Osvaldo Coluccino is an Italian poet and composer of vocal, instrumental and electroacoustic music.
Coluccino’s works have been performed by leading international ensembles such as the Nieuw Ensemble and Ensemble Recherche.
He has been commissioned by (amongst others) the Venice Biennale, Milano Musica, RAI National Symphony Orchestra, Teatro La Fenice di Venezia and many others internationally.
His poetry, which he retired from in 2003, was received well critically and has been published in various books, anthologies and magazines such as Anterem, Bloc notes, Idra, Il Verri, Musica/Realtà.
He has participated in joint work with the artists Rosetta Berardi, Marco Gastini, John MacCracken, Giulio Paolini and Wainer Vaccari.
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