Luciano Maria Serra is an Italian composer, conductor and pianist. Born in Sicily, in 1975, he writes music for the stage, opera, orchestral and chamber works, and music for screen and multimedia.
In 2015 he was the assistant of Gustavo Dudamel (Mozart's Nozze di Figaro, Berlin Staatsoper) and in 2017 of Domingo Hindoyan (Rossini's Semiramide, Opera National de Lorraine).
His music was performed by Edicson Ruiz, Veronika Eberle, Guido Rimonda, Nicola Malagugini, Bruno Boano, Andrea Lucchesini, Quartetto di Cremona, in the musical seasons of the Teatro Massimo (Catania), Virée Classique Festival (Montreal), Viotti Festival (Vercelli), Teatro Valli (Reggio Emilia), Mãrvao International Music Festival, Associazione Musicale "Eliodoro Sollima" (Palermo), Associazione Siciliana Amici della Musica (Palermo), Associazione Musicale Etnea (Catania), Teatro Machiavelli (Catania), Orestiadi (Gibellina) and published by "Da Vinci" (Osaka) and "Kelidon" (Palermo).
His film scores was performed in international sphere (Festival Internazionale del Cinema d'Animazione of Athens, Ars Electronica Festival of Vienna, Arcipelago Film Festival of Rome, Costaiblea Film Festival of Ragusa).
As conductor, he has a wide repertoire of opera and symphonic music. He conducted also the Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana of Palermo in a concert dedicated to the music of Mozart and Haydn.
As pianist he played at Philarmonie of Berlin and in many others concert halls.
Luciano Maria serra was graduated in composition, conduction and piano at the Conservatorio di Musica of Palermo.