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Composer Seminar: Giuliano Bracci Seminar

Giuliano Bracci
7 December 2015
Building 2 Room 1079

For more information regarding this seminar, please email Ben Oliver at .

Event details

Following the performance of his Canto notturno (2014) by pianist Emanuele Torquati in the Music Department lunchtime concert series, Italian composer Giuliano Bracci will present some of his compositions and speak about his work.

Giuliano Bracci (b. 1980) is an Italian composer based in Amsterdam and he is docARTES researcher at Leiden University/Orpheus Institute Gent. He studied with Rosario Mirigliano at Florence Conservatory and with Richard Ayres at the Amsterdam Conservatory. He has composed works for ensembles such as Nieuw Ensemble, Ensemble Klang, VocaalLab, Looptail and L’Arsenale, received an honourable mention at the Gaudeamus Prize and was finalist of the Premio Reina Sofia Madrid with a piece for choir and orchestra.

His music is published by Donemus and ArsPublica and has been performed in festivals such as Concertgebouw AAA Festival, November Music, Gaudeamus Muziekweek, Villa Romana in Florence, Cantiere d’Arte di Montepulciano. Besides composing Giuliano plays the guitar and the tuba and graduated in Philosophy at Sapienza University of Rome.



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