Das Schloss am Meere and is currently graduating in Basso continuo in organ and harpischord repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries at Padua Conservatoire with Roberto Loreggian, with a thesis on Carlo Ambrogio Lonati. His musicology dissertation, consisting of the critical edition of a viennese serenata of Giovanni Bononcini, L’Euleo festeggiante nel ritorno d’Alessandro Magno dall’Indie, was welcomed in Giovanni Bononcini opera omnia edition led by Fondazione Arcadia of Milan and is now in print. Correspondent from Bologna for Amadeus and collaborator of Tagliavini Collection of Bologna, he contributes to specialistic periodicals and writes for Brilliant e CPO labels. His PhD project, entitled "Le sonate per violino e basso, punto di partenza per la riscoperta di Carlo Ambrogio Lonati", is tutored by Prof. Marco Beghelli, Prof. Nicola Badolato and Prof. José María Domínguez Rodríguez.
Musicologist and keyboardist specialised in early music performance, Federico Lanzellotti graduated in Piano with a thesis on Richard Strauss’