Giuseppe Dugo is an Italian clarinetist born in Siracusa in 1987 and currently a resident of Avola (SR).
Giuseppe Dugo began his musical education at the age of 9. In 2007, he recieved his diploma in clarinet, with the highest possible grade, from the Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “Vincenzo Bellini” Catania, under the instruction of Prof. Carmelo Dell’Acqua. In 2010, he recieved a second level diploma with the highest possible grade, in interpretation-composition, under the instruction of Prof. Carmelo Dell’Acqua and Riccardo Insolia.
He is the winner of several National and International competitions. He has participated in numerous masterclasses and seminars with artists of International renown including: Martin Frost, Alessandro Carbonare, Paolo Beltramini, Hermann Stefansson, Karl Leister, Vincenzo Paci, Giovanni Punzi, Antonio Capolupo, Kari Kriikku, Michele Marelli, Carlos Cespedes and many others. He is a member of the ensemble “Calamus” of Catania, which performs throughout mainland Italy.
He concluded the Master of Arts in Music at the Conservatorio della Svizzara Italiana under the instruction of professors Milan Rericha and Sergio Del Mastro and after started the Master of Arts in Solo Performance at the Musik Hochschule to Luzern under the instruction of professor of international renown Paolo Beltramini. In 2018 he concluded his study at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome, under the instruction of the professor and international artist Alessandro Carbonare.
Unavoidable pillars of the Henri SELMER Paris range, the 'Récital' clarinets offer an incomparable density and roundness of sound.