Davide Boario, Composer and Music Publisher.
As a publisher, in 1996 he relaunched the M. Boario Publishing House founded in 1924 by his grandfather Massimo, considered one of the major composers of band music, today one of the main and best-known publishing houses in Italy of band music, awarded in 1997 with the gold medal by the President of SIAE and in 2007 the "Loyalty to work and economic progress award" conferred by the President of the Turin Chamber of Commerce. First publishing house in Italy since the war to hold in 2006 a competition for the composition of a march for a band, dedicated to the founder "Massimo Boario"; the only competition of its kind to have the SIAE award. The Publishing House collaborates with the major composers and transcribers in Italy of band music and with prestigious orchestras such as the Fanfare of the Alpine Taurinense Brigade with which it has recorded two important CDs; "Legend" also distributed by the newspaper "La Stampa" with the title "Fieri Alpini" and "Volo d'Aquila", created in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy, with the artistic participation of Ricky Tognazzi and Cecilia Gasdia, the CD received the official appreciation of the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano as testimony of the musical and artistic activity carried out by the Fanfara.
He graduated with full marks in Disciplines of Art, Music and Entertainment at the Dams in Bologna with a thesis in Semiology of Music.
He is mentioned as a composer of band music in the latest edition of the "Anesa Dictionary" of Italian music for brass bands and wind groups, Abbm editions.
It is present in the text by Giacomo Lazzeri "The Composers for Band - The Italian Portrait" Musical Editions Eufonia.
Some of his compositions for band have been analyzed by Stefano Ragni in the text dedicated to percussion: "The Battery" Edizioni "Masso delle Fate" in collaboration with "Anbima".
His compositions are also performed abroad, in particular in France, Yugoslavia, Switzerland and the United States.
In October 2011 he was invited to Toulon (France) to receive a prize awarded to him by the "H. Berliotz" Wind Orchestra after performing his Opera "1861 I Sons of Liberty", within a concert dedicated to Italian music.
He is present as a composer and editor in various prestigious events such as the "Bacchetta d'Oro" of Fiuggi from 2007 to 2015 and in the two historical editions of the MITO 2011 International Review (commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy) - 2014 ( commemoration of the Great War).
The composition: "1861 The Sons of Freedom" (interpreted in the narrative part by Ricky Tognazzi), was performed by the Fanfare of the Alpine Brigade Taurinense within the famous international concert review MITO on the occasion of the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Unification of 'Italy both in Milan, Palazzo Reale, and in Turin, Reggia di Venaria (2011); also the only composition chosen by the bands in the prestigious National Competition for the "150th Anniversary of the Unification of Italy".
The composition "Beyond the Apocalypse" was performed by the Fanfare of the Taurinense Alpine Brigade within the MITO International Concert Review on the occasion of the celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the Great War both in Milan and in Turin "Piccolo Regio" (September 2014)
He is the co-author of the song "Eagle Feathers" included in the CD "Volo d’Aquila" sung by the internationally renowned soprano Cecilia Gasdia.
The "Allegra" band march was the only ensemble march chosen for the band gathering in Turin in Piazza Castello organized by the Anbima Nazionale in commemoration of the Great War. Over 500 musicians, 18 bands, with the presence of the Fanfare of the Taurinense Alpine Brigade.
In December 2019, his hymn "Solemnity" was inaugurated at the Lingotto, Auditorium "Giovanni Agnelli", by the Wind Orchestra of the Fire Brigade, receiving a long applause from over 1500 people present.
In 2016 he was awarded by the Councilor for culture of Castellamonte, in the context of a band event dedicated to Piedmontese composers.
Student of Maestro Mario Nascimbene (considered by critics to be one of the greatest Italian composers of film music) Rome 1990, he creates original music for Cinema, Theater and Television, obtaining important awards, including; Nomination for music at the 15th Edition of "Cartoons on the Bay" for the animated series "Mystery After Mystery" "To give cohesion to episodes that synthesize with frequent space-time jumps events that occurred in different eras and places, even over the of hundreds of years and in different continents, the effective soundtrack of Davide Boario thinks about it with refinement and lightness "(M. Ossani, www.IlSole24Ore.com, 5.2.2010). and Nomination for the Golden Globe for the soundtrack of the film “Cous Cous.” He composes the music for the documentary "Caro Antonioni" broadcast by Rai Uno in prime time, on the occasion of Michelangelo Antonioni's Oscar Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement.