Gio (Giorgi) Janiashvili (Tbilisi, Georgia, 1989) is a composer whose artistic output ranges from works for soloists, ensembles, orchestra, choir, and electronics to music theatre, multimedia performance, sound art, video art, and installation art. He received a Bachelor of Music and a Master of Music in composition from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, UK, and resides in New York City, US. 

Janiashvili has staged concerts, multimedia performances, and installations worldwide. His works were performed, exhibited, and screened at institutions such as Southbank Centre, The Royal Festival Hall, The Queen Elizabeth Hall, Laban Theatre, The Royal Observatory Greenwich, Blackheath Halls, The Institute of Contemporary Arts London, Abrons Arts Centre NYC, The Tank NYC, The National Gallery in Prague, Nostitz Palace - Ministry of Culture Czech Republic, Museum of Georgia - Georgian National Museum, The Georgian National Gallery, Prisco Haus Munich, and Messe Frankfurt. He received commissions for the 12th Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, Frankfurter Buchmesse, Surrogate Cities Exploded!, Impossible Brilliance: The Music of Conlon Nancarrow;  from a violist Rivka Golani, CoMA Voices, City Lit London, Goethe-Institut, Polish National Institute, among others.

Janiashvili is a recipient of The Leverhulme Trust Scholarship, The Beatrice Taylor Scholarship, The Ludwig Lebell Scholarship, The Trinity Laban Scholarship, The TCL Scholarship, The Henry Wood Trust Bursary, The Trinity Laban Post Graduate Bursary, The Vivian Prindle Outreach Prize, and Tsinandali Award.

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