Carmine Maresca was born in Naples. From a very young age, he became passionate about music studying piano, and later he moved on to classical guitar. Carmine Maresca graduated brilliantly as a private, in just five years, at the "D. Cimarosa" Conservatory in Avellino. His musical sensibility brings together various commissions of national and international competitions, always being among the winners. He has participated in Masterclasses of masters of absolute importance in the Italian and international concert field. He also studied with one of the most significant international concert artists the very Neapolitan Aniello Desiderio with whom he perfected himself at the Gorizia music academy, passing the final exam with full marks. As a composer he has published "Echi Partenopei", "Three soul images" for violin and piano; "Three Neapolitan lyrics" for piano and voice and "The poets work at night" for solo guitar. He also wrote the original piece "Fenestrelle" for string orchestra, winner of the II International Composition Competition "Città di Nepi ". Numerous concert guitarist around the world has performed Maresca's compositions. His latest concert for guitar and orchestra, "The Poiesis Concerto", was recorded at the London studios by the London Symphony Orchestra. He has been a teacher of classical guitar at State Institute since 2014.