In Plena Pace - October 11th- Lawyer's school Hall
Gisela Paterno's Page
What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Multimedia, Choir, Orchestra, Small Ensemble, Big Ensemble, Songs, Contemporary Ensembles, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Is music your main income source?
Sort Of - Music Related
Where do you live?
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
Composer, guitarist, cellist and music teacher graduated from the Santa Ana Institute in 2006 and in 2012 graduated in BMus (Hons.) at IUNA's Music Department (National University Institute of Arts) in composition.
Her works have been premiered in venues such as Cervantes Theatre (Argentina), National University of Lanus (UNLa), National University of the Arts (IUNA), Palace of the Legislature of Buenos Aires and Buenos Aires Conservatory.
She currently lives in West Kensington, London, UK.
-She created music for two plays and music for two radio programs.
-In 2009 creates GEAM (Artistic Musical Experimentation Group) where she serves as coordinator, composer and performer.
-Within GEAM has composed and performed her own works and others, as part of different ensembles.
-She has composed commissioned works for the UnLa (National University of Lanús)
-She has participated as a performer and coordinator of a draft submitted to the LIPM (Research and Production Musical Laboratory - Recoleta Cultural Center)
-Whithin the genre of orchestral music, she has been invited by the Nothern University (UNINORTE) premiering a work of authorship within the framework of the IV International Festival of Contemporary Music in Asuncion (Paraguay) in August 2011.
-Is a member of CUDA (United Composers of Argentina) since December 2011.
-Is a member of UNACOM (United female Composers of Argentina) since March 2012
I really enjoyed listening to your "Two Part Motet" in Phrygian. I've never explored Phrygian, only Spanish Phrygian, so listening to your piece has inspired me to begin a composition in that mode. Thanks for the music, and the inspiration!