Karl Fiorini was born in Malta in 1979. He studied at the University of Malta with Charles Camilleri, and at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal College of Music in London.
He was joint winner of Boston University's ALEAIII International Composition Competition in September 2004. He's artistic director of Malta's International Spring Orchestra Festival and has been composer in residence at Portugal's Orquestra do Norte and at the Conservatoire in Avignon. He lives in Paris.
His works include the acclaimed Trio 'Lamina' for violin, clarinet and piano, and Solitudni fil-Belt for narrator, mezzo, violin/viola, clarinet/bass clarinet and piano.
A selection of M&V articles about Karl Fiorini
CD Spotlight. Modern Concertos - Music by Karl Fiorini, heard by Howard Smith. '... edgy, demanding works ...'