Antonio Forte is a composer, interdisciplinary sound and visual artist, and educator from Providence, RI. He creates process-driven electroacoustic music to help tell stories, build sonic worlds, and explore ephemera. He studied Fine Art at SACI in Florence, Italy. He holds a BA in Music from American University, in Washington, DC, where he also studied sculpture, and holds an MFA in Music Composition from Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier, VT.
Photograph by Nancy Jo Snider
He is Music Director at Quest Montessori School in Narragansett, RI, where he teaches music and visual arts to students in grades 1 through 8, and is the conductor of the OrQuestra. He has been a teaching artist through programs at BEAM camp, RISCA, and the Artists' Exchange, and has been a guest lecturer/performer at University of Rhode Island, American University, and the Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School.
Antonio's compositions have been performed by groups including Aurora Chamber Orchestra, The City of Tomorrow, Hapax Trio, Mobius Percussion, INTERFERENCE new music collective, Quince Ensemble, and Trio Lunaire. He has created original scores and sound design for art galleries and installations, documentary films, podcast series, and theatre productions.