Tempo Reale

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Villa Strozzi - SouthWest Facade - Overview.jpg
Tempo Reale located in the historical villa owned by the Strozzi family of Florence
Founder(s) Luciano Berio
Established 1987
Focus music research, production, and education
President Maurizio Frittelli
Chairman Francesco Giomi
Subsidiaries Tempo Reale Festival
Location Florence, Italy
Address Via Pisana 77 - Villa Strozzi, 50143 Florence (Italy)
Website Official website

Tempo Reale is an electronic music research, production, and educational centre, based in Florence, Italy. It was founded by composer Luciano Berio, who served as the centre's director from 1987 to 2000, and as honorary president until his death in 2003.[1] The centre has celebrated its 25-year anniversary in 2012.[1][2][3]

Notable collaborators with Luciano Berio[edit]


  1. ^ a b "A colloquio con Luciano Berio | Tempo Reale". Temporeale.it. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  2. ^ "Luciano Berio". Telegraph. 2003-05-28. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  3. ^ "Tempo Reale Collection | Tempo Reale". Temporeale.it. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Vaccari, Franco; Fagone, Vittorio; Dehò, Valerio; and Nicoletta Leonardi. Exhibitions in Real Time, Damiani, 2007. ISBN 978-8889431825
  • Cresti, Renzo; and Eleonora Negri. Florence and the Italian music of the late twentieth century: trends in art music of Florence, Florence, LoGisma, 2004. ISBN 978-8887621433
  • Galante, Francesco; and Nicola Sani. expanded Music: electro tracks of the millennium, Milan, Ricordi, 2000. ISBN 978-8875925376
  • Giomi, Francesco. "Florence Tempo Reale, Fast Forward", Florence, n. 3, Florence, 2010.
  • Giomi, Francesco, et al. "Live electronics in Luciano Berio's music", Computer Music Journal, vol. 27 n. 2, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2003. ISSN 0148-9267
  • Rizzardi, Veniero; and Angela Ida De Benedictis. New music on the radio: experience at the University of Milan 1954-1959 phonology RAI, RAI-ERI, 2000. ISBN 978-8839711427

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