Stefano Gervasoni's production is marked by a delicate expression, evolving in a rich and refined world of sound. The transparency of his writing is veiled by barely perceptible processes, which alter the sound image from within. He calls upon a wide compositional palette: modal structures, sound elements, playing styles...
Frequently resorting to reference, he evokes associative reminiscences that escape the logic of composition: allusions to jazz (Godspell, 2002), Frescobaldi (Six Letters on Darkness, 2005-06), Fado (Com que voz, 2008), music, be they contemporary or not (Limbus-Limbo, 2012), to the point of creating a language that transfigures all sources of inspiration and aims at the pure expression of emotional states.
He teaches at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris.
This is: Stefano Gervasoni
- Su un arco di bianco by Stefano Gervasoni (recorded at the Centquatre, 2019)
- Altra voce by Stefano Gervasoni (recorded at Centre Georges Pompidou, 2018)
- Fado errático by Stefano Gervasoni (recorded at Centre Georges Pompidou, 2015)
- Com que voz by Stefano Gervasoni (recorded at Théâtre du Châtelet, 2008)