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Andrea Laino plays electric guitar since the age of 16.
He grows up as a self-taught musician with a particular liking for hard rock and post-punk. In 2006 he graduates at DAMS (Department for Art, Music and Entertainment), Bologna University, with a thesis on Ethnomusicology.
He improves his musical skills studying jazz guitar and musical improvisation, taking part in lessons and workshops of some of the major contemporary musicians such as Fabrizio Puglisi, Ken Vandemark, Dave Douglas, Eugene Chadbourne, Phil Minton, Achille Succi, Roberto Cecchetto, Garrison Fewell, Walter Prati, Matteo Pennese, Massimo Falascone, Roberto Dani, Salvatore Sciarrino and Domenico Caliri.
In 2009 he published “Demetrio Stratos e il teatro della voce” for Auditorium Edizioni.
Actually he compose music for theatre and go deepest in the study and practice of improvisation in contemporary music, blues and american folk music.