Flavia Massimo

Each time I turn on the Smilin' Ghost tremolo, I think it would have been nice to write classical music with this effect

Flavia Massimo.


Modern Cellist and Sound Designer. After a training course in the study of classical music, he devoted himself to musical experimentation, focusing his research in the field of electronic music. She collaborates with various orchestras and ensembles. As a soloist, she performs for music and dance performances in the major auditoriums and theaters, in Italy and abroad. As a sound director, musical assistant and sound designer, she collaborated with the “CRM-Centro Ricerche Musicali” of Rome, the “GAM Barattelli” of L’Aquila, the “Pergolesi Spontini Foundation” of Jesi, the “A. Casella conservatorium” and the” E-Motion Group “of L’Aquila, the” Cini Foundation “of Venice, ACS Abruzzo Circuito Spettacolo of Teramo and the” Murè Teatro “of Pescara. She has worked on many musical projects of various genres, from electronics to popular music, collaborating with various Italian songwriters including Erica Mou, Marina Rei, Simona Molinari. In the contemporary sphere, she works on the solo project “CELLooP” for solo cello, vocals, synths and electronics, also playing in concerts recently in Nepal for the “Sheashell on the mountains” festival. She won the SIAE “Sillumina” contest in 2017 with the project “The garden of secret sounds”, which includes a site-specific installation in the gardens of the Goethe-Institut in Rome. Since 2016 she has been the artistic director of “Paesaggi Sonori” festival, whose format includes cultural events in exceptional naturalistic locations, historic villages and environments of cultural artistic heritage.

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