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Son of Sergio Liberovici (musician, Torino, 1930–1991) and of Margot Galante Garrone, he studied composition, violin and viola at the Venice and Turin conservatories, acting at the Scuola del Teatro Stabile in Genoa and singing with Cathy Berberian at the International Festival in Montalcino in 1980. As a composer and director, he co-founded the teatrodelsuono (theatre of sound), with the poet Edoardo Sanguineti (librettist of Luciano Berio) and Ottavia Fusco. Over the last decade Liberovici has created more than 35 projects which explore the relationship between music, poetry, theatre and technology in collaboration with such renowned artists as Peter Greenaway, Claudia Cardinale, Aldo Nove, Judith Malina, Vittorio Gassman, Giorgio Albertazzi, Enrico Ghezzi, Ivry Gitlis, Regina Carter. Most recently, his music has been performed by Nouvel Ensemble Moderne (Montreal), Toscanini Orchestra, Teatro Carlo Felice Orchestra and others. This works have also been presented and produced by the landmark cultural institutions such as Teatro di Roma, La Fenice in Venice and Salle Olivier Messiaen in Paris. He has also worked in residence at INA-GRM and France Culture in Paris, STEIM Center for research and development in Amsterdam, GMEM National Centre of Musical Creation in Marseille. His music and shows have been presented in Italy and in international cities such as New York, Paris, Athens and Montreal.