Giacomo Fiore

Giacomo Fiore is an Italian-born guitarist and musicologist specializing in U.S. Experimentalism and intonation. He teaches at the San Francisco Conservatory, USF, and UCSC.

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Giacomo Fiore - June 1, 2021

The composer melds oral histories of Jewish life in Warsaw with an improvising chamber ensemble and electronica.

Giacomo Fiore - May 20, 2019

Terry Riley, Laurie Anderson, and John Zorn improvise their way to new musical horizons.

Giacomo Fiore - January 11, 2019

Electronic explorer Pamela Z melds musical minds with dancer Christine Bonasea in a spontaneous, tour-de-force collaboration.

Giacomo Fiore - January 7, 2019

Fifty years of cutting-edge audio art stimulates the ears and imagination.

Giacomo Fiore - April 16, 2018

The new-music festival celebrates 20 years with their usual range of unusual music and fresh ideas.

Giacomo Fiore - November 3, 2017

Tod Browning’s classic film is more camp than creepy, but Philip Glass’s score still engages the imagination.

Giacomo Fiore - October 11, 2017

Mieczyslaw Weinberg is having a moment of rediscovery. Is his music worth it?

Giacomo Fiore - January 10, 2017

Rare musical treasures from one of the Bay Area’s most influential composers.

Giacomo Fiore - December 20, 2016

The piano and violin duet explores a satisfying range of contemporary pieces.

Giacomo Fiore - December 12, 2016

A lovingly curated evening of great music provides just a few snapshots of the composer’s kaleidoscopic career.