Studio Gianluca Iadema

Gianluca Iadema


Gianluca Iadema (Brescia, 1996) is an Italian composer, visual artist and performer based in Bern (Switzerland) and Turin (Italy), working with a multidisciplinary approach to music, video and installation, resulting in an art tipology that takes into account many of its expressions, with a strong conceptual approach: sound, image, sculpture, including performance, light and everything in between.

He holds a Master in classical piano performance from the Conservatory of Brescia (Italy), studying with Maurizio Zana and Giampaolo Stuani, a Bachelor in Computer Music from the IEM – Institut für Elektronische Musik und Akustik (Austria), deepening the study of electronic music and audiovisual art with Marko Ciciliani, and one in Classical Composition from the Kunstuniversität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Graz (Austria), studying with composers such as Richard Dünser and Clemens Gadenstätter. In 2023 he graduated with honors, obtaining a master’s degree in Composition and Creative Practice at the Hochschule der Künste Bern (Switzerland), under the guidance of Simon Steen-Andersen. He studied and participated in important master classes with artists such as Curtis Roads, Matthew Shlomowitz, Stefano Gervasoni, Gerhard Eckel, Gilbert Nouno, Daniel Mayer, Bernhard Lang, Alexander Stankovski, among others. He has been commissioned, performed, collaborated and exhibited for renowned festivals, ensembles and gallery spaces such as Schallfeld Ensemble (Graz, 2018), Nasimi Festival (Baku, 2018), Halle für Kunst Steiermark (Graz, 2018), ZKM (Karlsruhe, 2019), Wien Modern (Vienna, 2020), Recontemporary (Turin, 2022), Seeyousound (Turin, 2023), Klang festival (Copenhagen, 2023), Neko3 (Copenhagen, 2023-2024), Teatro Grande (Brescia, 2023), Suburbia Contemporary Art Gallery for Loop Festival (Barcelona, 2023), Zone Digitali (Bergamo, 2023), ICTAF (Cape Town, 2024) and Barcelona Gallery Weekend (Barcelona, 2024). He is the winner of international composition prizes such as the Franz Schubert und die Musik der Moderne (Graz, Austria), as well as the recipient of the prestigious Giulio and Giulio Bruno Togni Prize (Brescia) for his promising artistic career. In 2019, he released his first album ‘Aphàiresis’ for the historic record label Mille Plateaux, to be followed by ID[entità] in 2023, in collaboration with the Swiss singer Franziska Baumann. His performances and composition were broadcast by radio stations such as BBC, ORF and RTVE, among others. Articles about him and interviews have appeared in La Stampa, Il Sole 24 Ore, Corriere della Sera and Forbes Italia. His works are held in important collections such as Stefano Cecchi Trust Collection, Iole Pellion di Persano Collection and Recontemporary Collection, among others.