Born in Trento in 1994, Lorenzo Bernardi graduated from the Conservatory F.A Bonporti of Trento in 2015. He then continued his studies under the guidance of Emanuele Buono at the Conservatorio L. Canepa in Sassari, obtaining a Master Degree with honors. He further specialized at Conservatorio de Musica Manuel Castillo in Seville, Spain, under the guidance of internationally renowned Professor and guitarist Francisco Bernier.
As a soloist, but also as a member of chamber groups and with orchestra, he has performed in Italy, Spain, Hungary, France, Denmark, Finland, Argentina, Chile, United States, Costa Rica, Bahrain, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and India.
He has performed in prestigious halls such as the Real Alcazar of Seville, Victoria Memorial Hall of Calcutta (India), Vietnam National Academy Recital Hall (Vietnam), Teatro Principal in Castellón (Spain), Nave Cultural UnCuyo (Mendoza – Argentina) and the Cabildo Histórico (Córdoba – Argentina).
He is often invited as a jury of international competitions such as Calcutta International Guitar Festival in India, Alma Hanoi Guitar Festival, Saigon Guitar Fest in Vietnam, Encuentros de la Guitarra de Panamá in the homonymous city.
He held Masterclasses for important academic institutions such as the Conservatori Superior de Música Salvador Seguí de Castelló (Valencia – Spain), Universidad de Costa Rica (Palmares – Costa Rica), Universidad de Chile (Santiago de Chile) , Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (Argentina) and The University of Social Sciences and Humanities (Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam).
In 2019 the DaVinci label published Agustin Barrios Mangore “Al estilo antiguo”, the culmination of a research work started as a thesis at the “Canepa” Conservatory of Sassari: which aims to research the influences of Italian musical forms, and more in European Generals, in the Opera of Paraguayan composer Agustin Barrios.
He has collaborated with the Vietnamese guitarist Thu Le and with the Italian mandolin player Carlo Aonzo, touring Italy, the United State, Panama and India presenting the project “The Golden Age of the Mandolin”.
He is currently collaborating full time with italian violinist Saverio Gabrielli, with whom they are about to release their new cd “Two Italians” in Vienna.
He is an official endorser of Savarez Guitar Strings, Altamira Guitarras and Shertler guitar amps.