Carlo Elia Praderio

Composer

Carlo Elia Praderio

Carlo Elia Praderio

Composer

Carlo Elia Praderio
About

Composer, sound artist, mallets designer

Carlo Elia Praderio (Varese, 1993) is an Italian composer and sound artist.  His interest in plastic and performing arts has deeply influenced his musical approach based on the physical contact between performer and instrument, and the friction between the sound-bodies which actively traverse living space and time. 

He studied composition at the Conservatory of Milan with G. Manca (110/110 summa cum laude and Menzione Speciale Rancati) and at CNSM Paris with S. Gervasoni, Y. Maresz, L. Naon, G, Lorieux (Mention Très Bien à l’unanimité avec félicitations du jury and Prix de composition de la Fondation Salabert 2021).

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11 March 2023

Philharmonie de Paris, FR

NeW WOrk

for six instruments - WP
Commissioned by Ensemble Multilatérale and Philharmonie de Paris

6 May 2022

Märkisches Museum Witten, DE 

indurre

for 10 instruments (2019) - Live premiere
IEMA Ensemble 2021/22 at Newcomer Konzert,
Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik

26 March 2022

Altes Pfandhaus, Köln, DE

sorgenti

version for saxophone, timpani and piano (2022) - WP
Trio Abstrakt at EDGES

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12 January 2022

Brick 5
Wien, AU

Graffiocielo

for four instruments (2020)
Airborne Extended at PRISM

14 October 2021

Conservatorio di Mantova, IT

focolai

for five instruments (2019)
Ensemble Suono Giallo at Mantova Musica del XXI Secolo

23 September 2021

Conservatoire de Paris, FR

Dirupo

for 21 instruments (2021) - WP
Ensemble Multilatérale and Léo Warynski at Prix de composition

Carlo Elia Praderio received the “Prix de composition la Fondation Salabert 2021” for “Dirupo”, for 21 instruments. The piece was premiered by the ensemble Multilatérale conducted by Léo Warynski, the 23th September 2021, for the “Prix de composition” of Conservatoire de Paris.

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In progress, solo, chamber music, ensemble, orchestra, electronic music.. 

focolai

for five instruments (2019)
duration: 11’
instrumentation: flute, sax, percussion, piano, cello or double bass
first performance: Città di castello, 21 July 2019

brecce

for string trio (2020)
duration: 10’
instrumentation: violin, viola, cello
first performance: Paris, 27 January 2021

Graffiocielo

for four instruments (2020)
duration: 7’
instrumentation: flute, paetzold, harp, harpsichord
first performance: Salzburg, 28 October 2021

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