Anteo Fabris

Composer








Phonorealism/Post-Spectral Fauvism/Chill Complexity
Background image: Excerpt from “Magnetic Processes in Turbulent Space,” by Anteo Fabris


Music for Strings




for four violins
Premiered at Christ Church, New Haven
November 2016


for solo cello
Commissioned and recorded by Stephen Marotto
September 2015


for solo contrabass
Commissioned and premiered by Erez Meyuhass
Yale School of Music, May 2017



for solo violin
Recorded by Wynton Grant
Yale School of Music, October 2016


Solo Piano



Commissioned and premiered by Peng Lin

Yale School of Music, April 2020





Commissioned and premiered by Maxwell Foster
Yale School of Music, May 2019



Commissioned and premiered by Constantine Finehouse
Whitney Humanities Center, December 2016

Music for Mixed Chamber Ensembles





for cello and harp
Written for the Arizona Friends of Chamber Music
Premiered by Juan David Mejia and Carla Fabris
Tucson, AZ, July 2020




for large ensemble
Premiered by members of the Yale Philharmonia
Sprague Hall, November 2018



Music and Sound Design for Theatre




Is God Is
“A classic revenge tale about two sisters that blends tragedy, typography, the Spaghetti Western, hip-hop and Afropunk.”
Written by Aleshea Harris, winner of the 2016 Relentless Award
Directed by Christopher Betts at the Yale Cabaret, 2020
Sound Design and Music by Anteo Fabris



Littleboy/Littleman
Written by Rudi Goblen
Directed by Christopher Betts
Sound Design by Anteo Fabris
Yale Cabaret 2020








Waste // Land
Directed by Henriette Rietveldt
Sound Design and Music by Anteo Fabris
Yale Cabaret 2020





Rubberneck
Choreographed and Directed by Mattie McGarey
Sound Engineering by Anteo Fabris
Yale Cabaret, 2020

Film Scores



Commercial, Studio Uni
Yunnan, China
September 2018


Written for “New Music for Old Films.”
Balboa Theatre, San Francisco
March 2017
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Written for “New Music for Old Films.”
Balboa Theatre, San Francisco
March 2016
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Commissioned by designer Camilla Huey
June 2015
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Opera Concept



A prospective vaporwave opera, Magnetic Processes In Turbulent Space explores "god status," modern class disparity and Marc Augé’s theory of the “non-place” through the stories of Apollo, Cassandra, Leucothoë, Daphne and Marsyas.

Scored for electronics and baroque consort. Includes projections and live-feed cameras.





Music by Anteo Fabris
Lyrics by Kulimushi Barongozi
Set design made possible by the Yale Center for Engineering, Innovation and Design
Projections by Camilla Tassi
Visual Art by Jessica Mei Fleming
Role of Cassandra played by L. Nielsen

Preliminary scene performed at the Yale School of Music, Morse Recital Hall, November 2019

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Orchestral



Yale Philharmonia
December 2018



Boston University Symphony Orchestra
April 2013