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Massimiliano Cerioni (Albano laziale 1986) is an italian composer, currently living in Rome.
He is going to get a Bachelor’s degree in composition in electronic music at the A.Casella conservatory of L’Aquila, under the direction of M° Michelangelo Lupone, attending several specialization courses and masterclasses of: Jean Claude Risset, Gerard Pape, Miller Puckette, David Zicarelli (Cycling ’74), Alvise Vidolin, Gavin Bryars.
He periodically works with CRM of Rome for musical and technical assistance, assisting important composers like: Mario Bertoncini, Nicola Sani, Salvatore Sciarrino.
He participated at several important events like: perdonanza Celestiniana (L’Aquila 2008), biennale Artescienza (Rome 2008), Una città da ascoltare (L’Aquila 2009, G8 SUMMIT), Festival della creatività (Florence 2009), Biennale di poesia Anterem (Trento 2009), Emumeeting (Rome 2009), La terra fertile (Sassari 2010), Festival Futura (Crest 2010), Emufest (Rome 2010).
He completed in spring 2009 a stage at INA-GRM in Paris, under the direction of Daniel Teruggi, Emmanuel Favreau, Philippe Dao.
His piece In Cerchio nel bosco (2009) has been selected for the 2010 edition of the acousmatic music festival Futura in Crest (Drôme, France) staged by the Motus group, and has been played during the nuit blanche.
He is focusing on several aspects of research like new forms of artistic expression (sound-art installation, mixed-media works, conceptual art, happenings), interaction between music/art and new technologies, linguistical aspects of XX / XXI centuries’ music, signal processing and psychoacoustic. Of course these aspects of research involve his creations too.
His music has been performed in:
Milan, Celano, L’Aquila, Florence, Riva del Garda, Trento, Verona, Rome, Sassari, Crest (Drôme, France).
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