Nicola Cappelletti (ITA/FRA) is an electroacoustic composer, sound artist and performer. After the junior studies of violin and a master degree in communication, that leaded him to work in the in the field of design, semiotics and visual communication, he graduated in Electronic Music and New Technologies at the F. Morlacchi Conservatory of Perugia (electroacoustic composition course). Winner of the VX Premio Nazionale delle Arti award (electroacoustic section), his artistic research focuses on the relationship between acoustic sound and electronic treatment, and also deals with audiovisual works, contemporary theatre, dance and poetry. As a composer, his works have been presented in many national and international festivals as ICMC, NYMCEF, OUA, Orizzonti, Bologna in Lettere, Encode, Dancity. As a performer, he performs live sets and radical improvisations for prepared violin and live electronics. He attended workshops and masterclasses with Curtis Roads, John Chowning, Bjarni Gunnarsson, Alberto Novello, Carmine Emanuele Cella, Nicolas Bernier, Nicholas Isherwood, Marko Ciciliani. He’s part of the Electroacoustic Research collective A23 and the contemporary music Ensemble Opificio Sonoro.