Caterina Di Cecca - Composer Short Bio (English) - Caterina Di Cecca - Composer

CATERINA DI CECCA
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SHORT BIOGRAPHY (English)
 
Caterina Di Cecca is an Italian composer based in Rome.
Her scores have been performed and programmed in nearly twenty countries worldwide (Austria, Belgium, England, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, The Philippines, Ukraine and USA) by renowned ensembles and orchestras such as Neue Vocalsolisten (DE), Alarm Will Sound (US), Musiques Nouvelles (BE), Ensemble Mosaik (DE), Ars Nova Ensemble (FR), Riot Ensemble (UK), Ensemble Échappé (US), Divertimento Ensemble (IT), Ensemble Oerknal! (NL), Ulysses Ensemble, Ensemble Reconsil (AT), Solisti Aquilani (IT), Studio for New Music (RU), Instrumentalists of the Orchestra and Choir of the Teatro Petruzzelli (IT), Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (UK) and Orchestra della Toscana (IT).
She has been selected in about forty international composition competitions and calls for scores, the following are worth mentioning: Open Call “SIAE Classici di Oggi 2018/2019" – Commission for Orchestra, [‘tactus] Young Composers’ Forum of Mons, George Enescu International Composition Competition of Bucharest, Franco Donatoni International Meeting for Young Composers of Milan.
She has received commissions by numerous institutions including Aldeburgh Festival (UK) in cooperation with Ulysses Network, Biennale Musica di Venezia (IT), Ars Nova Ensemble in collaboration with SACEM (FR), “SIAE – Classici di Oggi” in partnership with Orchestra della Toscana (IT), Divertimento Ensemble (IT) supported by Ernst von Siemens Foundation (DE), Fondazione Lirico Sinfonica Petruzzelli e Teatri di Bari (IT), Puccini Festival (IT), German Embassy in Rome (DE) and World Exposition 2015 (IT).
She has been invited as a composer-in-residence in Italy (Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte – 2015) and in the US (Mizzou International Composers Festival – 2022).
Her music is published by Edizioni Suvini Zerboni of Milan.


  

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