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Lucio Bruno-Videla vertritt eine originelle Vision der klassischen Musik mit neuer Projektion im 21. Jahrhundert, die durch seine vielfältige Tätigkeit als Interpret, Komponist und Forscher geprägt wurde. Seiner lateinamerikanischen Vision zufolge, die im ständigen interkulturellen Dialog steht, wird eine musikalische Kunst beabsichtigt, die so zu schaffen und auszulegen ist, dass sie kommuniziert und emotional bewegt, während sie gleichzeitig persönlich und reflektierend bleibt. Eine transzendente Kunst.

Lucio Bruno-Videla ist ein argentinischer Komponist, Violinist und Dirigent. Er erlangte Musik-Professor mit Auszeichnung durch die Nationale Kunst- Institutshochschule von Buenos Aires. Im Laufe seiner Karriere wurde er von Alberto Mercanti, Diego Soukry, Rodolfo van der Meulen, Antonio Russo, Fermina Casanova, Virtú Maragno, Juan Carlos Zorzi und Mario Benzecry, u.a. unterrichtet. In Wien hat er das erste Orchester (Latin American Classical Orchestra) Europas gründete und geleitet, das vor allem argentinische und lateinamerikanische Musik verbreitete, um von Vertretern der Universität für Musik in Wien eingeladen zu werden, dieses Repertoire in Form eines Konzert zum ersten Mal in Europa zu präsentieren.

Für die Zweihundertjahrfeier 1910-2010, hat er das erste Album Argentiniens einer ganzen Oper (“Chasca” von Enrique Mario Casella) editiert, dirigiert und in einem Studio aufgenommen, wobei er der erste argentinische Dirigent war, der diese Arbeiten erreichen hat und für die er von der Vereinigung der Musikkritiker als transzendente Leistung für die Kultur im Jahr 2010 geehrt wurde. Er hat argentinische Musik des Genres Ballett, Oper, Operetten, Zarzuela, Symphonische Musik und Kammermusik wiederentdeckt.

Lucio Bruno-Videla hat Konzerte in Buenos Aires sowie in den argentinische Provinzen gegeben, im Ausland trat er in Brasilien, Ecuador, Chile, Österreich (Musikverein, Bösendorfersaal, Konzerthaus), Frankreich, Deutschland (Konzerthaus Dortmund) (Weimar Nationaltheater), Luxemburg, Spanien, Ungarn, Tschechische Republik (Smetana-Saal), Italien und Japan (Suntory Hall, Tokyo und Symphony Hall, Osaka) auf. Im Jahr 2009 war er der erste Argentinischer, der ein Konzert seiner eigenen Kompositionen, denen das Konzert gewidmet war, im Musikverein (Gläsernersaal) in Wien präsentierte und leitete. Im Zuge dieser kreativen Tätigkeit hat er bei Festivals in England (Crwth Festival) sowie Österreich (Musica delicata) teilgenommen und außerdem wurden seine musikalischen Arrangements in Kanada, Brasilien, den USA, Singapur und der Türkei interpretiert.

Im Jahr 2011 wurde er als Komponist für einen Latin Grammy nominiert. Als Komponist und Dirigent hat er auch an zwei europäischen Filmproduktionen für das Fernsehen und Festivals teilgenommen.

Lucio Bruno-Videla ist ein Mitglied der Autoren, Komponisten und Musikverleger aus Österreich (AKM) sowie der österreichischen Verwertungsgesellschaft der Interpreten und der Produzenten von Tonträgern und Musikvideos (LSG).

Er ist auch ein Mitglied des musikalischen Vereins “Argentinische Klänge” (Sonidos Argentinos) und Ehrenmitglied der Kulturvereinigung Churum- Merú Wien, Österreich.

2012 wurde ein Dokumentarfilm über seine künstlerische Tätigkeit von Enerc (Hochschule der Argentinischen Filmproduktion) gedreht.


Adresse:
Céspedes 2387, piso 17 “E” (1426), Buenos Aires, Argentina
Telefon: (054-11) 4785 3091, (54-9-11) 3213 3338
E-mail: lbvidela@gmail.com


Lucio Bruno-Videla es Profesor y Licenciado en Música, por la Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Compositor y director de orquesta, con actuación Brasil, Chile, Ecuador, España, Japón, Francia, Alemania, Austria, Hungría, Italia, República Checa, Luxemburgo y Eslovaquia. Es profesor en el Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón y Director del Instituto de Investigación en Etnomusicología de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.

Bruno-Videla es miembro de la Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Austria, como así también de la Sociedad de Intérpretes, del mismo país; Miembro Invitado del Consejo Argentino de la Música (UNESCO), Vicepresidente de la Comisión Directiva de la Asociación Argentina de Compositores y jurado de los Premios Gardel. Participó de una doble nominación al Grammy Latino.

