- Tbilisi / Georgia
Giorgi Koberidze is an electronic and classical music composer from Georgia. Early in his musical journey, Giorgi explored various genres, paving the way for his studies in music technology and composition at Tbilisi State Conservatoire, where he currently serves as a professor of music programming, as well as at Ilia State University and the private music school “303 Herz”. His latest experiments are mostly connected to Georgian traditional music and have already seen some success in this direction, winning the first prize in the Tbilisi Conservatoire Composers Awards. Additionally, he was selected as a "SHAPE+" artist, collaborating with a musical partner in their collective project, "Awwwara."
At the same time, Giorgi is also a film and theater composer. His latest score, “What do we see when we look at the sky?”, took 2nd place at the International Cinephile Society Awards and was nominated for the best music at the German Film Critic Prize. Giorgi's artistic endeavors involve the seamless fusion of electronic and classical instrument timbres, a focus that underscored his master's thesis at Tbilisi State Conservatoire. The continuation of this research is his latest musical piece “Forests, Tales, Cities, Forests” that won the “Tsinandali Award,' ' the main artistic award in Georgia.