Born in Turin, Italy. He studied piano at the music conservatoires of Turin, Zürich and Lugano. He also studied film direction at the School of Cinematic Art, University of Southern California, Los Angeles (US).
Fabrizio has been focusing on creating and directing pieces of music-theatre and multimedia shows. He collaborated with Karlheinz Stockhausen on several projects including the first ever execution and the recording of Sonntags-Abschied, the last piece of the LICHT cycle Operas.
In 2006 he created, together with singer Luisa Castellani, and percussionist Luca Congedo, the show The Wonderful Spring which was put on at the Piccolo Teatro of Milano.
In 2009 he created the performance Persepolis (music by Iannis Xenakis) and several shows including: Lucifer&Co, White Sound, Blow Pop, Listen to the Blue, Esercizi di Stile, S.O.S. Solo On Saturn, La ferrovia (based on a text by Lina Maria Ugolini), FLaT LaND.
In 2014 he directed the theatrical performance The Extravagancia #0 by Rafael Spregelburd, starring Anahi Traversi, who was selected to Schweizer Theatertreffen 2015.
He directed some short films: Suite à deux, Exercises de style, In tempo,La machine du plaisir, Slowly otherwise it will be late (Official Selection V Film Festival Centovalli, Ingrana CH; Official Selection SorsiCorti, VII Festival Internazionale di cortometraggi, Palermo IT), New incessantly endless (Winner "Best Religious and Spiritual Award" Great Lake International Film Festival 2015, Erie Pennsylvania, US).
Name: Fabrizio Rosso
Lives in: Lugano, Switzerland
Occupation: Director and Musician