Silvia Rosani

Studied Composition in Udine (Italy) with Renato Miani and at Mozarteum University with Reinhard Febel. Moreover, she graduated in Electronic Engineering in Trieste (Italy). To further specialize,she attended masterclasses with Klaus Huber, Juan Lopez Lopez, José Camarero, Brice Pauset, VladimirTarnopolski, Beat Furrer and Salvatore Sciarrino. Her pieces have been played by ensembles at the highestlevels for contemporary music, as the Österreichisches Ensemble für Neue Musik, Zahir Ensemble and Vocal Arts Stuttgart. Silvia Rosani's composition La nube e Issione won the first prize at the “Vocal Arts”composition competition in 2010 and it was performed at the Salzburg Biennale. She also works with electronic music and in 2010 she composed and premiéred a piece for voice and live electronics. Silvia Rosani has, furthermore, a long experience as a choir conductor (“Vox Nova Tergeste“ Vocal Ensemble, Trieste University Choir, Choir of the Lutheran Community of Trieste) and an excellent knowledge of voice brought her to write several pieces with singers. Therefore, in 2010 Klang 21 and ARGEkultur commissioned her a chamber opera, which has been successfully performed between July and August 2011 at ARGEkultur Theatre in Salzburg. She is currently making a PhD in composition at Goldsmiths University in London.