An Italian composer born March 30, 1962.
Born into a family of musicians, Andrea Liberovici studied the violin, viola and composition at the conservatories of Venice and Turin. He also followed drama classes at the school of the Teatro Stabile in Genoa and singing classes with Cathy Berberian.
In 1996, with Edoardo Sanguineti and Ottavia Fusco, he cofounded the Teatro del Suono, dedicated to the experimentation of new relationships between music, poetry, the stage and means of diffusion. Many music theatre works saw the light of day in this way: Rap (1996), Sonetto (1997), Macbeth remix (1998, revised in 2016). A transdisciplinary creative artiste, Liberovici devised the text, the music and the stage direction of Faust’s Box, a show by Helga Davis, Bob Wilson, Ennio Ranaboldo and the ensemble Ars Nova (2016). He has written for prestigious performers and festivals: Frankenstein Cabaret, premiered at the festival Les Musiques in Marseilles (2001); Cunegonde's last journey to Irak, premiered at the festival Archipel in Geneva (2005); From Ivry, music on medium and video, commissioned by the GRM (2005); La trasparenza della parola, cantata for Primo Levi, text by Emilio Jona, music and video by Andrea Liberovici, first performed by the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne (2007); Non a silenzio, first performed by Yuri Bashmet and the Moscow Soloists at La Fenice in Venice (2014); Mavrya for violin and piano, in homage to Martha Argerich and Ivry Gitlis, premiered by Jura and Alissa Margulis at the festival of Lugano (2015); Resonant cities: Venezia for cello and electronics, premiered by Jeffrey Zeigler at the Multiphonies of Ina-GRM (2016).
Liberovici also composes incidental music (Goethe’s Urfaust, 2005; Lo zoo di vetro by Tennessee Williams, with Claudia Cardinale, 2007) as well as music for the radio, television and dance.