Silvia Rosani

Friday, February 21st, 2014 - 2:40 am

Silvia Rosani

 Silvia Rosani studied Composition in Udine (Italy) and at Mozarteum Universität in Salzburg (Austria). She further specialized attending masterclasses with Klaus Huber, Juan Lopez Lopez, José Camarero, Brice Pauset, Vladimir Tarnopolski, Beat Furrer and Salvatore Sciarrino. Her pieces have been played by ensembles at the highest level for contemporary music, as the Österreichisches Ensemble für Neue Musik, Zahir Ensemble, Platypus Ensemble and Vocal Arts Stuttgart. In 2010 La nube e Issione won the first prize at the “Vocal Arts” composition competition and it was performed at the Biennale Salzburg. Silvia Rosani has a five years degree in Electronic Engineering and also works with software for live electronics and sound analysis, which she used to compose Versteinerte Flüge, a chamber opera performed between July and August 2011 at the ARGEkultur Theatre in Salzburg. In 2012, she started a collaboration with the Neue Vocalsolisten within the project Mediterranean Voices which was further supported by her five months residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. The result was the birth of the piece T-O, premiered at the ECLAT Festival 2014. Silvia Rosani is currently studying for a PhD in composition at Goldsmiths University in London, where she also teaches Composition Level 1. The aim of her research is to identify an innovative relationship between text and music through the use of sound analysis and instrumental synthesis.