Sara Zamboni (1990) is an Italian composer and pianist based in The Hague, The Netherlands. She graduated cum laude for her Classical Piano MA at the "Luca Marenzio" Conservatory of Darfo and Brescia (Italy) under the teachings of Andrea Rebaudengo and Marina Baudoux. The topic of her thesis was "The piano music of Béla Bartók and the rediscovery of the popular element". She moved to The Netherlands where she graduated for her BA & MA in Composition at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague under the guidance of Martijn Padding and Calliope Tsoupaki. Parallelly, she studied modern piano and chamber music repertoire with Gerard Bouwhuis and attended courses at the Institute of Sonology such as 'Composing in the Analogue Studio' held by Kees Tazelaar and 'Audio Engineering in Electronic Music' with Paul Jeukendrup. Her composition projects encompass instrumental works, electronic music and combinations for various destinations, privileging live performances in theatres and concert halls. Currently, she is focused on chamber music projects, music for contemporary dance performances and music theatre. Her compositions have been performed in The Netherlands, Germany, Greece, Republic of North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Italy and China. She manages her own studio for composition and electronic music production. She also works as a piano accompanist for Modern dance classes at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague.

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