Maurizio Azzan

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Born in 1987, Maurizio Azzan studied composition at Conservatory of Milan (with A. Solbiati), at Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (with F. Durieux and Y. Maresz), at IRCAM and with Salvatore Sciarrino. He has received a bachelor and a master in Philology and Ancient Literature from the University of Turin.
 
His interest in visual and performing arts, as well as in ancient and contemporary literature, has deeply influenced his concept of music as a dynamic space-time network, in which instability is the pivoting existential condition.
Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

Symphony Orchestra


Breaking walls down per orchestra (2019)

Chamber Ensemble (5 - 9 instruments)


Wasteland apparent emptiness per ensemble e amplificazione ad libitum (2017)
Of other spaces per cinque strumenti spazializzati (2017)
Wasteland almost a landscape per violino, viola e ensemble amplificato (2016)
Finding a tangency per ensemble (2015)

Music and Dance


UMANO(DIS)UMANO per due danzatori, ensemble e elettronica (2014)
Breaking walls down per orchestra (2019)
Finding a tangency per ensemble (2015)
Of other spaces per cinque strumenti spazializzati (2017)
UMANO(DIS)UMANO per due danzatori, ensemble e elettronica (2014)
Wasteland almost a landscape per violino, viola e ensemble amplificato (2016)
Wasteland apparent emptiness per ensemble e amplificazione ad libitum (2017)