Paolo_GeminianiBorn: 1960
Country of origin: Italy

Studied in composition, electronic music, choral music and choral conducting, band instrumentation at the conservatoires of Bologna and Modena. He has undertaken advanced study under Franco Donatoni, Alessandro Solbiati, Adriano Guarnieri and Alvise Vidolin. He has won and received commendations at various competitions including: 1st prize: Rosolino Toscano (1999), Reggello International Festival (2004), Counterpoint International Competition (2013 & 2011),15th Città di Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto (2013), SuonoSonda (2013), Daegu Contemporary Music Orchestra (2007 call for scores) Festival Camino Contro Corrente “Atti Vandalici” (2013 call for scores); 2nd prize: Valentino Bucchi Prize (2001 & 2008), Pierre Schaeffer (2003), A. Manoni Senigallia (2013), Città di Barletta (2001-2003-2005-2006-2007), Italy Percussion Competition sez. Composizione (2013); 3rd prize: Gustav Mahler (2000), Egidio Carella (2010), A.Gi.Mus. Varenna (2001), San Rossore (2011), Assisi Suono Sacro (2011) Paolo Barsacchi (1998) special mention: IBLA Grand Prize (2011), Romualdo Marenco (2011), Suoni di legno (2010), Savona (2000-2004-2006), Orzinuovi (2000), BIMESP (2001), Valentino Bucchi Prize (1999 & 2000) finalist: Togni (2004), Città di Udine (2010), IBLA Grand Prize (2005-2006-2007).
Some scores published in Italy by Agenda, Sconfinarte. Ut Orpheus, Ars Publica, TEM-Taukay, Musicaurea and put on air from RAI RadioTre, RadioCemat, Koper Capodistria, Slovenia Uno, Radio Taukay an performed at International Contemporary Music Festival Deagu, Lefrak hall-Queen College of New York and Steinway Hall NYC, Columbus State University, Guitar Festival of Lipica, Hagi Origami Museum Japan, and in Italy: Risuonanze Festival, Nuovi Orizzonti Sonori, Oltre il Contemporaneo, 3 Quarti d’ora di Musica Bologna, Sulle ali del Novecento, Festival dell’Arte Contemporanea-La Settimana del Contemporaneo Faenza, Sagra Musicale Ambrosiana, Milano: Cinque Giornate, Tempo Reale, Cluster–Compositori Europei Lucca, and performed by Linda Wetherill, Antonella Bini, Duo Novecembalo, Chiara Urli, Tiziano Cantoni, D’Antonio-Montanari, Ensemble Suono Sacro, Daniele Proni, Ensemble Filomusia, Daegu Contemporary Music Orchestra, Dedalo Ensemble, Uroboros Ensemble: Italy, Slovenia, UK, South Corea, Japan, USA.
Actually teaching in Bari (Italy), Conservatorio “N. Piccinni”.

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Title: Le memorie silenti, for flute
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Page: 6
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Title: Quartet n°2, for string quartet
Cat.No.: MA 0010250
Page: 19
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