Silvia Lanzalone

Silvia Lanzalone (Salerno 1970), flutist and composer, is oriented towards experimentation and research into new expressive and linguistic solutions, using computer technology to process sound in real time. Recently her interest is focused on the composition of pieces characterized by improvisation and a gestural component, combined with interactive instruments and sound installations. Her works are often produced with the collaboration of instrumentalists, dancers, film directors, actors and visual art performers. Silvia Lanzalone won the ‘Quarant’anni nel 2000’ International Prize of Composition in 2000, the ‘Franco Evangelisti International Prize of Composition’ in 2006, and a grant from the ‘C. M. Lerici Foundation’ for a research project at the KTH - Royal Institute of Technology of Stockholm, Department of Speech, Music and Hearing in 2010. She wrote articles for specialist magazines and gave lectures and masterclasses on Electronic Music and New Technologies, as well as talks for several international conventions. Her compositions have been performed in national and international festivals: she teaches Electronic Music at the Conservatory ‘G.Martucci’ of Salerno.

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