Federico Coderoni

Media composer, music producer, sound artist
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Federico Coderoni is a media composer, music producer and sound artist. From traditional notation to the unknown side of sound, he shapes music as a language to communicate with the most intimate level of people. He began studying keyboard, piano and singing at the age of six. Growing up, he played in many bands of different genres, starting with covers of classic rock idols, then creating his first original pop/rock music. Influenced by the indie rock phenomenon of the early 2000s, he bought his first synthesizers and sequencers. He began his real voyage into electronic music and virtual orchestration throughout his undergraduate years.

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After finishing high school, he chose to attend the University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’. During his experience in the Sound Science course, he was able to gain many skills in audio post-production and sound synthesis acquiring technical knowledge directly addressed to hands-on experience.

During those years, he became acquainted with computer music and the world of sound synthesis. Because of this change of perspective, in 2012, he decided to divert his studies in 2012 to the course of Composition of Electroacoustic Music at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia. There, he had the opportunity to learn from masters such as Giorgio Nottoli, Michelangelo Lupone, Riccardo Santoboni, Enrico Cosimi, and Silvio Relandini. 

From 2012 to 2016 he was a student gaining professional experience as a sound engineer and full-time music producer at Cosecomuni Recording Studio, label of the Italian band Velvet. This period radically evolved him as a professional: on a typical day, he’d go to electroacoustic lessons in the morning to understand how a circuit works, then to the studio and spend hours utilising analogue equipment in the afternoon. Also, in those years, he specialized in virtual orchestrations and sound design, developing a combination of cutting-edge technical skills, music production and composition.

Soon after graduating from the Conservatory, he moved to Berlin in 2016 where he works collaborating with media production companies, filmmakers and artists from all over the world. In 2018, he received a SIAE scholarship to pursue an advanced diploma in sound engineering and music production at dBs Music Berlin Academy.

Artistic Career

Following several experiences as a keyboardist in the panorama of emerging independent bands in Rome, he was involved in the band Velvet as a keyboardist as well as a producer in their label in 2012, effectively entering the Italian record market and the world of film music. He collaborated with Cosecomuni to write an original song for the film Italian Race (2016), directed by Matteo Rovere and starring Stefano Accorsi. At the same time, he composed several theme songs for RAI radio and television programs.

Once in Berlin, he worked with Los Angeles-based director Tancredi Di Paola, for whom he composed the original score for the short films “Mama” (2018) and “83rd Street” (2018), starring Tamar Pelzig.

His works have been selected to be part of the soundtracks for different media productions. Prominent among them are Fandango, 01 Distribution, SONY Pictures, Netflix, Amazon, ABC, FOX, RAI, SKY, ZDF, TIMVision.

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Productions and Collaborations

He works closely with filmmakers and content creators from various backgrounds. He composes bespoke music for brands such as Bvlgari, Panasonic, Huawei, René Caovilla, Marriott, Belmond, Gambero Rosso, Pacific High, and many worldwide travel organisations.

He boasts his involvement as composer and sound artist by local artists and institutions such as Staatsballett Berlin and Chamaeleon Theatre, to create original music and sound art in support of contemporary performances.

In 2019, an artistic partnership with choreographer Arshak Ghalumyan was born. Since then, he has been working shoulder-to-shoulder with him on contemporary dance performances with original music and intra-European productions.

In August 2022, he composed music for the installation Testament Of Bucha, in support of Ukrainian victims of war crimes. The exhibition took place in George-Grosz-Platz, Berlin between August and September the same year.

In March 2023, the Berlin State Opera (Staatsoper Unter Den Linden) hosted the world premiere of his music for the dance piece “Encounter,” which was performed by Staatliche Ballettschule Berlin.

His original music and AI video composition “Meət,” a Ballet Entertainment production supported by Ströer, was performed by Iana Salenko and Oleksandr Shpak and premiered at the Green Tech Festival 2023.

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