Marcello Liverani is a composer, producer and performer from Sardinia, Italy. His music brings acoustic elements, derived from the modern classical genre, electronic music with ambient, beat elements and sometimes experimental nuances derived from his background. He’s an eclettic artist also active as a singing teacher and choir conductor, as a vocalist he released two albums with the name “Reverse Context”. He studied composition in his hometown Conservatoire and after graduating he studied in European academies with composers as I.Fedele, A. Corghi, H. Dufourt and T. Hosokawa. After obtaining a Master’s degree in Composition at the “Accademia di S. Cecilia” in Rome, he received recognitions and won prizes for his vocal, ensemble and orchestral works, which have been performed in venues and festival such as Parco della musica in Rome, “Festival de Acanthes” in Metz and the Venice Biennale, where he’s also been selected for a residence.
His main focus in music is to expresses the deep need to embrace simple poetry of life through intimate nature of sound.