Bruno-Videla desarrolla su carrera interactuando entre la composición musical, la dirección orquestal y el estudio, la recuperación y difusión del patrimonio musical argentino, del cual es actualmente un referente internacional. Ha realizado conciertos tanto en la Capital Federal como en las provincias argentinas, y en el exterior ha actuado en Chile, Ecuador, Brasil, Austria (Musikverein, Bösendorfersaal, Konzerthaus, Mozarthaus), Francia, Alemania (Konzerthaus Dortmund, Nationaltheater Weimar), Luxemburgo, España, Hungría, República Checa (Smetana-Saal), Eslovaquia, Italia y Japón (Suntory Hall, Tokyo y Symphony Hall, Osaka). Sus arreglos musicales y obras originales han sido interpretados además en Canadá, Brasil, EEUU, Irlanda, Israel, Singapur y Turquía. Distinguido en 2010, 2013 y 2017 por la Asociación de Críticos Musicales de la Argentina, fue nominado en 2011 y 2016 al Grammy Latino.

Como director de orquesta especializado en el repertorio argentino, ha recuperado y estrenado partituras argentinas compuestas desde 1832 al siglo XXI, abordando todos los géneros, desde la música coral y de cámara al género sacro, sinfónico, sinfónico-coral, ballet, zarzuela, opereta y ópera. En el rubro lírico-escénico ha recuperado en concierto obras como Pampa (Berutti), La novia del hereje (De Rogatis), Lin-Calel (D´Espósito), Don Juan (Zorzi), Amy Robsart (Schiuma), Blancaflor (Schiuma), Lázaro (Gaito), La sangre de las guitarras (Gaito), Amor en maniobras (Payá), Una farra en Nochebuena y Una broma improvisada (ambas de Rolón), La gruta de los milagros (Drangosch), Las vírgenes del sol, Corimayo (ambas de E. Casella), Ollantay (Gaito), Chaquira Lieu (Rojas), El sueño de Alma (López Buchardo), La angelical Manuelita (García Mansilla), Tabaré (Schiuma), Litigio de amor (Schiuma), La perichona (López Buchardo), Pablo y Virginia (Curubeto Godoy) y Las vírgenes del Sol (Schiuma). También ha sido el primer director de orquesta argentino en grabar en estudio una ópera argentina completa (Chasca de Enrique Casella).

Bruno-Videla como compositor, en 2009 fue el primer argentino en presentar y dirigir un concierto enteramente dedicado a sus propias composiciones en la Sala Musikverein (Gläsernersaal) de Viena. En esta actividad creativa, ha sido incluido en festivales en Inglaterra (Crwth Festival) y Austria (Musica delicata). En 2014 su obra Danza salvaje, Op.26 fue nominada como la mejor obra argentina en 2013, por la Asociación de Críticos Musicales de la Argentina y estrenada por la Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional en su segunda versión en 2019. En 2013 el Ensamble Iberoamericano de Weimar eligió su obra Suite poética, Op.24 sobre textos de Goethe, para estrenarla en el Teatro Nacional de esa ciudad. En 2014 fue convocado para el proyecto Tierras-Leben in zwei Welten, financiado por la República Federal de Alemania, para componer la música de dicha instalación, que regularmente se muestra en varias ciudades y países europeos. Como compositor y director, sus grabaciones son distribuidas por  OEHMS y NAXOS y varias de sus partituras han sido publicadas por la editorial alemana Gebrüder Stark Musikverlag de Leipzig.

En 2019 realizó la grabación de sus Tres canciones, Op.1 para soprano y orquesta (sop.: Ana Carolina Diz) y la Radio Nacional de Austria realizó la grabación de su Quinteto para arpa y arcos, Op.42b, por Elisabeth Plank y el Adamas Quartett.

El prestigioso musicólogo y crítico austríaco Hartmut Krones ha calificado a Bruno-Videla como “uno de los más importantes representantes de la escena musical argentina.”


Lucio Bruno-Videla proposes an original vision of classical music with renewed projection towards the XXI century, through his multifaceted activity as a performer, composer and researcher. From his Latin American vision in permanent intercultural dialogue, the proposal is to create and perform in all ways a musical art that communicates and moves, being both personal and reflective. A transcendent art.

