risorse musicisti

Artists who collaborate with the ensemble

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Mauro BonifacioMauro Bonifacio


He graduated in piano and composition from G.Verdi Conservatory in Milan, where he studied with Piero Rattalino and Azio Corghi.

He also studied conducting at Verein Wiener Musikseminar and Accademia Musicale Pescarese.

Since 1997 he teaches in Milan Conservatory, where is also musical manager of Contemporary Music Lab.

His music is performed and commissioned by main festivals in Europe. Inquieto, for 9 instruments (cd Fonit-Cetra) has been performed at IRCAM in Paris, Biennale Musica in Venice and Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

He composed the two radio-operas: Il frutto senza nome (1994), on a libretto by Emilio Isgrò, and Tragedia di Roncisvalle con bestie, on words by Giuliano Scabia, performed at Prix Italia 1997.

He has created the orchestration for La ville morte by Nadia Boulanger and Raoul Pugno on a libretto by Gabriele D’Annunzio.

This opera was published by Heugel/Leduc and performed with enormous success in July 2005 in Siena (world premiere).

Cartes jouées (2007) for five instruments was performed by Dédalo Ensemble in Miami, Sevilla and Bilbao.

He is a co-founder of AGON-Milano, research center for new technologies.

He has collaborated to realize many productions, electronic music for lyric operas, radio operas, symphonic and chamber works, commissioned by great theatres and many associations in Europe: Teatro alla Scala, Teatro Regio di Torino, Teatro S.Carlos of Lisbon, Theatre of Münster, Milano Musica, Tempo Reale di Firenze, Mittelfest, Piccolo Teatro di Milano, Politecnico di Milano, RAI.

Since 1994 to 2001 he led Musica20 Ensemble with wich conducted many premieres and recorded three cd for BMG Ricordi label.

He conducted the world premiere of the ballet Un petit train de plaisir, by Azio Corghi, with Amedeo Amodio’s coreography and the piano duo Bruno Canino-Antonio Ballista and Les percussions de Strasbourg (Rossini Opera Festival 1992).

The recording of this work (cd BMG Ricordi) won the Editor’s Choice Prize 1995 at Cannes Classical Awards.


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