Vivienne Spiteri

What is there to say or know about Vivienne Spiteri?
that her work has been termed ‘iconoclastic’?
that her solo double compact disc has been described as ‘an enrichment of humanity’?
that her solo work in studio takes to new heights Glenn Gould’s early experiments?
that her anahata played to strong public acclaim in Europe and is considered by some to be the best music to have come out of France and of GRM in a long time?
that her mesmerizing concerts transport and draw us deeply into the music?

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Vivienne Spiteri

[Vivienne Antonia Helen Spiteri]

Birkirkara (Malta), 1953

Residence: Ottawa (Ontario, Canada)

  • Composer
  • Performer (harpsichord)


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Selected works


  • Wednesday, February 18, 2004 / In concert

    On February 20-22, 2004 the San Francisco Tape Music Festival (USA) will present, amongst others, the works of Christian Calon, Vivienne Spiteri, Hildegard Westerkamp, Luc Ferrari and Laurie Radford.… More

  • Tuesday, December 16, 2003 / In concert

    “Inside the eye of silence,” a collaborative sound installation by Rob Godman and Vivienne Spiteri, will receive its European premiere on December 19, 2003 in Barcelona (Spain), as part of the “En Red 0 2003. LocAlgSon.” This year event is… More

  • Friday, September 26, 2003 / In concert

    Vivienne Spiteri will present three new works between October 10 and 12, 2003, at Totonto’s Soundplay festival: Anahata, an electroacoustic drama by Vivienne Spiteri; Lessening Stillness Growing by Micheline Roi and also And her Mind Moves… More