Lucio Bruno-Videla studied at the Carlos López Buchardo National Conservatory, currently the National University (UNA), where he graduated with honors in 1996. 
Bruno-Videla has count among his teachers important music personalities who have guided him in the various facets of his musical activity such as Diego Soukry (concertmaster of the Teatro Colón Orchestra), Rodolfo van der Meulen and Antonio Russo (choral conducting), Fermina Casanova (harmony and composition), Virtú Maragno (counterpoint), Juan Carlos Zorzi (composition), Mario Benzecry (orchestral conducting) and Juan María Veniard (musicology). He has attended masterclasses by teachers Mag Hans-Peter Schurz (choral conducting), Gabriel Persico (improvisation in Baroque music), Fernando Suarez Paz (violinist with Astor Piazzolla), Eduard Daian (pupil of David Oistrakh) and Kurt Masur (orchestral conducting). He has received some of the most important scholarships in his country, such as the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (musicology), University of Buenos Aires (chamber music and languages) and the Fundación Antorchas (chamber music). With the knowledge acquired, he developed and made strong contributions in the disciplines of interpretation as violinist, orchestra conductor and choral conductor and also as a composer and musicologist. 

He is currently professor of Argentine and Latin American music history at the Instituto Superior de Música “José Hernández”. He is also Director of the Instituto de Investigación en Etnomusicología del Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, and he is also professor of Music Analysis at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón. With extensive teaching experience, he has published articles for the Academy of Sciences and Arts of San Isidro (Argentina), and also in England (Musicweb International). 
Part of his thesis on “Enrique Mario Casella and his essay on a new lyrical Argentine Theatre” has been published by the editor “Tradition”. 
In his teaching, he gave regularly seminars for conductors and scholars, based on Argentine operatic and symphonic repertoire at the Ethnomusicology Research Institute of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.

Bruno-Videla is considered in the musical milieu as a versatile artist who has developed a track based on new concepts, the result of a balance between the theoretical and academic conceptual depth and the musical practice based on self-intuition and grounded in emotional intelligence, communication and sensitivity. He dominates the performance and aesthetics of popular and academic music, an outcome of his versatile Latin American culture. This is why he has also made numerous contributions to tango and other popular music, as arranger, violinist, conductor, composer and researcher.

Specialized in recovering little-known works, especially by Argentine composers of all aesthetics, for several years he has been doing a pioneer work in this subject. Through their knowledge of composition and musicology, Bruno-Videla has made more than 200 editions of scores directly from the original manuscripts of Argentine composers, and collected and studied more than 7,000 works.
It also managed the recording of about 20 CDs of Argentine recovered music (in several of which he has also collaborated with a review printed in the booklet of CDs) and performed concerts of Argentine music (from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century) of very different aesthetics  throughout the world.

In his work as a violinist, he has performed several times the complete works for violin and piano by the composer Ernesto Drangosch (1882-1925). He was also the first Latin American musician to integrate the Strauss Festival Orchester Wien, under the direction of Peter Guth, in Vienna, Austria. Also in this city, he founded and conducted the first orchestra of Europe aimed to spread especially Argentine and Latin American music (Latin American Classical Orchestra), being invited by representatives of the University of Music in Vienna to present this repertoire in concert for the first time in Europe.

For the Bicentennial year 1910-2010, he edited, conducted and recorded the first album in Argentina of a complete opera recorded in studio (“Chasca” opera by Enrique Mario Casella), becoming the first Argentine conductor to achieve this task, for which he was honored by the Music Critics Association as an important fact of culture in 2010. He has researched and recovered in Argentina music genres such as sacred music, ballet, opera, operetta, symphonic and chamber, revealing different facets of the unknown argentine sound art. 
In addition to his work with the orchestras aforementioned, Bruno-Videla was the conductor of the Polyphonic Choir and the Orchestra of the National Congress (one of the youngest conductors in the argentine musical history to reach the official ownership of an orchestra), and he has also directed Tucumán Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Rosario and the Municipal Symphony Orchestra of Avellaneda, the Symphony Orchestra of Antofagasta (Chile). He was also involved in educational projects with youth orchestras, such as the “Libertador San Martin” Symphony Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra of the Municipality of San Martín, especially related to the interpretation of relegated Argentine music. 
Leading American Philharmonic Orchestra and the Camerata Argentina (including musicians from the Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires and the Orchestra of the Teatro Colón), he has performed concerts and productions especially dedicated to the appreciation and dissemination of the unknown Argentine repertoire.

