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Name: Angelo Bruzzese
Skills: Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Soloist
Phone: +39 348 7556610
Address: via Mola di Bernardo, 41/e, Terni 05100, Italy
Links: E-mail
ANGELO BRUZZESE holding degrees of Clarinet, Saxophone, Organ, Orchestration, Electronic Music, Composition, Conduction. After a short career as a soloist, he devoted himself mainly to the conduction, alternating concert activity and composition. Active above all in the experimental music, he conducted many first performances of nowadays authors. He has been guest conductor of many Orchestras in Italy and abroad, receiving everywhere consent both of public and of critics. His compositions range from church music to chamber, sinphonic or electronic music, as well as music for ballet and theatre, are performed by many concert companies and are published by “Heiligestadt Verlag”, “Agenda” e “Tactus Fugit”. Among the compositions those were awarded a prize in some competition we want to remember: “MENSURA” for orchestra, awarded in the International Composer Competition of Vienna (1991), “CIRCLES”, finalist score in the competition summoned by the E.U. in 1998 for a large sinfonic orchestra composition, performed during the inauguration cerimony of the new Emicicle of the Parliament of Strasburgo, “ELEGIA” for trumpet, awarded in the 4° International Composer Competition “A. di Martino” – Napoli (2000) Tr-IO for clarinet, cello and piano, awarded in the 1° International Composer Competition “Oggidiane” – Pescara (2003), Redroom for string quartet, finalist in the International Composer Competition “Contemporaneamente” Torino (2006). In 1994 he took part, as a composer, in the 1° national meeting on Electronic Music “La Terra Fertile”, sponsorized by the Ministry of Education where he also took care of the sound direction during the performances. From February to May 1996 he has been musical assistent to the TV director for the Telecom Italia Concerts (RAI 3). He has been jury member in many important Internazional Music Competitions. In 1998 he winned the X Edition of “Gran Premio Internazionale Centumcellae” – music section. He conducted three polyfonic choirs: “Novarmonia” from 1985 till 1991, “Kantor” from 1996 to 2000 and “Ars Antiqua” from 1997 till 2000, with which had an intense concerts activity. He has been a teacher in the Conservatories of Music of L’Aquila, Milano, Venezia, Brescia, Piacenza and Terni. Today he is Conductor of the Music Ensemble of the University of L’Aquila, Guest Director of the Philarmonia Orchestra of Lugansk (UKR), and Music Director of the Sinphonic Orchestra of Civitavecchia.



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