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About Bruno Maderna
Bruno Maderna (Venice 1920 - Darmstadt 1973) was an Italian-German director and composer. At the age of four he was taught violin in Chioggia, and his grandfather noticed he was a little genius; Madame de Polignac (a French princess and patron) paid his following studies, so at the age of eight he was able to direct the Milano La Scala theatre and the (Verona's) Arena orchestras. From here, he started an enfant prodige career, internationally known as "Brunetto" (italian for Little Bruno).