|Name Graciane Finzi|
|Education Conservatoire de Paris|
Graciane finzi profil sonore
Graciane Finzi (born 1945) is a French composer.
- Graciane finzi profil sonore
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- Honors and awards
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Graciane Finzi was born in Casablanca, Morocco, and studied music at the Casablanca Conservatory then managed by Georges Friboulet, where her parents were teachers. She entered the Paris Conservatory at age ten, where she studied piano with Joseph Benvenuti and developed an interest in composition.
After completing her studies, she worked as a composer. She served as music director of the Festival de la Défense from 1975 to 1979, and began teaching at the Paris Conservatory in 1979. She served as vice-president of the International Society for Contemporary Music (SIMC) and of Société Nationale and as official representative to the Association Française d’Action Artistique (AFAA). She was composer-in-residence with the Lille National Orchestra from 2001 to 2003.
Honors and awards
Finzi's compositions often mix difference genres and folk styles. She composes for music theater, voice, solo instruments, chamber ensemble and orchestra, but is noted for opera. Selected works include: