Luca Stasi is an Italian composer and drummer, born and raised in Como (Milan).
He started his training in music studying piano, drums and percussions with great names of the Italian musical industry like Federico Paulovich (Destrage) and Tony Arco (Bob Mintzer, Billy Cobham, Tony Scott, Nick The Nightfly, Franco Cerri, Enrico Intra). Over the years he continued his formation attending classes in music theory and harmony with Filadelfo Castro (producer, composer and arranger for Pooh, Gatto Panceri, Dodi Battaglia) and studying guitar and bass guitar as autodidact.
His professional experience as a composer started writing music for bands and artists like Out Of The Edge, NIIIK and Mimì Fitzgerald, where he had the chance to deal with either composition and music production.
After some experiences as a composer for short films, he began the study of Film Music attending the class CSC LAB – Film Music at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia (National School for Cinematic Arts), where he had the chance to study with great names of Italian film music (Andrea Guerra, Pivio, Paolo Buonvino, Nicola Piovani). Than he continued his studies with the Italian composer Andrea Grant (The Letter, The Good Italian, Graybeard).
As a consequence of that experiences, he worked with directors from Rome and Milan on quite some short films like “Eaten” by Lorenzo Sparacio, “Una Tradizione di Famiglia” by Giuseppe Cardaci (starring Ivano Marescotti, Matilde Gioli and Erica del Bianco) and “Red Moon” (a Campari short film screened at the 76th Venice International Film Festival) by Davide Salucci.
SOME OF MY WORKS
UNA TRADIZIONE DI FAMIGLIA
Dir. by Giuseppe Cardaci
Starring Matilde Gioli, Ivano Marescotti and Erica Del Bianco
Dir. by Davide Salucci
One of the Campari Short-film serie "The Red Hour", screened at the 76th Venice International Film Festival