Guido Gavazzi musician
He has a diploma in Piano and Music Education, a Certificate for the Dalcroze Society U.K. and studied conducting, composition and orchestration for film music.
He composes music for theatre, television (TV series, documentaries, short films, trailers), video-games and the web in general.
Very committed to the field of music didactics, he has taught in all grades of schools. He currently directs the Amadeus school, he is a teacher at the 'G. Nicolini' Conservatory of Piacenza of 'Ensemble Music Practice' and 'Music Pedagogy', and at the 'O. Respighi' Conservatory of Piacenza of a course in Dalcroze Rhythmics. He collaborates with various schools and holds refresher courses for teachers on the Jaques-Dalcroze methodology and on Piano Teaching.
He is music-examiner for Trinity College of London with numerous tours in Italy and abroad (Europe, Asia and Africa).
As a composer, he expresses himself in a variety of situations: chamber music, symphonic music, video and theatre, sometimes combining traditional and electronic instruments. His music is used in numerous productions (concert, theatre, television, film and web).
Among his music:
Canto decimonono, for clarinet in Bb, clarinet in Eb and pianoforte
Canzoniere per Borges, a collection of twelve poems by Italian poets, edited by Sangiuliano, for soprano, narrator and orchestra. This work was officially unveiled in Buenos Aires, at the headquarters of SADE (Sociedad Argentina de Escritores), on the occasion of the official celebrations for the centenary of the birth of Jorge Luis Borges.
Cut - One year in Berlin and two hairdressers, music for the documentary film presented in Berlin, written and directed by Therese Ulrich
Cross paths, for bassoon, vibraphone, tom and synthesizer
Flowers, for string orchestra
Everything you can imagine is real, music bought by "OCEANWAVE PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT LLC" based in Buffalo WY USA, for their film production
Inferno Rome, music for the video by photographer Mino La Franca and screened in Rome, New York and Mumbai.
In search of impossible, music bought by "Worldview Weekend" based in Tennessee USA, for their film production "Sabotage"
Io e Carver, music for the documentary directed by Tommaso Avati and Yozo Tokuda, shot in the United States and produced and published by Minimum Fax, Rome
I.Q., short film directed by Yozo Tokuda
L'Ego, musical comedy with lyrics by D. Barbonetti
Mater Matuta, for violin
Notte grigia sul mare, for guitar and violin
Simul, for orchestra
Solo andata, music for the play directed by D. Barbonetti with texts by Erri De Luca
to ArP rav, for flute, bassoon, vibraphone and cello
The Tempest, music composed for the musical based on the play by William Shakespeare with adaptation by D. Barbonetti
Three poems by Sangiuliano for soprano and string orchestra
Unfinished Awakenings, for string orchestra
Uomini e Animali, poem for guitar, clarinet in Bb and narrator, with txts by H. Boll, H. Hemingway, E. Montale, L. Pirandello and H. Pontoppidam.
He has published numerous books, including:
10 Pezzi facili (music for piano) published with Poliedizioni Musicali, Marina di Massa;
Canzoniere per Borges (twelve poems by Italian poets, for soprano, narrator and orchestra) published with Campanotto Editore, Pasian di Prato (UD);
Cori Parlati a 2 e 3 voci, published with Ed. Tre-a-Trino, Albano (RM);
Filastrocche di Animali, published with Ed. Tre-a-Trino, Albano (RM);
fun & play - method for the Dalcroze piano, which he was invited to present at the 38th International EPTA Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. ibook published on i-Tunes and Amazon. Book in Italian, English and Chinese;
I Giorni della Fenice (anthology of Mediterranean poetry with music for chamber orchestra) published with edizioni Florida, Campoverde di Aprilia (LT).
Le musiche dei bambini (music for piano) published with Gruppo Editoriale Jorillo, Aprilia (LT);
Le nebbie parlanti (opera for choir, piano, Orff instruments and backing tracks)), published with Ed. Tre-a-Trino, Albano (RM);
Un flauto, lo strumentario Orff e 5 note! (pieces of progressive difficulty for the study of the recorder), published with Ed. Tre-a-Trino, Albano (RM);