Luca Pasqua
Guitar Workshop


h 18:00 – 20:00
Saint Louis
Viale Luigi Bodio, 37 – Milano

Workshop by Luca Pasqua, lecturer of the custom guitar courses at the Saint Louis branch in Milan, on Wednesday, March 20 at the Viale Bodio location in Milan, with live performance in trio with Lorenzo Feliciati and Giorgio di Tullio.

During the workshop Luca Pasqua will present the content and topics of his Custom course, a journey through technical and theoretical concepts applied to guitar styles and musical genres.

In the last section of the presentation, bassist Lorenzo Feliciati and drummer Giorgio Di Tullio will join Luca Pasqua for a live performance by their trio PDF.

In the new Saint Louis location in Milan, it is possible to enroll in a personalized guitar course to study with Luca Pasqua Personalized guitar courses accompany the student’s needs and the fulfillment of his expectations starting with the acquisition of the basic knowledge useful for the study and in-depth study of the instrument, through phrasing, harmony, pronunciation and touch and all the technical skills that lead to the maximum development of the student’s artistic personality, delving into the musical language, from traditional to contemporary expressions, or dealing with advanced topics such as modal rock and blues style.

Luca Pasqua Guitar Workshop
March 20, h 18:00 – 20:00
Saint Louis
Viale Luigi Bodio, 37 – Milano

Free admission by reservation by writing to

Luca Pasqua, bio

Guitarist, composer, arranger, teacher, in more than 30 years of career Luca Pasqua has collaborated with many Italian and international musicians: Antonio Farao’, Fabrizio Bosso, Mike Clark, Elliot Murphy, Ivan Bodley, Linley Marthe, Walter Calloni, Riccardo Fioravanti, Robert Bonisolo, Ruth Gerson, Massimo Colombo , Attilio Zanchi, Cico Cicognani, Reggie Washington, Luigi Di Nunzio, Sergio Pescara, Gigi Cifarelli.

Active since the 1990s as a session man, he has participated in about 100 recordings. Parallel to contract projects Luca has always worked on his own projects, often as a leader.

This led him to record many CDs under his own name. Luca’s most recent projects include the group Pop-Fusion (Pop)sibilities, a quartet with Federico Paulovich, William Nicastro and Erica De Lazzari, whose new CD is about to be released; the PDF trio with Lorenzo Feliciati and Giorgio Di Tullio, all based on original compositions; and the duo with saxophonist Mimmo Valente, whose first recording work is about to be released.

Luca also participates in the Banda Sonora project. This project, active since 2018, is dedicated to Italian genre cinema (Spaghetti Western, Thriller and Poliziottesco) and features “ours” in the role of guitarist, arranger and film critic.

Other recent projects include singer Fabienne Palasciano’s Band, which runs between Switzerland, France and Italy, the theater project The Wild Party and a CD all about Rock & Roll with bassist Roby Ferrante. Luke also often works as a duo, accompanying several singers, in particular he has been carrying on the Two Souls project for ten years.

On the teaching side, Luke has written three methods: Americana, Evolution, and Rule Thumb. The first two were published by Hal Leonard. For the past year or so, Luca has also been curator and creator of the YouTube channel “Making Music,” which is dedicated to those who want to get serious about making music and includes interviews with colleagues such as Luca Colombo and instructional videos dedicated to guitarists and playing with a Band.