Norberto Oldrini (Milan, Italy, 1968) studied Musicologia at Università di Bologna. Self-taught composer, he also trained with Detlev Glanert.
His music is performed worldwide, with more than 200 performances: New York, Chicago, Berlin, Budapest, London, Manchester, Rome, Beijing, Belgrade, Buenos Aires, Hartford, Colorado Springs, Knoxville, Ruston, Bologna, Siena, Montepulciano, Perugia, and in many other cities in U.S.A., Italy, U.K., Germany, Serbia, Portugal, Roumania, Libya, Slovenia, Bosnia.
His music has met – above all – poetry, dance and theater.
He also wrote articles on contemporary composers and about the relationships between music and cinema for several Italian journals.
The RNCM Symphony Orchestra conducted by Roland Böer, Ewan Campbell, Algoritmo Ensemble, Minguet Quartett, Dr. K Sextet, Quartetto Ascanio, Blow Up Roma Percussion, C.A.T. Ensemble, Kronos Harp Ensemble, Natalie Johnson Dance, Simantikos Dance Chicago, MAN Trio, Nyky Trio, Guido Arbonelli, Lesley-Jane Rogers, Georgina Stalbow, Robert Botti, Stephen Porter, Kenyon Wilson, Gregory Wiest, rank among the most important performers of his music.
Since 1999 he lives in Torrita di Siena (Tuscany, Italy).
2017 Featured Composition: Fuoco fatuo