Louis Siciliano

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Louis Siciliano ALUEI (born 19 March 1975) is an awards winning (Silver Ribbon 2005, Italy. Best composer of year at Venice Film Festival 2010), music composer, poly-instrumentalist, conductor, sound engineer, music producer, poet, (poesie muratorie, lieto colle edition) writer (La Lungara: Un fiume di piombo. Graus Editore) and philosopher.

Louis Siciliano was born in Naples, Italy, on 19 March 1975. He began studying music at the age of seven and learned composition with Giacomo Vitale and later with Franco Donatoni and Luciano Berio. He has studied orchestral and choral conducting respectively with Carlo Maria Giulini, Ennio Nicotra, Giovanni Acciai and Marco Berrini. He studied electronic music with Antonio De Santis and became his musical assistant. In 1997 he attended the Engineering Sound course at the Audio Institute of America with Peter Miller, The Beatles' sound engineer. In 1999 he took a masters degree course in composition at New York University. Consequently he grew to be a multi-instrumentalist, orchestra conductor, sound engineer, music producer, soundtrack and contemporary music composer. His music combines highly varied musical styles, such as symphonic music, electronic, post-jazz, world and avantgard music. He produced, composed, orchestrated, conducted and mixed soundtracks for many film productions. On 12 May 2013, he officially started a new artistic life with the name ALUEI.

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