Silvia Lanzalone

Musical assistant


Silvia Lanzalone (Salerno, Italy, 1970).

She graduated in Flute performance, Composition and Electronic Music from the Salerno, L’Aquila and Rome Conservatoires.
She has realized electroacoustic and audiovisual works, augmented instruments, interactive sound installations.
Prize ‘Quarant’anni nel 2000’ (CEMAT, 2000); Prize ‘Franco Evangelisti’ (Nuova Consonanza, 2006); Grant at KTH of Stockholm (Lerici Foundation, 2009); CD Call ‘Punti di Ascolto n° 6’ (CEMAT, 2013); Commission Radio Vaticana (Rome, 2015).
Specialist books and magazines: Organized Sound - International Journal of Music and Technology, Syrinx, Music@, Equipeco, Le arti del suono, and Utet Università.
Lectures, masterclasses, and talks during international conventions: CIM - Colloquium on Musical Informatics, UCM - Understanding and Creating Music, NIME - New Interfaces for Musical Expression, EAW - Electroacoustic Winds. Her works have been published by Ars Publica, Taukay, and Suvini Zerboni, and have been performed both in national and international festivals.
Since 1997 she has been working at CRM – Centro Ricerche Musicali (Rome) as a composer and researcher.
Since 2009 she is the Head of the Department of New Technologies and New Languages and professor of Electronic Composition at the ‘G. Martucci' Conservatoire of Salerno.