huron, and Coalinga music students to give them an opportunity to expand their knowledge of music and create new experiences abroad.

 

For more information about the Rycharde Gambin International Piano Studio or to enroll in lessons, please contact Mr. Gambin at rycharde@sbcglobal.net or call (559) 362-9537.

 

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