Andrea Mannucci ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

He studied piano, composition and conducting at the conservatory of Parma with Maestros Piero Guarino, Antonello Allemandi and Camillo Togni.
As pianist he won several competitions including the sixth edition of the competition "Pina Avagliano" of Messina. Crucial to his musical imprint is the meeting with Aldo Clementi who introduced him to the Festival Pontino 86 with Sextet for strings .
He won also several composition competitions including Sommerliche Musiktage Hitzacker - Belvoir Castle - Viotti in Vercelli.
He Participated in some of the most important exhibitions and festivals of contemporary music: New Consonance Rome - Music In Our Time Milano - Festival Music of Today - Present Music Milan - Music 9OO 'Cremona - New Trajectories Parma - Concetgebouw Amsterdam - Rotterdam de Unie - Muziekcentrum Vredenburg - Tage Neuer Chamber Braunschweig etc..
His music is published by the publishing house Suvini Zerboni / Sugar Music of Milan, in his major works:
- Notturno musical farce in one act text Balilla Pratella,
- Il Sipario dell'Anima (The curtain of the Soul)
story in music (ballet) by "The Sorrows of Young Werther" by Goethe
- il Principe felice (The happy Prince) news in music of Oscar Wilde,
- IL Cuoco Fellone (Cook felon) comic opera in two acts, text by Marco Ongaro
- Kiki de Montparnasse one-act opera on a text by Marco Ongaro. 's work was written and dedicated to soprano Lucie Mouscadet.
- Moro opera in one act, text by Marco Ongaro, music for soloists, chorus and orchestra.

He is teaching composition at the Conservatory "Dall'Abaco" in Verona where in 2004 he established the master-studium of "film music" composition and "multimedia" composition.
He is the artistic director of "Ned Ensemble", instrumental and vocal group for new music, conducting the world premiere performance of important pieces by famous Italian composers such as Ennio Morricone, Giacomo Manzoni, Aldo Clementi.< br> For the cinema, Mannucci wrote the music for the film "The cruelty of the angel " and "Damned", directed by Gianluca Clerics and medium-length film "There is no one more" by director Dario Marzola.

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