Simone Pappalardo graduated cum laude in electroacoustic music at Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome with M° Giorgio Nottoli.
His research starts from the timbre and explores, through electronic lutherie instruments, interactive performances and Sound Art installations, the physical processes that generate it. The resonances of matter are stimulated and activated in particular by Physical Computing processes and through the use of electromagnetic fields.
His work has been presented at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Imprudences Festival in Paris, Sound and Music Conference in Hamburg, Passegen Festival in Cologne, Beijing Conservatory for the Musicacoustica Festival, Academy of Romania, American Academy for the Nuova Consonanza Festival, Museum Macro in Rome, Buenos Aires Globe Theater, Artefiera Bologna, Festival delle 5 giornate in Milan, EMUfest, Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome,
Biennale of young Mediterranean artists in Athens, the Irish sound science and technology association Festival, the New York electronic music festival, Digital Life- Romaeuropa Festival, Media Art festival, Les Amplitudes at la chaux de fond, Ars Electronica of Linz, National Gallery of Umbria, Macba of Bologna, Real Accademia de Espana.
In 2017 he was a resident artist at the Goethe-Institut in Berlin. In 2016 with the Murmur installation. LC librans won the Media Art Festival award at the MAXXI Museum in Rome. In 2008 with the composition hyde - for piano stimulated by electromagnetic impulses he won a special mention at the National Arts Award.