Riccardo Giovinetto is a multidisciplinary artist based in Turin. He is an acoustic physicist, musician (curved soprano sax), composer, visual artist and teacher. He works at the juncture of sound & visual, using Ableton Live and Max 8|Jitter to create soundreactive performance. He is part of OZMOTIC (a duo of electronic and instrumental music) and thier work is published by Touch Music.
- Turin Italy
- Milan Italy
Scientific training on one hand and Jazz and Classical music studies on the other led him to link heterogeneous artistic fields, developing a deep interest in performances capable of involving the viewer from various points of view to interact with the world of theatre and video. The use of Ableton Live since 2007 allowed Riccardo to further develop his musical research, expanding the opportunities for interaction with video, and to explore areas of musical and conceptual boundaries.
Riccardo is active as an international performing artist (Italy, France, Spain, Germany, …) and has collaborated with musicians such as Christian Fennesz, Murcof, Senking and Frank Bretschneider.
Riccardo has twenty years experience in teaching. He teaches acoustical physics for sound engineering, sound design, and techniques of audio-video interaction. He offers masterclasses and one-on-one lessons in advanced production with Ableton Live, Max for Live, Max 8-Jitter and Push.
Riccardo is the artistic director of “Ambienti Digitali”, an international programming of electronic music and audio video interaction inside the TOdays Festival.
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