Carlo Elia Praderio is the winner of the "Prix de composition de la Fondation Salabert 2021" with the composition "Dirupo," for 21 instruments, premiered by the ensemble Multilatérale directed by Léo Warynski,
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 (110/110 summa cum laude and Menzione Speciale Rancati) and at the Conservatory of Paris (CNSMDP) where he graduated with the “Mention Très Bien avec félicitations du jury”. His teachers include S. Gervasoni, G. Manca, Y. Maresz, L. Naon, G. Lorieux and M. Azzan. He participates at Opus#1 at Royaumont with Th. Lacôte and H. Robbe.
His music has been programmed in festivals and venues such as Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik, Festival de Royaumont, Festival Transart of Bolzano, Festival CrossRoads at the Mozarteum Salzburg, Brick 5 of Wien, Der MaiHof of Luzern, Teatro Carcano of Milan, Teatro Coccia of Novara, Mantova Musica del XXI Secolo, Festival Exitime of FontanaMIX Ensemble, Salle Remy Pflimlin and Espace Maurice-Fleuret of CNSM de Paris, Sala Verdi of the Milan Conservatory, Fermo Conservatory and has been broadcast on WDR 3 radio.
He collaborate with ensembles and soloistis such as Ensemble Intercontemporain (D. Tosi J. Stulz, E.-M. Couturier), IEMA Ensemble, Schallfeld Ensemble, Airborne Extended, ensemble Suono Giallo, Divertimento Ensemble, mdi ensemble, Orchestra of the Milan Conservatory, DAI Contemporain (with A. Belugou) Raffaele Marsicano, Carlo Sampaolesi, Mattia Parisse and conductors such us Leonhard Garms, Sandro Gorli, Marc Hajjar, Alexander Sinan Binder, Deun Lee, among others.
Since 2022 he teaches harmony and analysis at the Potenza Conservatory (IT).
The upcoming project includes a new piece for trombone and electronics for Raffaele Marsicano at Sound of Wonder, a new sextet commissioned by Ensemble Multilatérale and Philharmonie de Paris, among others.