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|Age||40 years old|
|Born||8 August 1980|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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In February 2019 his work "Euphantasy" for Euphonium and Band was released and recorded by the French soloist Bastien Baumet and the Portugal Air force Band in the production "Radiance". In May 2019, his "Sonatina" for Tuba was premiered by Carol Jantsch in the International Tuba and Euphonium Association 2019, and his concert for violin and string orchestra “Concierto Sureño” was premiered in Portland by Venezuelan violinist Inés Voglar Belgique and the string ensemble of Portland Youth Philharmonic conducted by David Hattner.
In September 2019 Giancarlo became the conductor of the Reed College orchestra being the first Latin American conductor to obtain this position.
Currently his works continue to be performed all over the world by groups such as l’Orchestre Symphonique d’Orléans in France, the Peter Mayr Pfeffersberg Band in Austria, the Faculty of Brass and Percussion Ensemble of Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan, Le Grand Ensemble de Cuivres et Percussions du Conservatoire in France, the Royal Academy of Music Symphonic Brass in London, Giovanile Sinfonica Band Trentino in Italy, Boston Conservatory Brass Ensemble, among others.
In 2018 his work Melk Abbey was included in the new recording production of the Ensemble 7/4 of Venezuela in his album Festfanfaren recorded in Melk Abbey in Austria. Also his work "Walking Faster" was recorded by the European Brass Ensemble in the production Diversity under GENUIN Classics Label conducted by Thomas Clamor, this same year the Banda Municipal de València performed his work "Rhapsody for Talents" in the Palau de la Música de València in Spain at the closing ceremony of the International Music Band Contest "Ciutat de València" 2018.
In 2017 he moved to the United States to develop his musical career, this year his piece "Grand Fanfare" was performed by The President's Own United States Marine Band in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., conducted by Colonel Jason K. Fettig, his Concerto for Tuba was performed by Carol Jantsch, principal tuba of the Philadelphia Orchestra at the Berkshire Summer Music Summer Festival and Interlochen Center for the Arts, Castro was invited as a guest composer and conductor by the University of Minnesota Duluth Department to offer lectures of his works and conduct the Senior High School Honor Band Festival and the Twin Ports Wind Orchestra in the Weber Music Hall.
In 2016 his concerto for clarinet was performed in Melk Abbey in Austria as part of the Salzburg Festival. On December of this same year, he became a gold medal winner for his work "Rhapsody for Talents" in the category Original Score and Composition / Composer at the Global Music Awards in San Diego, California.
In 2015, Castro composed the soundtrack of the Venezuelan film "Redención". In November of that year he was invited by the Buffet Group to conduct his work "Rhapsody for Talents" with the Paris Symphonic Orchestra at the Radio France Theatre (Paris, France) to celebrate the 190th anniversary of the company. This made Castro the first Venezuelan composer to conduct his own work in an internationally famous venue.
In 2013 he composed "Rhapsody for Talents", a work commissioned by the French instrument maker Buffet Crampon to commemorate the manufacturer's history constructing, making and selling wind instruments. Its world premiere was performed by the Simón Bolívar Youth Symphonic Band of Venezuela, conducted by Sergio Rosales in the Théâtre du Châtelet (Paris, France) on 7 July 2013.
In 2010 saw the premiere in Finland of his concerto for violin and string orchestra titled "Concierto Sureño", which was commissioned by Laurentius Dinca, a violinist of the Berlin Philarmonic Orchestra.
In 2007, Castro composed the soundtrack for the Web drama series "Maleficio", the first of its kind in Venezuela, which was created by the Caicedo brothers for Taurus Productions.
In 2004 Castro began his composition studies with the Colombian teacher Blas Emilio Atehortúa. Influenced by Latin American music, jazz and film scores, he wrote his first works in that year, which saw the completion of "Grand Fanfare", which was recorded on the album We Got Rhythm on the EMI Classics label, and the albums Gran Fanfare and Mambo! Live From Caracas, both of which appeared on the EUROARTS label. In 2012 his work was recorded by the Simón Bolívar Youth Band of Venezuela on the GENUIN Classics label (Germany). In that same year, together with the works "Arrival of a Noble Maestro" and "Walking Faster", it was performed by the Venezuelan Brass Ensemble at the Bergen International Festival (Norway) and Carnegie Hall in New York.
Giancarlo Castro D'Addona (Barquisimeto, Venezuela, 1980) is a Venezuelan-Spanish composer, conductor and trumpet player. Gold medal winner at the Global Music Awards in San Diego - California (US).