Residence: Roma, Italy
From classic piano music, Giorgio Binda has gradually turned its search to electronic context, developing an artistic growth characterized by the presence of musical articulations, made with noises and sounds alike. The supply of contemporary atmospheres, constantly advocated, is contained in musical structures clearly defined, using minimalist, evocative and uncertain themes. The rhythmical-accentuative forms, often presented with apparent casualness, are constantly involved in the aesthetic language-style, where wealthy is the presence of timbral varieties. For the design of his compositions, the author draws inspiration from both physical and metaphysical situations and reflections, linked to the contemporary age, described and represented in the musical context.
Date: June 4, 2010