Claudio Jacomucci


Winning trophies on numerous competitions, among others: Grand Prix international d d’Accordéon w St. Etienne (1988), Trofeo Mundial de acordeón w Cuenca (1990), Premio Città di Castelfidardo (1990) and Arrasate Hiria (1994) opened him the doors to prestigious concert halls such as: Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Berlin Philharmonic, Salle Messiaen in Paris. His music reached to millions of listeners thanks to transmissions of his concerts lead by Radio3 RAI, ORF, Deutschland Radio, RNE2, Vatican Radio, SFB, RSI, Radio Unam - Mexico, Radio France.

His incredible play (he was one of the last students of the legendary Mogens Ellegaard) fascinated numerous composers who entrusted him a premiere of their works – to name a few: Luciano Berio, Franco Donatoni, György Kurtag, Luis De Pablo, Boris Porena, Mario Pagliarani, Dimitri Nicolau, Miguel Ruiz Gil, Fernando Mencherini, Giorgio Tedde, Carlo Crivelli, Akemi Naito, Francoise Barriere, Maxim Seloujanov, Oliver Schneller, Paolo Marzocchi.

From 2002 he is cooperating with choreographer and dancer Katheleen Delaneys with whom he experiment on mixing the arts of dance and music. Being simultaneously an accordionist, composer and expert of the Alexander Technique Claudio Jacomucci has a possibility of having different points of view on music which puts extremely interesting effects during performing and composing.