Matteo Buzzanca is an Italian composer, songwriter and producer.
He composed songs for some of the most important Italian artists such as Max Gazzè, Luca Carboni, Amanda Lear, Patty Pravo, Marco Mengoni, Malika Ayane, Emma Marrone, Francesca Michielin, Giusy Ferreri, Noemi, Zero Assoluto and TV Shows such as XFactor and The Voice of Italy hitting various gold and platinum albums.
In 2015 he realizes his own electro-pop project TEODORF producing and mixing in London with Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros, Moby, Dave Gahan).
He recently collaborated with “L’Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio” in composing the original soundtrack of the movie “Pitza e datteri” by Fariborz Kamkari and scored the debut film "Non c'è tempo per gli eroi" by Andrea Mugnaini.
Matteo Buzzanca’s music has been featured in many theatrical plays such as “Callas” at Teatro Litta in Milan, documentaries, short films, commercials, and web-series.
His musical approach well matches the art world too and already supported important exhibitions and art installations in many different museum such as Mart museum in Rovereto ("Il bello e la bestia", "Mitomacchina"), Biennale di Venezia, Triennale di Milano, ARS Sicilia and Castel Beseno.
Matteo Buzzanca graduated with honors in “Musica Applicata” at Conservatorio F. Venezze in Rovigo and attended seminars in film music with Ennio Morricone and Luis Bacalov at Accademia Chigiana in Siena.
Besides his producer activity, Matteo is now teaching “Sounds for movies” at SAE Institute in Milan.