Lucia D’Errico, born 1982, is an Italian artist devoted to experimental music and the contemporary repertoire, performing on acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, oud, and several other instruments. She studied classical guitar at Conservatorio B. Marcello of Venice, and Modern Languages at Università Ca’ Foscari of Venice.
As a performer and improviser, she collaborates with contemporary music groups, and with theatre, dance, and visual art companies. She is the founder of a project on new music for toy piano, electric bass, and musical toys, and collaborates with emerging and established composers from all over the world.
Her interest for the interrelation of different artistic languages leads her to work as a graphic designer, and to explore various musical fields such as classical, contemporary, early, jazz, folk, pop.
She is also committed to the didactic aspects of music, and she held seminars and master courses in schools and universities in Italy, UK, USA, and Argentina.
At Orpheus Institute she collaborates in the ME21 research project (Principal Investigator: Paulo de Assis) as a doctoral researcher, and in 2014 she enrolled in the docARTES doctoral programme.