Max Fuschetto

Max Fuschetto is an oboist, saxophonist, composer and live electronics…

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    Max Fuschetto is an oboist, saxophonist, composer and live electronics performer graduated at Benevento ‘s Conservatory Nicola Sala. He spent several years studying the classical and contemporary repertoire, both as a soloist in “small” and “large” ensemble. He collaborates with Teatro San Carlo, Orchestra Nuova Scarlatti, and the Little Orchestra of Emilia Romagna among others. In 1993 he perfromed at the Arab World Festival in the Roman theather of Carthage with the Tunisian singer Lotfi Bouchnak. During these years he explored many different musical languages as popular music, classical music of the twentieth century, Jazz, sub-Saharian African music, Balinese gamelan, composing Overture for Koyaanisqatsi for string quartet and electronics and Fase Rem, for soprano and electronics, awarded at the festival Doppio Sogno, Villa Pignatelli, Neaples. In 2004, he consolidates the collaboration with the group of Percussioni Ketoniche with FishingSong (Compositori a confronto, Reggio Emilia in 2005) and Nuragas (2010), a piece for 22 bells reworked in 2014 in a version with live electronics. In 2005 relased, with Girolamo De Simone, the CD Frontiere (Konsequenz) an original rewriting of Ryuichi Sakamoto, Brian Eno and Michael Nyman music. In 2006 he writes Popular games for Cello Solo in the execution of Silvano Maria Fusco. In 2009 he published the CD Popular Games (for Hanagoorimusic / Konsequenz) reviewed by Il Giornale della Musica, Republic, Alias, The Daily, Rockerilla, Jam, InSound, EQUIPèCO, Slowcult, Music on TNT. In 2012 he realizes Midsommar inspired the novel by Monica Mazzitelli. He also collaborated with the American composer Robert Carl, the Tenores of Bitti “Remunnu and Locu”, Mauro Bortolotti, Andrea Chimenti, Percussioni Ketoniche and and the writer Maurizio De Giovanni. Sùn Ná (2015) is his last album, described as the most interesting original composer in the contemporary Italian scene. Sùn Ná has been broadcasted by Rai radio 3 at Alza il Volume conducted by Valerio Corzani and reviewed by Blow Up, Onda Rock, Alias by the Manifesto, Rockerilla, Raropiù, La Repubblica He then wins with “Iris, a Paul Klee”, the International Award for audiovisual compositions Marzio Rosi.

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    website: www.maxfuschetto.eu
    referent: Max Fuschetto (+39 3398346352)
    email: maxfuschetto@gmail.com

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