http://in-sonora.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/scordato_photo-wpcf_649x446.jpg

Bio

Julian Scordato estudió Composición y Música Electrónica en el Conservatorio Musical de Venecia. Sus obras electroacústicas y audiovisuales han sido elegidas en concursos internacionales y han sido interpretados en festivales prestigiosos en Europa, Asia, y los EEUU. Entre estas están Biennale di Venezia, Festival 5 Giornate (Milan), Electronic Arts and Music Festival (Miami), EMUfest (Rome), Re-New Digital Arts Festival (Copenhagen), Gaudeamus Music Week (Utrecht), Siren Festival (Gothenburg), Deep Wireless Festival (Montreal), Festival Internacional de Música Electroacústica Punto de Encuentro (Valencia, Granada and Canaries), Sonorities Festival (Belfast), Seoul International Computer Music Festival, Art & Science Days (Tours, Bourges and Orleans), CCRMA Transitions (Stanford), Muestra Internacional de Música Electroacústica MUSLAB (Mexico City), Di_stanze Community Festival of Sound Arts (Leeds and Padova) and KcEMA (Kansas City).
Como orador/escritor, Scortado participó en conferencias: Colloquium on Music Informatics, Sound and Music Computing Conference, European Sound Studies Association Conference and Invisible Places Sounding Cities, presentando sistemas de interpretación interactiva y proyectos relacionado a ecológico acústico y diseño.
Su música ha sido presentado en Italia y fuera (RAI Radio3, NAISA Webcast, RadioCemat, Radio Papesse y Radio UNAM). Ars Publica y Taukay Edizioni Musicali han publicados sus partituras.

ENG/

Julian Scordato studied Composition and Electronic Music at the Venice Conservatory of Music.

His electroacoustic and audiovisual works have been selected in international competitions and performed in prestigious festivals in Europe, Asia and America. Among these are Biennale di Venezia, Festival 5 Giornate (Milan), Electronic Arts and Music Festival (Miami), EMUfest (Rome), Re-New Digital Arts Festival (Copenhagen), Gaudeamus Music Week (Utrecht), Siren Festival (Gothenburg), Deep Wireless Festival (Montreal), Festival Internacional de Música Electroacústica Punto de Encuentro (Valencia, Granada and Canaries), Sonorities Festival (Belfast), Seoul International Computer Music Festival, Art & Science Days (Tours, Bourges and Orleans), CCRMA Transitions (Stanford), Muestra Internacional de Música Electroacústica MUSLAB (Mexico City), Di_stanze Community Festival of Sound Arts (Leeds and Padova) and KcEMA (Kansas City).

As a speaker/author, Scordato participated in conferences including the Colloquium on Music Informatics, Sound and Music Computing Conference, European Sound Studies Association Conference and Invisible Places Sounding Cities, presenting interactive performance systems and projects related to acoustic ecology and design.

His music has been broadcast in Italy and abroad (RAI Radio3, NAISA Webcast, RadioCemat, Radio Papesse and Radio UNAM). Ars Publica and Taukay Edizioni Musicali have published his scores.