ABOUT 40 Fingers
40 Fingers is an Italian guitar quartet born in 2017. Though each of the four artists hold entirely different musical background, through their many individual projects, each is well-established in Italy's music scene.
40 Fingers is made up of Matteo Brenci, Emanuele Grafitti, Enrico Maria Milanesi and Andrea Vittori. These four guitar players are on a mission to explore new galaxies of sound, using a wide repertoire of original pieces and covers. Their reinterpretation of modern classics is equally at home in the styles of jazz and of Latin American music, creating a mesmerizing experience. From Astor Piazzolla to the Beatles, from Eagles to Toto, from Dire Straits to Eric Clapton, each piece is perfectly merged with their unique style.
The unique quartet began their trajectory with a rearrangement of "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen, which now counts more than 10 million views on YouTube. The band was recently highlighted by the official Queen website thanking them for creating such a lovely version of their famous tune. The passion that these four guitar players share for the world of films and movie soundtracks has led them to a series of interesting covers of famous film scores, among which are the two key themes written by John Williams for Star Wars, as well as Harry Potter, The Last Of The Mohicans, a Disney medley and Game Of Thrones.
40 Fingers are now eager for touring, intent to capture and hypnotize audiences across the world, and are planning to release many more new arrangements in the future.