BMus(Hons.) IUNA - ARG -; PGDip. Electroacoustic Music;
FTCL Composition -Trinity College London
Juan Rezzuto is an established composer based in London. His work includes vocal, solo and orchestral pieces premiered in Argentina, Germany and the UK.
He started his training as a classical concert pianist at the age of 2 and has developed his career as a pianist since then. His compositional approach is eminently classical, integrating music from the baroque period onwards with the latest trends in electroacoustic and classical avant-garde music. He also specializes in mastering and MIDI realisations.
He focuses on challenging students to produce compositions as early as possible, the first aim of his instruction being to foster creativity as a leading route to theoretical learning. The goal is to inspire his students to become fully developed and independent musicians capable of taking their compositions from the manuscript stage through to the final audio recording.
His works include music for Documentaries, Films, Theatre, Classical Concerts and Ballets.
BMus(Hons.) IUNA - ARG -
Associate Composition Teacher
Gisela is a graduated composer from 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), National University of the Arts (IUNA), Palace of the Legislature of Buenos Aires and Buenos Aires Conservatory.
She has a great in depth in styles ranging from renaissance and baroque music, to contemporary and modern music (blues, jazz and rock)
Our composition lessons are conducted in a way that students are encouraged and guided to master mainly four disciplines: Counterpoint, Harmony, Orchestration and Musical Forms.
Each learning period is structured along these main areas ending with the production of two contrasting pieces.
At the beginning of the studies the pieces will be written in a certain style. Once students acquire some level of understanding of the basic balancing, texturing and dimensioning rules they are ready to start exploring their own musical forms and speeches.
Having mastered the basic skills they are also ready to start producing music for the screen.