Antonio Gervasoni

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato


Antonio Gervasoni has composed over 50 works, including incidental music and the soundtracks for eight Peruvian feature films and a Portuguese short film. His compositions have been performed in various countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Chile, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Spain, and the United States.


Antonio Gervasoni is an exceptional teacher in the fields of composition, orchestration, and film music. He has imparted his expertise at prestigious institutions such as the National University of Music of Peru, the University of Lima, and the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences. Additionally, he offers private online music classes.


Alongside his role as a teacher and independent composer, Antonio Gervasoni undertakes commissions for concert hall compositions and film soundtracks. He also offers a range of additional musical services, including orchestration, arranging, transcription, music engraving, part preparation, and assistance with music notation software.

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Latest News

Upcoming Premiere

My trumpet concerto will be premiered on August 19 at the Great Temple of Argentine Freemasonry, in Buenos Aires by the Peruvian trumpeter Franco Carranza, accompanied by the José de San Martín National Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Agustín Montali. The concerto is dedicated to General José de San Martín, Liberator of Argentina, Chile and Peru, as part of the celebrations for the bicentennial of Peru's independence.

Release of "Inspirations"

My album "Inspirations" was finally released on digital platforms. It was recorded in Barcelona by the Veu i Vent trio (Ximena Agurto, Eduardo Javier and Elías Romero) and tenor Roger Padullés. The album includes my pieces Eulogy, Hologramas and my mini-opera Dear Diary. The album was sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Peru and was recorded at the famous Liceu conservatory.