I am very happy that my piece Rebonds won the Public Award, the Micheline-Coulombe-Saint-Marcoux Prize, at AKOUSMAtique, the Montreal Immersive Multi-chanell Music Composition Competition! Congratulations to John Young and Panayiotis Kokoras for their incredible pieces and to John Young for winning the jury prize, the Francis-Dhomont Prize! Many thanks to the organization of the competition and the Akousma Festival. Thanks also to all the people who participated in the concert! Thanks again to Sporobole and to the Faculty of Music of the Université de Montréal for the artist residency that allowed me to compose this piece. For more information on the competition: https://akousma.ca/Competition
I am really happy that my piece Rebonds has been selected as a finalist of the Métamorphoses competition organized by Influx – Musiques & Recherches! Congratulations to everyone! Thanks to Sporobole and the Faculty of Music of the Université de Montréal for the artist residency that allowed me to compose this piece! Rebonds was originally composed for Sporobole’s Vitrine Sonore and was later adapted for a dome of speakers. Thanks to Musiques & Recherches!
I am incredibly happy to have won first prize at the JTTP composition competition of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community, with my piece “Eyes Draw Circles of Light“. It’s really an honor for me! I wish to thank Robert Normandeau. I want to thank also Elisabetta Porcinai and Alice Nardi. A big thanks also to Emanuele Porcinai. Thanks to the Elektronmusikstudion EMS Stockholmin Stockholm, that is where I recorded the synthesizers parts of the piece. Et je suis vraiment content d’être accompagné des autres excellents compositeurs, dont la plupart sont à la Faculté de musique – Université de Montréal, où j’ai eu la chance et le plaisir de composer cette pièce. Un gran merci à toute la faculté! A big thanks to the Canadian Electroacoustic Community team!
I really want to thank all the Cube Fest team! These days at the Moss Arts Center, Virginia Tech in Blacksburg were awesome. It was really exciting to present my piece “Eyes Draw Circles of Light” on the 140 speakers array inside the Cube. Thanks to Eric Lyon, Tanner Upthegrove, Donnie Bales and to all the people that made it possible.
I’m so happy that I was part of ICMC NYCEMF in New York! I presented my piece For Hannah on June 24th at the Loreto Theater at the Sheen Center. I wish to thank all the artists, composers, presenters and organizers that made that week incredible!
I’m so happy that two of my works are featured on the Radiophreniaprogram. You can listen to my piece “Eyes Draw Circle of Light” on May 24th, inside the Short S19 section. My work “For Hannah” will be broadcasted on May 26th, inside the Buffer section. Many thanks to Mark and Barry!
I’m glad to announce that my piece “For Hannah” was chosen as finalist at the International composition competition Città di Udine – 2018, Electroacoustic section and it will be performed at the festival “Contemporanea” in October 2018 in Udine (Italy). The competition was organized by TEM – Taukay Edizioni Musicali e Delta Produzioni Associazione Culturale to whom I’d like to say thanks. Congrats to all the winners!
Article on “Il Tirreno” newspaper about my lesson / concert at the Music High School in Prato “liceo musicale Cicognini Rodari”. We had an amazing morning talking about electroacoustic and acousmatic music, ice as a sound source, and the sounds of King Cobras.
Article on “Il Tirreno” newspaper about my lesson / concert at the Music High School in Prato “liceo musicale Cicognini Rodari”
Students of “liceo musicale Cicognini Rodari” performing my piece “Where The Ducks Go When It Gets All Frozen”
I’m grateful to all Darren Copeland and all the New Adventures In Sound Art staff and to the Canadian Music Centre. The Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium has been a great experience and thanks also to all the musicians that performed at TIES.
I’m also grateful to the Italian Culture Institute in Toronto Istituto Italiano di Cultura for their hospitality. Thanks to the Director Alessandro Ruggera and all his kind staff!
Being a guest composer at Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm has been a marvelous experience. I really want to thanks all the EMS staff and all the other musicians that made this experience unique. A big thanks go also to Emanuele Porcinai, I’ve shared with him this wonderful time at EMS, and he also took great pictures.
Thanks also to Istituto Italiano di Cultura “C.M. Lerici”and to the director Virginia Piombo for the hospitality.
Tempo Reale Progetto Primavera 2016 Klang Musica Sperimentale #4
Video interview and video report by Andea Lattanzi, Repubblica (Italian only). In this video I talk about the Inner Out concert, and Francesco Giomi, Tempo Reale director, speaks about the Klang Concert and Tempo Reale.
Thanks to Tempo Reale, Francesco Giomi, and all the musicians that have played with me at Klang #4.
My piece Inner Out (Intimacy) has been selected for the call for works “self-built Sound sources” by musicaelettronica.it a blog created and managed by Tempo Reale. Here you can listen to the playlist that contains all the chosen works.
I’m so happy to announce that I’ve joined the “progetto di residenze IN -TEMPO REALE“ project. This is an artist residency at Tempo Reale, the music production research and didactics center in Firenze, Italy. During this period I will realize some multichannel acousmatic pieces and I’ll develop Inner Out, the concert for ice and live electronics.
Nicola Ratti and Kaseel Jaeger will be playing at Sala Vanni in Florence April the 9th 2016. The concerts are organized by Hand Signed. Martino Margheri and I we will present “How long do we stay there?”, our first collaboration, along with some of my acousmatic pieces. Concert starts at 9 pm.
On February 28th 2015 at Conservatorio di Firenze I’ll play live for the first Inner Out – Surround Concert for Ice and Live Electronics. The concert will be my final work at the Master Degree in Electroacoustic Composition.
These are some pictures that were taken during some field recordings at Florence Cathedral – Duomo di Firenze. The recordings are the source material for the acousmatic composition “The Sound of Dome“.