Luciano Williamson is a composer of bold, uncompromising and experimental music; he is a writer and creator with a strong passion for the art of storytelling; he is a conductor and champion of new music in all forms; he is a music notation specialist who produces scores that push the boundaries of how we write and perform music.
Luciano has worked with many musicians including the Nieuw Ensemble, Jeremy Huw Williams, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Psappha and Corvus. His music has been performed on three continents, and has been described as “imaginative, precise and sensitive”, “remarkably effective”, and “a bloody noise”.
Luciano studied at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where he studied composition with Mark David Boden and Joseph Davies, and conducting with Tianyi Lu. His studies were supported by the RVW Trust, the Arts Council of Wales, and the Clive and Sylvia Richards Charity.