Fabrizio Rosso

born in Torino (Italy) October 11, 1969


Fabrizio Rosso, is musician and director. He studied music at the conservatories of Torino, Zürich and Lugano. After having realized some theatrical and cinematographic works as self-taught, he attended the courses of film direction at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles (US).

He collaborated with Karlheinz Stockhausen on several projects including the first ever execution and the recording of Sonntags-Abschied, the last piece of the LICHT cycle Operas. In 2006 he created, together with singer Luisa Castellani, and percussionist Luca Congedo, the show The Wonderful Spring which was put on at the Piccolo Teatro of Milano.

He created projects and performances in various European theaters and contexts, including: Venice Biennale, Berliner Festspiele, Hangar Bicocca Milano, Teatro Manzoni Bologna, LAC Lugano, Kunstmuseum Basel.

The theatrical performance The Extravagancia #0, starring Anahì Traversi, was selected for Schweizer Theatertreffen 2015 and the dance performance La Forme de l'Ame was selected for Modern Body Festival 2016 The Haugue, Holland.

His filmography includes the short films Slowly, otherwise it will be late (2013), New Incessantly Endless (2013), NO (2017), Hidden Eyes (2018), El Topo de Famas (in progress), the documentary Caosmofonia (2014), the video installations Aliens Waiting Program (2010), Nerone for my eyes (2017), Five Portraits of Alice (2019) and the video clips Angel Madness (2019), Anatomies of Water (2020).

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