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Giacomo Fiore

Giacomo Fiore is an Italian-born guitarist and musicologist specializing in U.S. Experimentalism and intonation. He teaches at the San Francisco Conservatory, USF, and UCSC.

Articles by this Author

Festival Review
March 9, 2015

The new music festival brought back artists from its previous 20 years, all of them impressively creative still.

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Modern Classical Review
March 4, 2015

Three pianists, three hours, and 20 Philip Glass Études equal one riveting event.

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Modern Classical Review
February 16, 2015

Despite wrinkles in the format, the Symphony's hip new series continues to impress.

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Modern Classical Review
February 5, 2015

Ingratiating, swinging, but also refined and transparent, So Percussion were at the top of their game in their Bay Area concerts.

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Chamber Music Review
February 3, 2015

The Del Sol Quartet uses a new format to demystify and explore new music with an audience.

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Feature Article
January 6, 2015

Three recent releases confirm the excellent health of U.S. contemporary music.

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Chamber Music Review
December 16, 2014

At the Center for New Music the duo display remarkable attunement and intoxicating command, drawing the audience into a state of utter wonder.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
December 14, 2014

The San Francisco Symphonyʼs new performance space made its public debut with a satisfying, wide-ranging concert, that demonstrated its possibilities.

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