Gabriele C. Vanoni
Gabriele Vanoni was born in Milan. After a few international experiences as a very young composer, he started his musical studies at the Conservatory of Milan, where he graduated in Piano and Composition. He continued his education with a Ph.D. in Music Composition at Harvard University, under the guidance of Julian Anderson, Chaya Czernowin and Hans Tutschku.
His music has been performed in several prestigious venues and festivals, such as Carnegie Hall (Weill Hall), Biennale di Venezia, ManiFeste, Moscow Conservatory, Royaumont Voix Nouvelles, June in Buffalo, IRCAM, Wellesley Composers Conference, NYU, BIT Teatergarasjen in Bergen and Accademia Chigiana di Siena, among many others. Likewise, various soloists and ensembles have now been involved in performing his music, including members of the Ensemble Intercontemporain, San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, Talea Ensemble, Moscow Studio for New Music Ensemble, Ensemble L’arsenale, Mario Caroli, Diotima Quartet, Les Cris de Paris, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, and many more. Besides his activity as a composer, Gabriele Vanoni served as the artistic director and founder of Suggestioni, a festival of Italian Music in United States, and holds a degree in Business for the Arts, Culture and Communication at Bocconi University.
He is currently Assistant Professor in Composition at Berklee College of Music. Recent and upcoming commissions include a piece for Ensemble Parallax and a recording project with flutist Orlando Cela. He lives with his wife and children in the Boston area.