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Mattia Parisse (*1998), studied electronic music at the Conservatory of Perugia with Simone Pappalardo and Angelo Benedetti (110/110 summa cum laude).   

Creates electroacoustic music compositions and performances, interactive sound installations and augmented musical instruments.

He is interested in the new and unconventional digital sound production techniques as well in the design and self-constructive research of instruments and their relationship with the technological medium.

Currently Computer Music professor at the L. Marenzio Conservatory in Brescia (Italy). 

Selected composer by “La Biennale di Venezia” for the Biennale College Music 2024 for the electronic music category. 

Winner of the XVI Premio Nazionale delle Arti; Winner of Prize "Teresa Rampazzi "for the XXIII CIM (Colloquio di Informatica Musicale); Winner of the "Premio Rotonda" of the city of Livorno

His works have been selected in important international conferences such as: Harvard University Department of Music. “Instruments, Interfaces, Infrastructures: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Musical Media.”;  ICMC 2022 (International Computer Music Conference; SMC 2023 Sound & Music Computing Conference; SC2022 (Conference Sonic Cartography 2022) etc


Has worked with composers, instrumentalists and ensembles such as: Stefano Gervasoni, Giulia Lorusso, Maurizio Azzan, Carlo Elia Praderio, Opificio Sonoro and many others. 

His music has been performed at international festivals and events such as CUVO Festival 2021 (Madrid) Festival SIIDS2020 (Sound, Image and Interaction Design Symposium - Madeira, Portogallo), Festival ArteScienza 2021 (Roma - CRM- Centro Festival Artescienza 2021 (Rome - CRM- Centro Ricerche Musicali - Goethe Institut Rom), Orizzonti Festival 2021 (Perugia), Festival AiMaako 2021 (Chile), IDKF 2021 (Stuttgart), Simultan Festival 2021 (Romania), Festival Ecos Urbanos 2021 (Mexico City), ICMC 2022 (International Computer Music Conference , University of Limerick, Ireland ) Supersonique Festival 2022 (Marseille), SC2022 (Conference Sonic Cartography 2022) - University of Kent, 59° Festival Nuova Consonanza – Roma and many other. 


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