Luigi Ceccarelli studied electronic music and composition at the Conservatory of Pesaro with Walter Branchi and Guido Baggiani and from the ‘70s on he concentrated on musical composition with electro-acoustic technologies. In the late ‘70s he moved to Rome where he met Achille Perilli and Lucia Latour, with whom he worked on the relationship between music, visual arts and dance. Since then his work has been conducted both in the field of electro-acoustic music and that of musical theatre. Luigi Ceccarelli is a co-founder of the laboratory for the production of computer-based music “Edison Studio” in Rome and since 1979 he has been the Head of the department of Electronic Music at the Conservatory of Perugia. He has received numerous international awards including the Canadian OPUS prize, the Euphonie d’Or of the IMEB of Bourges and an UBU award.