Michele Di Lazzaro
Michele Di Lazzaro first graduated in Statistics, but since he was 14, he developed a strong interest in music (in particular rock and techno-electronic music).
In 1997, he composed his first techno-progressive songs, but only in 2001-2002 did he find his niche within the hard-style genre that was developing in the Netherlands and Italy. Among his most important productions is his releases on Stik, Zoom, Wicked, Sound Barrier, GM04, and others. He also took part of some of the most important compilations of that genre in the whole world
In 2009, he enrolled in the “Midi e Fonia” course at the Saint Louis College of Music where he obtained his Diploma in 2011. He participated in various events as a sound engineer and back-liner through the “Dal Vivo” service owned by Alberto Recchia. He worked at various clubs and theaters such as The Place, Clockwork, Latin Café, Argentina Theater, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Verdi Theater Florence, and many more. He also participated in an internship as a dubbing sound engineer at Dubbing Brothers Group.
Since 2015, he has been doing his artistic work within the same genre. Various important labels will be realeasing his tracks.
In 2012, he became part of the Saint Louis staff and since 2014 he has been teaching Acoustic Physics and other courses in “Midi and Fonia” while he collaborating in the teaching of Midi and music production.