Carleton Connects: Andrea Mazzariello on collaboration and composition

21 April 2020

This event took place on April 21, 2020.

Join Assistant Professor of Music Andrea Mazzariello for an hour of music.  He’ll discuss his ongoing project (funded by the Mellon Foundation) that brings Carleton students and the Northfield Union of Youth together to create music and community, and he’ll perform several of his recent compositions.

About the Speaker

The composer, performer, and writer Andrea Mazzariello has taught at Carleton since 2015. His work explores spoken and sung treatments of his own original text, plays with computers and other kinds of electronics, and engages the physiology of performance in novel ways. His concert music, created through commissions by and collaborations with Sō Percussion, fivebyfive, Mobius Percussion, Jason Treuting, Eric Cha-Beach, David Degge, Matthew McCright, and many others, has been performed widely in North America and Europe. The McKnight Foundation, New Music USA, ASCAP, and the Southeast Minnesota Arts Council have recognized and supported his work, and New Amsterdam Records, SEAMUS, Proper Canary, and his own One More Revolution Records have recorded and released his music. Learn and hear more at


Carleton Connects: Mazzariello video

Andrea Mazzariello, Assistant Professor of Music Guest on Carleton Connects, April 21, 2020