Gianni Posadas-Sen



Gianni Posadas-Sen (he/him) is an emerging performer and composer living and working on the unceded lands of nipaluna/Hobart, lutruwita/Tasmania.

He is a classically trained flutist with a keen interest in solo and chamber repertoire alongside a vigorous engagement in collaborative music-making. This has led to paths of experimental improvisation, multidisciplinary projects, and a commitment to concert curation. Gianni has studied with Mardi McSullea and Douglas Mackie. He holds a Bachelor of Music with Honours (First Class) from The Hedberg School of Music.

Gianni’s compositional work is dedicated to lutruwita and themes of diaspora, grief, and longing.

Gianni has premiered works by Don Kay, Elena Kats-Chernin, Matt Laing, and Cat Hope in lutruwita.