Giacomo Fiore

Giacomo Fiore is an Italian-born guitarist and musicologist specializing in U.S. experimentalism and intonation. He teaches at USF and UCSC.

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Giacomo Fiore - January 9, 2024

A diverse program of mostly contemporary works shows the vitality of the genre while honoring the origins of musique concrète.

Giacomo Fiore - November 20, 2023

A multimedia collaboration spearheaded by composer Mary Kouyoumdjian centers on the tragic life of Armenian American painter Arshile Gorky.

Giacomo Fiore - November 1, 2022

Bay Area composer Edward Schocker leads a journey through just intonation in his multipart work Dodecachordon.

Giacomo Fiore - October 16, 2022

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Raven Chacon is among the artists featured on opening night.

Giacomo Fiore - September 27, 2022

The virtuoso composer joins pianist Sarah Cahill and violinist Kate Stenberg for an idiosyncratic piece that couldn’t be anyone else’s.

Giacomo Fiore - September 20, 2022

Composer Luciano Chessa brings a fresh ear to the genre but still honors its history in his opening-night performance.

Giacomo Fiore - June 14, 2021

The electric guitar takes center stage in a range of settings on the composer/guitarist’s new three-album set.

Giacomo Fiore - June 1, 2021

The composer melds oral histories of Jewish life in Warsaw with an improvising chamber ensemble and electronica.

Giacomo Fiore - May 20, 2019

Terry Riley, Laurie Anderson, and John Zorn improvise their way to new musical horizons.

Giacomo Fiore - January 11, 2019

Electronic explorer Pamela Z melds musical minds with dancer Christine Bonasea in a spontaneous, tour-de-force collaboration.