Graduated in Violin, Choral music and choir conduction, Composition and Electronic Music, Massimo Biasoni was born in Trento - the city where he lives - in 1963. He studied composition with Armando Francheschini at his hometown Conservatory, then improving himself under Armando Gentilucci and Giacomo Manzoni for composition, Alvise Vidolin and Paolo Zavagna for electronic music. Distinguished in various courses of composition, in 1985 he gained the first prize at the international contest "Premio Valentino Bucchi" in Rome. He composed orchestral and chamber music, for traditional and electronic instruments, music for theater and video, collaborating also with writers like Giulio Mozzi and Maurizio Maggiani. His pieces were recorded on CD, transmitted by Radio RAI, by Spanish national radio and other broadcasting stations, executed during important manifestations like “World Music Days” (ISCM) in Yokohama, “Synthèse” acoustoelectronic music festival in Bourges, L.I.M. festival in Madrid, “Sonopolis” in Venice, Teatro Argentina in Rome, Festival Musica ‘900 in Trento and many others. Recently his piece “l’amour outragè” resulted the finalist at the international contest of acoustoelectronic music “Miniatures” promoted by “Confluencias” festival in Huelva. Winner of a competition, he is the holder of the chair of “General Music Culture” at “Boccherini” institute in Lucca.