|Occupation||Composer, Musicologist, Teacher|
Domenico Giannetta (1974) Italian composer and musicologist.
In his catalogue there are works for stage, orchestra, chamber ensembles, solo instruments, solo voices and chorus. He has received different awards in important national and international competitions for composers.
Giannetta’s works have been performed in different countries (Italy, Germany, France, Czech Republic, U.S.A., Canada, Australia, Japan, Brazil and Columbia) by important ensembles (Quintetto Bibiena, Atem Sax Quartet, Tetraktis-percussioni, MusicAttuale String Quartet, Ensemble Antidogma, DolciAure Consort, New York Miniaturist Ensemble, Trio Kletzmer and Trio Agosto), by orchestras (Philharmonia Mediterranea, Orchestra della Provincia di Catanzaro 'La Grecìa', Camerata Europaea and The Bourbaki Ensemble, conducted by Daniele Agiman, Luigi De Filippi, Maria Makraki and David Angell), and by soloists as Francesco Manara, Emanuele Arciuli, Enzo Caroli, Sandro Meo, Stefania Scolastici, Francesco Zingariello, Anna Daniela Sestito and Gabriella Corsaro.
In 2007 Giannetta published 'I Nocturnes di Claude Debussy: uno studio analitico', a detailed analysis of the three orchestral Nocturnes by Debussy, including discussion of aspects of modes, melody, rhythm, formal construction and more (LIM - Libreria Musicale Italiana - ISBN: 9788870964974).
In 2008-2009 he wrote his first opera 'Maria Olivares', for soli, choir and orchestra, performed at the 'A.Rendano' Opera Theatre of Cosenza (Italy).
He is teacher of Harmony and Analysis at the 'U.Giordano' Conservatory of Music in Foggia (Italy).