Marcello Messina

Marcello Messina

Marcello Messina (born 1982) is a Sicilian composer based in Leeds, UK. He has been taught by Mic Spencer, Ewan Stefani, Stefano Bonilauri and Adam Fergler. His music has been performed by Icarus Ensemble, Trio Atem, Sarah Leonard with Jonathan Gooing and Colin Blamey, Red Note Ensemble, Mikroblech, Sandra Stojanovi, LSTwo, Lauren Redhead, LUUMS Symphony Orchestra, Clare McCaldin with Ian Shaw, Markee Rambo-Hood with Peter Nicholson, and many others. In 2011, he was selected for the European Composers' Professional Development Programme, a project that culminated in the premiere of his piece I supikkjarìi in the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2011: the piece was performed by the Icarus Ensemble and is going to be published by UYMP in 2012. He has been involved in organising concerts and events for the Forum of Composers and Musicians (FOCAM) since 2009.

Biography

Marcello Messina (born 1982) is a Sicilian composer based in Leeds, UK. He has been taught by Mic Spencer, Ewan Stefani, Stefano Bonilauri and Adam Fergler. His music has been performed by Icarus Ensemble, Trio Atem, Sarah Leonard with Jonathan Gooing and Colin Blamey, Red Note Ensemble, Mikroblech, Sandra Stojanovi, LSTwo, Lauren Redhead, LUUMS Symphony Orchestra, Clare McCaldin with Ian Shaw, Markee Rambo-Hood with Peter Nicholson, and many others. In 2011, he was selected for the European Composers' Professional Development Programme, a project that culminated in the premiere of his piece I supikkjarìi in the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2011: the piece was performed by the Icarus Ensemble and is going to be published by UYMP in 2012. He has been involved in organising concerts and events for the Forum of Composers and Musicians (FOCAM) since 2009.

Compilations with this composer

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Zeta Potential

Zeta Potential

Huddersfield Contemporary Records

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