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Elisabetta Brusa

Elisabetta Brusa

Elisabetta Brusa


Elisabetta Olga Laura Brusa (born April 3, 1954) is an Italian composer. Brusa was born in Milan, and as a child wrote 32 piano pieces. At the Milan Conservatory she formally studied composition with Bruno Bettinelli, (who also taught famous Italian conductors like Claudio Abbado and Riccardo Muti) and Azio Corghi, graduating in 1980. She then taught Composition at the Conservatorios of Vicenza, Mantova and Brescia before arriving at the Conservatorio of Milan in 1985. Read more on Last.fm
Elisabetta Olga Laura Brusa (born April 3, 1954) is an Italian composer. Brusa was born in Milan, and as a child wrote 32 piano pieces. At the Milan Conservatory she formally studied composition with Bruno Bettinelli, (who also taught famous Italian conductors like Claudio Abbado and Riccardo Muti) and Azio Corghi, graduating in 1980. She then taught Composition at the Conservatorios of Vicenza, Mantova and Brescia before arriving at the Conservatorio of Milan in 1985. She also received instruction from Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Hans Keller. She appeared on the Young Italian Composers television programme in 1983.[1] After winning first prize at the Washington International Competition for Composition for String Quartet in 1982, she was awarded the Fromm Fellowship and the Fulbright Fellowship the next year to follow the Composition classes at the Tanglewood Music Center and three Fellowships from the MacDowell Colony later in the decade.

In 1997 she married the conductor Gilberto Serembe. Currently she is best known for her orchestral works recorded in two volumes on the Naxos Records label. She is often inspired by works of Literature and Art as well as of Music of all ages but the latter are never quoted or imitated in her works. These include the tone poem Florestan, based on the Florestan side of Robert Schumann's personality; the Nittemero Symphony, inspired by ancient Greek astronomy; the tone poem Messidor, which alludes strongly to (without actually quoting) Felix Mendelssohn's incidental music to A Midsummer Night's Dream (the work is dedicated to her husband), a Fanfare, an "Adagio", "Firelights", a "Requiescat" and "Favole", all of which for orchestras of different sizes, among other works. Brusa describes her musical style as "close to Neo-Tonality and in particular to Neo-Romanticism, but in the original sense of the word, which is nowadays often confusedly assimilated to other ones," and her harmony as "essentially pandiatonic with panchromatic moments." Her music has been performed by the BBC Philharmonic, CBC Vancouver Orchestra, St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, Women's Philharmonic of San Francisco, to name just a few. Read more on Last.fm.

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