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Gerardo Dirié

Gerardo DiriéBorn in Cordoba, Argentina, composer Gerardo Dirié is also an accomplished conductor, performer and educator. He attended the National University of Cordoba, where he studied composition with Atilio Argüello, Oscar Bazán and César Franchisena. In 1987 he came to Indiana University after receiving a Fulbright Fellowship and a Monica Mourier Archibald Grant. The recipient of masters and doctoral degrees, he studied with John Eaton and Eugene O’Brien. As a composer, Dirié’s music has been acclaimed in performances throughout the Americas and in Europe. More recently, his music has also been performed in India, Malaysia and Turkey.

Throughout his career Dirié has been very active in bringing Latin American music to a wider audience, not only through his work as a composer, but also in his professional capacity as Assistant Director of the Indiana University’s Latin American Music Center. Currently, Gerardo Dirié is head of the composition department at the Queesland Conservatorium in Brisbane, Australia.

Gerardo’s Compositions

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Bordoneo, pifilca y zapateado, by Gerardo Dirié
Clarinet, cello and piano.

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Dos gondoleros invisibles, by Gerardo Dirié
Two clarinets.

Our Price: €19.72
Parancero, by Gerardo Dirié
Flute, piano and fixed media.

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Siete de oro, by Gerardo Dirié

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Whose Body was a Garden, by Gerardo Dirié
Flute and percussion.

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