• Mauro Crivelli
  • Project Type:
    Film Score
  • Length:
    42 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    August 13, 2017
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  • Student Project:
  • Best Original Score Nazareth Film Festival
    December 18, 2017
    Original Soundtrack 2017
Artist Biography

Mauro Crivelli is an Italian composer of film and concert music. Born in India, he started to study music at age 12. At the age of 18, he devoted himself to composing. He studied privately in nearby Parma, Pordenone, London and Siena.

He studied at the Accademia Chigiana for four years under the teaching of Luis Bacalov (Academy Award winner), and spent another three additional years studying Orchestration and Conducting School. He successfully attended a meeting with a composer Dario Marianelli at the Royal Albert Hall Accademy in London in 2013.

Mauro’s film career extends back to 2009 with a score for a short for NABA Academy in Milan. Over the course of six years, he composed music for such films and documentaries as “Lovebird-Rebel Lover in India” an award-winner in several International Film Festivals, “Charity” an independent film, produced and directed by Connie Lamothe for which he received an Award for Best Original score at the WMIFF Festival in Washington DC, and other such films as “Due Splendidi Attori”, “The Last Day of Winter” and “Satyagraha”, as well as many others.

Crivelli also composed a special musical performance for Biennale Arte 2010 in Venice with the artist Solidea Ruggiero. Among his honors, Crivelli has won the Best Original Score at the Film Festival in Bari for the documentary “Bread and Iron” directed by Dareen Hassan and presented at various film festivals around the world.

Mauro is currently is working on a new score for an Italian Drama Movie

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Artist Statement

I 've worked at this score with enormous passion cause the film is really impressive e and provocative, i try to find different sound for every step, and create theese sounds by my own. I feel a lot of drama, terror and violence in that movie s deep and so claustrophobic. Mauro Crivelli