Vittorio FellegaraPlay all audio recordings
Born in Milan on 4 November 1927, he undertook his musical studies at a very young age, graduating in composition in 1951 at the "Giuseppe Verdi" Conservatory in Milan with Luciano Chailly,  after having attended university courses in mathematics and physics. Attended, from 1955 to 1956, the "Ferienkurse fur neue Musik" in Darmstadt, he was secretary of the Roman Philharmonic Academy from 1956 to 1959 and from 1960 to 2004 of the Italian Society of Contemporary Music (SIMC) from which he was awarded, in first International Composition Competition, for his Requiem in Madrid. He was appointed Academic by the University of Sciences, Letters and Arts of Bergamo and received a special prize for culture from the Interkoncert Society of Budapest. He taught at the Niccolò Paganini Conservatory in Genoa and, from 1960 until 1998, at the "Gaetano Donizetti" Musical Institute in Bergamo . In this city he was the creator, with Pieralberto Cattaneo, and artistic director of the "European Encounters with Music" review since 1982. He was named a worthy citizen of the Orobic city and awarded a gold medal for 38 years of teaching. The International Competition of Composition and Execution for Guitar "Pittaluga" in Alessandria (which had him numerous times in the jury), awarded him the "Golden Guitar" in 2002.
Since 2013 an International Composition Competition has been dedicated to him, which in 2017 was renewed in the Vittorio Fellegara Prize for the best musicological research, in collaboration with the NOMUS association, with an award ceremony and concert at the Museo del Novecento in Milan.
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Voices and Instruments
Dies Irae per coro misto e strumenti su testo di F. Garcia Lorca (1959)
Requiem di Madrid per coro misto e orchestra su testo di F. Garcia Lorca (1958)
Soloist (Instrument or Voice) and Real Time Electronics
Concerto per orchestra (1952)