Composition, music producer, songwriter and guitarist.
Lenny has graduated from the National Conservatory of Music ‘Luca Marenzio’ of Brescia (Northern Italy) under Maestro G. Fia, a former pupil of Andrès Segovia.
After working for 2 years as the resident composer of Swiss TV production company Polivideo SA, he moved to the UK and teamed up with British orchestrator/composer Guy Dagul (The Last Of The Mohicans, Cliffhanger, In The Name Of The Father), with whom he co-scored TV programmes and feature documentaries. One above all ‘The Storm That Drowned A City’, a documentary on Hurricane Katrina (‘The most definitive presentation to date’ - the Hollywood Reporter).
Programmes and documentaries featuring his music have been so far broadcast in America, UK, Italy, Switzerland, France, Portugal, Spain and China.
He has been fortunate enough to have his music performed at some of the best music venues of the world, including the Blue Note Club, Ronnie Scott's, the Auditorium Parco Della Musica of Rome. Lenny has also been commissioned to compose original music by institutions such as the renowned California Institute Of Technology (Caltech) and the Italian Paralympic Swimming Federation (FINP).
His catalogue comprises 300 compositions ranging from Classical to Jazz. As a performer, he appeared on prestigious stages such as the Ronnie Scott's, the Bush Hall, the Nanning International Folk Song Arts Festival (China), the main stage in Trafalgar Square and others.
Lenny has been teaching composition, music technology, theory and harmony at the Musica Nova Academy since 2007. He successfully prepared students for high Grade music theory Grade exams with ABRSM. His composition students have received acknowledgement from top music recording and publishing companies.