He has worked with leading national and international soloists such as Luis Roggero, Andrew Spiller, Claudio Baraviera, Victor Torres, Soledad de la Rosa, Lucia Hall, Teodora Miteva, Édua Zadory, Ana Topalovic, etc. As a performer, Bruno-Videla has toured both in Buenos Aires and in many Argentine provinces, and abroad, in Brazil, Chile, Austria (Musikverein, Bosendorfersaal, Konzerthaus), France, Germany (Konzerthaus Dortmund), Luxembourg, Spain, Hungary, Czech Republic (Smetana-Saal), Ecuador, Italy and Japan (Suntory Hall, Tokyo and Symphony Hall, Osaka). As a composer, in 2009 was the first Argentine composer to present and conduct a concert devoted entirely to his own compositions in the Musikverein Hall (Gläsernersaal) in Vienna. In this creative activity, he has been included in festivals in England (Crwth Festival) and Austria (Musica delicata) and Israel. His musical arrangements have also been interpreted in Canada, Brazil, USA, Singapore and Turkey.

He has also participated as a composer and conductor in two European film productions made for television and festivals. His discography includes 12 CDs produced in Argentina and Europe, as violinist, composer, arranger and conductor. In Vienna, he has directed, composed and arranged works for musical theater at Theater Akzent. 
In 2010 the German label OEHMS Classics International launched a CD dedicated to Latin American chamber music including his work “Trio, Op.10”, alongside with works of Villa-Lobos and Piazzolla, gaining international critical acclaim. This album was nominated for a Latin Grammy 2011. In 2016 was nominated again for his CD “GARDEL ORIGINAL” as arranger and conductor. This work includes for the first time the orchestral reconstruction of the original orchestral arrangements that Carlos Gardel (1890-1935) used during his film-recordings in New York.
Following 2012, he performed the American premiere of the Johann Strauss posthumous symphonic poem “Traumbild I”, personally editing the score with the material obtained in the Wiener Stadt-und Landesbibliothek of Vienna, (Library of the City of Vienna)  with the support of the Austrian Embassy in Argentina. He also championed Schubert´s music with the first Argentinian performances of orchestral pieces and operas by the Viennese composer.

He was recently selected in the "Giuseppe Verdi" film music Festival that took place in Verdi's house in Busetto, Italy. Several of his recordings as a conductor and composer are distributed by the Naxos Music label and some works of Bruno-Videla are published by the German publisher Gebrüder Stark Musikverlag.

Bruno-Videla is a member of the Society of Authors and Composers of Austria (AKM), as well as the Interpreters Society (LSG) of the same country; he is also a Guest Member of Argentine Music Council (CAMU, UNESCO) and Advisory Board member in the Latin American Art Song Alliance, USA, honorary member of the Deutsche Chorvereinigung Villa Ballester and honorary member of the Kulturverein Churúm-merú of Vienna, Austria. In 2007, he created and directed the first Latin American Classical Music Festival "Honorio Siccardi" in the city of Dolores, Argentina.
In 2010 he participated as a composer in Argentina 200th Festival in London to mark the Bicentenary milestone, in which participated the pianist Martha Argerich. He currently serves as Vice President at the main institution of Argentine musical creators: the historic Argentine Association of Composers

In February 2012, he presented at the Vienna-Latin American Institute a video conference with his own classical music videos, introducing the new CD of the opera Chasca, by Enrique Casella. The event was recorded by television channel Okto TV Vienna.

As a composer, his catalogue include art songs, seven sonatas, chamber music, a Violin concerto, sacred music, two chamber symphonies, vocal and symphonic music, etc. Among them, it stands out his series of sonatas for piano, cello and violin, based on tango and other popular music in conjunction with the techniques of contemporary academic music. It is worth mentioning his Suite coreográfica (ballet) for chamber ensemble, which belongs to the film “Muriendo” (Dying), this work was composed in Austria and it has been selected in several international festivals. 
His Sinfonía de cámara no.1 was first performed under his baton at the Vienna Musikverein, Gläserner Saal. The Trio Op.10 for violin, cello and piano is included in a CD performed by the Villa-Lobos Trio of Vienna, which was selected for the 2011 Latin Grammy nomination. 
In 2012 it was filmed a documentary about his artistic activity produced by ENERC (School for film production and experimentation) located on Buenos Aires, Argentina.
His Danza salvaje for electric guitar, saxophon, 11 percussionists and symphony ochestra was nominated as the best work premiered in Argentina during 2013 by the Asociación de Críticos Musicales de la Argentina. 

The instrumental arrangements and orchestrations made ​​ by Bruno-Videla exceed 200 pieces and they have been made ​​for chamber groups, choirs and orchestra. Most of them are based on tango, popular music, film music, international folk, musical, jazz and light-classics. Several have been recorded in Europe and used for teaching purposes at the Festival of Poços de Caldas, Brazil.

The Austrian conductor and violinist Peter Guth, impressed by his musical abilities, said: "Lucio Bruno-Videla is an important and worthy representative of the international musical field."


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