After majoring in Philosophy, Dante Tanzi went on to study composition, musical informatics, electroacoustic music and interpretation of the acousmatic repertory. From 1985 to 2009 he worked at L.I.M., the Musical Informatics Laboratory of the University of Milan. Besides taking an active part in the many cultural and artistic initiatives of the laboratory, he has participated in research projects and attended international conferences. He also published essays on CTheory, Leonardo Music Journal, Leonardo, Cogito, Crossings, De Musica, Organised Sound and Contemporary Music Review. Since 1988, Dante Tanzi's compositions have been performed in Italy and abroad: Zurich (Euromicro 1988), Moscow (Italia 2000 - 1988), Lugano (Computer Music Concert 1991) Montreal (ÉuCuE 2001), Paris (Palais de Tokyo 2006), Festival LICENCES Editions 2007, 2008 and 2009), Huddersfield (ICMC 2011), Flix (Nit Electro Sonora 2013), Crest (Festival Futura Editions from 2008 to 2013). Since 2012, he has been performing pieces of the acousmatic repertory on the acusmonium SATOR (Centro San Fedele, Milano) and on the acusmonium mobile AUDIOR.