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Berio

(Italian ˈberjo)
n
(Biography) Luciano (luˈtʃano). 1925–2003, Italian composer, living in the US, noted esp for works that exploit instrumental and vocal timbre and technique
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He inspired and premiered over 100 pieces and formed long-standing artistic partnerships withsuch prominent composers as Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Prokofiev, Henri Dutilleux, Witold Lutoslawski, Olivier Messiaen, Luciano Berio, Krzysztof Penderecki, Alfred Schnittke, Norbert Moret, Andreas Makris and Benjamin Britten.
Join us for world premieres by Lynne Plowman, Sarah Lianne Lewis & Carlijn Metselaar, alongside an eclectic mix of 20th-century and contemporary classics - from Stravinsky and Berio, to John Woolrich and Huw Watkins.
This February, she sung Luciano Berio's Folk Songs cycle, accompanied by the Brno Philharmonic.
Waverly, Nova Scotia-born soprano Barbara Hannigan won this year's Grammy for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album with this eclectic mix of Luciano Berio, Alban Berg and George Gershwin, a testament to her remarkable versatility as singer, conductor and arranger, as well as (according to the CD booklet's fine print) co-sound editor and translator.
It represents a high number of luminaries of contemporary music of the period, including George Crumb, Luciano Berio, Charles Wuorinen, Elliott Carter, Aaron Copland, Sylvano Bussotti, Giacinto Scelsi, Morton Feldman, and John Cage, as well as lesser-known figures whose representation here may be even more unique.
His book, Explosions in November, describes the origins of the festival from a small-scale event to one that was able to attract major composers such as John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Luciano Berio. Audiences and performers come from around the world and BBC Radio 3 broadcasts many of the concerts.
She has performed under the baton of Luciano Berio, who considered her his favourite singer for his Folk Songs, as well as that of Valery Gergiev and others.
The more popular stalls were Shakespeare's Lounge, Chatthas, Wilton products and Fillippo Berio, which is an olive oil company from Italy.
But in 1986, Italian composer Luciano Berio, perhaps aware of the dearth of late-romantic wind concertos, arranged for clarinet and orchestra the earlier composer's F-minor clarinet-and-piano sonata.
Bach and Mozart); Romantic Favorites (Schubert, Doppler and Reinecke); Belle Epoque legacies of the Conservatoire (Goddard, Faure, Chaminade, Enesco, Gaubert and Hiie); Heralds of a New Era (Debussy and Roussel), Twentieth Century Concertos (Nielsen and Ibert); Midcentury Solo and Chamber Masterpieces (Hindemith, Varese, Martin, Prokofiev, Dutilleux, Jolivet, Martinu, Messiaen, Poulenc and Berio); and American Contributions (Griffes, Burton, Bloch, La Montaine, Muczynski and Copland).