September 20th, 2021Performance at Venice Biennale Musica 2021 with PMCE
Giulia Tagliavia will perform within the Ensemble PMCE on Morton Feldman’s “Rothko Chapel”, for Biennale Musica 2021 in Venice.
September 5th, 2021
World premiere of “Il Palazzo” at Venice’s Giornate degli Autori 2021
“Il Palazzo” by Federica di Giacomo will premiere at Venice Film Festival’s Giornate degli Autori. OST by Giulia Tagliavia.
August 26/27th, 2021
Soundtrack workshop at Festival Mercurio d’Argento in Massa, Tuscany
Giulia Tagliavia will lead a workshop on Samouni Road’s OST at Mercurio d’Argento Festival.
July 22th, 2021
Performance at Macro museum in Rome
Giulia Tagliavia on a solo live-electronics set at Macro museum in Rome.
July 19th, 2021
A reading-concert in Castelbuono with David Riondino and Ensemble Ubertini
Music by Tagliavia, Betta, Buscemi, Maniaci, Vaccaro. Conductor Lorenzo Antonio Iosco.
Interview for Goethe-Institut Italy
Talking about the upcoming Berlinale Talents 2021 and more...
Selection for Berlinale Talents 2021
Giulia Tagliavia is invited as composer to Berlinale Talents 2021, the “annual summit and networking platform of the Berlin International Film Festival outstanding creatives from the fields of film and drama series”.
December 28th, 2020
Piano solo performance in Palermo
Giulia Tagliavia performs “Il Cantico dei Quattro Canti”, a piano solo concert live streamed by Cinema City Palermo.
Letterature Migranti Festival 2020
For the 2020 edition of the Letterature Migranti Festival, an online virtual “jukebox” collecting 24 tracks will host a solo piano Tango by Giulia Tagliavia and an improvisation at the piano with cello.
New sound installation in Cagliari
At the end of the residency program Officin&Ideali, in Sardinia, Giulia Tagliavia presents a project called “Phono-snapshots”, a sound installation in the Botanical Garden in Cagliari.
“Our Road” awarded as Best Film at Biografilm 2021
The documentary directed by Pierfrancesco Li Donni, with music by Giulia Tagliavia, got the Best Film Award at the 2020 edition of Biografilm Festival in Bologna.
A reading with Stefano Benni in Bologna
A soirée of music and reading on Dino Buzzati’s stories, with Giulia Tagliavia and Stefano Benni in the beautiful set of the LabOratorio of San Filippo Neri in Bologna.