Simone Giordano began his music career as a trumpet player, studying at the same time electronic and electrical engineering. Afterwards he got interested in electronic music, particularly in the creation of virtual imaginary soundscapes and in the composition of acousmatic music, both stereo and multichannel. He’s currently pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Electronic Music at METS-Conservatorio di Cuneo, in Italy, under the guidance of Gianluca Verlingieri, Francesco Canavese and Simone Conforti. He also attended masterclasses, among the others, with Jonty Harrison (University of Birmingham), Yannick Hofmann (ZKM Karlsruhe) and Elliott Sharp. His projects include a composition for guitar and electronics and a piece for a performance during an exhibition of masterpieces of Italian informal art of the Fifties and Sixties, from the collection of the Turin Modern Art Gallery. Recently he took part at the Next_Generation_8.0 Festival performing in the Kubus at ZKM Karlsruhe.