Fausto Romitelli

Fausto Romitelli ( born 1 February 1963 in Gorizia, † June 27, 2004 in Milan ) was an Italian composer.

Romitelli studied composition at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Milan and then attended classes at the Accademia Chigiana di Siena with Franco Donatoni and Scuola Civica di Milano. In 1991 he went to Paris, where he was a pupil of Hugues and Gérard Grisey and Dufourt studies at IRCAM operation, where he was from 1993 to 1995 compositeur en recherche.

His compositions Romitelli won numerous European competitions and was invited to major festivals such as the Festival d' Automne, Ultima Helsinki, the Styrian Autumn Festival (Graz) and the Darmstadt Summer Courses. In 2004, he succumbed to cancer in Milan.


  • Ganimede for viola, 1986
  • KU for fourteen performers, 1989
  • Nell'alto dei giorni immobili for six performers, 1990
  • Natura morta con fiamme for string quartet and electronics, 1991
  • La sabbia del tempo for six performers, 1991
  • Mediterraneo - I. Les idoles du soleil for ensemble, 1992
  • Mediterraneo - L' azur II of the Deserts for Voice and fourteen instruments, 1992-93
  • Seascape for Flute and Bass, 1994
  • EnTrance for soprano, ensemble and electronics, 1995
  • Domeniche alla periferia dell'Impero. Prima domenica for four instruments, 1995-96
  • Cupio Dissolvi for fourteen performers, 1996
  • The Nameless City for strings and bells ad libitum, 1997
  • Lost for Voice and fifteen instruments, 1997
  • Professor Bad Trip: Lesson I for eight performers and electronics, 1998
  • Professor Bad Trip: Lesson II for ensemble, 1998-99
  • The Poppy in the Cloud for choir and ensemble, 1999
  • Professor Bad Trip: Lesson III for ensemble, 2000
  • Blood on the Floor, Painting 1986 Ensemble, 2000
  • Domeniche alla periferia dell'Impero. Seconda domenica: hommage à Gérard Grisey for four instruments, 2000
  • Flowing down too slow for string orchestra, percussion and bells, 2001
  • Amok Koma for ensemble and electronics, 2001
  • An Index of Metals, Video opera for soprano, ensemble, multi-projection and electronics ( Text: Kenka Lekovich, Photos: Paolo Pachini, Leonardo Romoli ), 2003
  • Dead City Radio Audiodrome for orchestra, 2003
  • Green, Yellow and Blue for ensemble, 2003
  • Italian composer
  • Born in 1963
  • Died in 2004
  • Man