Christian Lavernier

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Birth nameChristian Lavernier
Born (1979-07-27) 27 July 1979 (age 42)
Imperia, Italy
Christian Lavernier
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Christian Lavernier (born in Imperia, 27 July 1979) is an Italian guitarist and composer


Christian Lavernier was born in Imperia, in 1979. He started to play guitar with Mario Senise. He graduated from the Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi in Milan, with the Maestro Paolo Chierici. He attended master classes held by some of the most representative teachers of the international guitar scene including Alirio Díaz, Conrad Ragosnig and David Russell (guitarist). He studied the contemporary repertoire, with Angelo Gilardino and Leo Brouwer.

In 2010 he starts to work on his first composition and in 2016 the first edition of his pieces has been edited.[1]

He makes some collaborations with the world leading composers Azio Corghi and Alberto Colla. Since 2013 he has been working with artists of different genres: Tommy Emmanuel[2], Antonella Ruggero, Sarah Jane Morris (singer)[3], Peter Finger.

In 2014, for the opening concert at the Festival International de Guitarra de Angostura, he performed the Concierto de Aranjuez with the C.D. Bolivar Orchestra.

Christian Lavernier has recorded for several important international radio channels in Italy, Spain[4], England[5], Argentina, France, Venezuela, Russia, Japan, United States, Mexico.

From 2016 he lives in Paris.


In Italy, he works together with the actor Ugo Dighero[6], in “Platero y Yo”[7] by Juan Ramon Jimenez and music by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco.

In 2016 the Master luthier Carlos Gonzalez Marcos created a new guitar La Soñada (11 strings) imagined and dedicated to Christian Lavernier.

In 2018, starts the new project Contemporary Future based on “La Soñada”. The project involved some great Italian and international composers (Azio Corghi[8], Angelo Gilardino, Andrea Talmelli, Flores Chaviano, Francesco Iannitti…) who have created several original pieces for this project. In 2019, he released the album Contemporary Future (EMA Vinci) with the first unpublished works for the 11-string instrument “La Soñada”. Ennio Morricone[9] and Azio Corghi sign the prefaces to this album. It obtains the patronage of the SIMC "Italian Contemporary Music Society" and the CIDIM. The SIAE includes it in the series “The Classics of Today”[10] .

In the same year, Christian Lavernier meets Nicola Campogrande and starts to work with him on a new pubblication of «12 Preludi a getto d’inchiostro» re-thoughts for “La Soñada” and edited by the major Universal Music – Ricordi with revision and fingering by Christian Lavernier.

The Universal Music – Ricordi edit also the new composition Redobles y Consonancias dedicated to Christian Lavernier and to “La Soñada” by M° Azio Corghi. Revision and fingering have been entrusted to Lavernier himself.

In 2021 he released the album "Aria" by EMA Vinci. This album contains 10 pieces all composed by Christian Lavernier.


  • Nicola Campogrande "12 Preludi a Getto di Inchiostro" for La Soñada " dedicated to Christian Lavernier (Universal Music - Ricordi)
  • Azio Corghi "Redobles y Consonancias" Dedicated to Christian Lavernier (Universal Music - Ricordi)[11]
  • Christian Lavernier "Tres Almas" (Sinfonica Editions)[12]


  • 2013: Christian Lavernier
  • 2016: Tres Almas (Edizioni Sinfonica)[13]
  • 2019: Nicola Campogrande "12 Preludi a Getto d' Inchiostro"
  • 2019: Contemporary Future (EMA Records)[14]
  • 2021: Aria (EMA Records)[15]

In the media



  1. "Edizioni Musicali Sinfonica". Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  2. (2015-08-02). "IMPERIA. GRANDE SUCCESSO DI PUBBLICO PER IL CONCERTO DI DODI BATTAGLIA E TOMMY EMMANUEL A ONEGLIA:"CI SENTIAMO TRA AMICI"/FOTO E VIDEO". Imperiapost - L'informazione libera della tua città (in italiano). Retrieved 2019-03-12. {{cite web}}: External link in |last= (help)
  3. "Sarah Jane Morris protagonista del Concerto dell'estate a Imperia: il 13 agosto in Calata Cuneo". (in italiano). Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  4. "La guitarra - Christian Lavernier y Alberto Pérez - 21/07/13". (in español). 2013-07-21. Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  5. "Il chitarrista Lavernier ospite alla BBC". (in italiano). Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  6. "Platero Y Yo". Ugo Dighero - Sito Ufficiale (in italiano). 2016-08-18. Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  7. "Stelle teatro e danza a 'Notte dei poeti - ViaggiArt". (in italiano). 2016-06-29. Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  8. "Cerca nel catalogo - UMPG Classical - opera Redobles y Consonancias". Retrieved 2019-03-12.
  9. "CONTEMPORARY FUTURE – Christian Lavernier – CD – EMA Vinci contemporanea" (in italiano). Retrieved 2021-03-09.
  10. "classici di oggi 2019 – EMA Vinci contemporanea" (in italiano). Retrieved 2021-03-09.
  11. "Redobles y consonancias de Azio Corghi | acheter dans le magasin de partitions de Stretta". Retrieved 2021-03-13.
  12. "Edizioni Musicali Sinfonica". Retrieved 2019-03-13.
  13. "Elenco per autore - Edizioni Musicali Sinfonica". Retrieved 2021-03-13.
  14. "Christian Lavernier", Wikipédia (in français), 2021-02-10, retrieved 2021-03-09
  15. "Aria – Christian Lavernier" (in italiano). Retrieved 2021-03-09.

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