Dionigi started to learn and study music at the age of 7 playing the Pianoforte. However after listening and studying Keith Emerson and EL&P, he decided to move to the Organ and after that Synth. Dionigi continued with his synth and is now a live electronic performer and composer of commercial music for movies, advertising as well as producing original techno works through his alter ego - Anominimo.
Marco Facchin is a multi-Gold-Award winning musician, composer and producer. He studied organ, harpsichord and composition in Verona, Boston and Amsterdam. Whilst being active as a performer in the international Early Music scene, Marco pursued a parallel career as pop-rock producer and film-music composer. He has performed around the globe, and collaborated with different artists in multiple genres.
Philippe is a producer, composer, guitarist and programmer whose arranged and produced music for numerous leading French and international artists including Ray Charles, Gino Vanelli and Afrika Bambaata. His credits include films such as 'Un Fauteuil Pour Deux' and 'Les Ombres De La Cite'. Philippe also has 20 years experience as a studio session guitarist and has done numerous tours for major artists, many of Philippe's tracks are use in Film, Radio and TV.
Since graduating from Surrey University with a first in Creative Music Technology (BMus), Stefan has been working freelance as a composer for film and television. Stefan has a range of compositional experience from online series to television commercials and has orchestrated for Hollywood composer Trevor Rabin. Most recently, a selection of Stefan’s music has been selected for the ninth episode of The Grand Tour.
Tony is an experienced composer who has written extensively for film and television, computer games and more. His TV shows include the famous cop duo "Dazliel & Pascoe", the fantasy world of "The New Worst Witch", the BAFTA winning science fiction series "The Tomorrow People", thriller "The Cursed" and most recently an online murder detective drama called "Aftermath" for Fractured films.