Mirko Mescia teatrofonia

1980 Turin, ITA            

Theater Musician.


For years he alternated his training in "Composition and sound effects" in theater, circus and puppetry in cities such as Granada, Copenhagen and Buenos Aires. He studied with specialists like Jean-Jacques Lemetre, musical composer of the works of the Théâtre du Soleil.


His experience in the performing arts and music is as vast as varied. He was guitarist of the Balkans orchestra of music Los Perros Verdes, distinguished like best ethnic band in the International Festival of Chiclana de la frontera, in 2005; and director, in 2008, of "Georges Méliés ... mute?", a stage experience with silent films, music, sounds and noises live, premiered in Port Bou and with functions in places such as Mallorca, Granada and Buenos Aires.


In ten years of professional performance in Buenos Aires he provided expertise in music design and live sounds, or musical direction, in many shows among which stand out the montages directed by Agustín Alezzo, such as "Jettatore ...!", "Les justes", "Traición", "The  hot house", "Still life", "Fortimbras gets drunk" among others; and did so in private or official rooms such as the Cervantes National Theater, the San Martín Cultural Center, the Buenos Aires Theater Complex, the Maipo cabaret among others.

In 2015 he publishes the book "Hearing Points: interviews and conversations" with prologues by Jean Jaques Lemetre and Edgardo Rudnitzky, Ed. Corregidor.


He was nominated for the following awards: Javier Villafañe 2018, Maria Guerrero and Florencio Sánchez 2015, ACE 2013, Awards

Since 2016 he has been the director of the Teatrofonia workshop: a space that investigates how the use, non-use or abuse of the sound influences in the performing arts, dictated in places such as Madrid, Granada, Firenze, Buenos Aires.

He is the author of the TEDxRíodelaPlata talk: "I listening to it or listening to myself?"