Loredana Arcaro
(Laurino (SA) 1969)


Was born in Laurino (Italy) on July 16th 1969. Graduated in flute with the hightest marks and honours under the guidance of Enrico Renna and in Experimental Composition with Sandro Gorli, Giuseppe Giuliano and Alessandro Melchiorre at the at the Conservatory of music G. Verdi in Milan. She improved with the flautist Anna Maria Morini and at the same time attended, for two years, the Course of Composition at the Civic School of Music of Milan with Franco Donatoni, then she graduated in Electronic Music Composition with Riccardo Sinigaglia at the Conservatory of Music G. Verdi in Milan, improved her composition study with Luca Francesconi.
She pursueding a classical studies at the Genoa University and she got a Degree in Italian Literature and Language, discussing a Thesis about Luigi Pirandello’s Questa sera si recita a soggetto, winner a Pirandello Prize 2005.
She won prizes or was marked out in several competitions: (1° Prize “Concours International de Composition de musique symphonique - Orchestre des Jeunes de la Meditérranée” Aix-en-Provence; 1st Prize in ex equo “Progetto Giovani Compositori” Fondazione Orchestra G. Cantelli and Novecentomusica, 1999; “The Seventh Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology”, Connecticut, 1998; “Gaudeamus Prize”, Amsterdam, 1997; Prize “Valentino Bucchi”, Roma, 1996), have been performed in several Festivals of Europe, and broadcast by italian, holland, swedish and american radios.
Vive at the Accademy of Music G. Verdi in Milan and teacher of Theory at the Conservatory of Music F. Torrefranca in Vibo Valentia.
She is member of AGON - acustica informatica musica, "Centro Studi A. Gentilucci", a center for computer-aided music founded in Milan in 1990, where she works both for his own pieces and as musical assistent.
Now she’s teacher at the International Polytechnic Scientia et Ars in Vibo Valentia (Dipartment New Music Languages).

Nuova Stradivarius Edizioni Musicali s.r.l. - Privacy Policy