Andrea Proietti in 2007 enrolled in the Rock / Blues Guitar Diploma course at the Saint Louis College of Music.
In 2010, his passion for computer science and music technologies led him to enroll in the course of Sound Engineering of Saint Louis College of Music and graduated in 2012 with full marks.
Since 2011 he has been recording, mixing and mastering for various independent artists including: Manu PHL, Smania Uagliuns, Debbit, P40 and TheRivati and collaborates as a sound engineer and MIDI programmer with composers engaged in writing music for theater, TV and cinema.
From 2013 to 2016 he worked as a sound engineer at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma in the places of the Teatro Costanzi, Teatro Nazionale and Terme di Caracalla, where he has the opportunity to cover the role of sound engineer in multiple events, Pro Tools operator for recordings of the resident orchestra, MIDI programmer for John Adams' work "I was looking at the Ceiling and then I saw the Sky" collaborating with Mark Gray and also carries out Sound Design works for works such as: Nabucodonosor, Ernani and Manon Lescaut (directed by Riccardo Muti), Tosca (Baths of Caracalla), L’enfant et Les sortileges, L’heure espagnole, Madama Butterfly (Baths of Caracalla) and for the ballet The carnival of animals.
Since 2015 he has been a teacher of Music and MIDI Technologies in the courses dedicated to composers, musicians and sound technicians at the Saint Louis College of Music and deals with the management of all the computer systems of the classrooms used for teaching these subjects, continuing at the same time the sound engineer and MIDI programmer.