January 3 to 9, 2000
Galante has also recorded for various labels and national radio broadcasting. For the Italian label Scatola Sonora, in 1993 he recorded "Linea d'Ombra" (Shadow Line), a cd for solo flute and live electronics with his own compositions, and in 1996, "Doppio Sogno" (Double Dream), a work in duo with nine different musicians, coming from classical and jazz. At the beginning of 1999 his new CD, "Sciare di Fuoco", was published by BMG-Ricordi. It is a work for eight musicians, inspired by the landscapes of the southern islands.
Falls House Press has published some of his pieces, such as "I Monti Pallidi", commissioned in 1994 by the Japanese flute ensemble Piacere. Other music as a concert for flute and strings, "March in Paris", is published by Sonzogno. In august 1997 he was invited performing his own music at the Chicago NFA Convention. He was invited by the italian and the slovenian flute conventions too.
Emilio Galante performs now mostly as a soloist, and in a woodwind quintet, Kamera Quintet, with which he recorded a CD of self-transcribed progressive rock masterpieces (Genesis, King Crimson, Gentle Giant, Yes). He also teaches at the Conservatorio Trento.