Emanuele Savagnone, born in Rome in 1997, learned violin and piano as a child and received his first composition lessons from Giovanni Piazza at the age of ten. He played violin in the youth orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome from 2006-2016. In 2009, at twelve, he became a composition student with Matteo D'Amico at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia.
He then began further studies in composition with Sidney Corbett at the Musikhochschule Mannheim. During his studies he already had the opportunity to meet renowned composers at seminars and masterclasses. At the same time he took the opportunity to receive basic training in other musical areas such as orchestral conducting and singing. His work experience consists ofcomposition, teaching and choral conducting.
His works have been performed in Italian and German festivals and in relevant institutional settings. Among the most relevant occasions in 2014 is the performance by the Junior Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia of his work Visioni at the Christmas concert of the Camera dei Deputati on the television channel Rai 5.
Among his activities in 2019 are the premiere of his Steel glare at the Accademia Filarmonica Romana, the award of a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), winning one of the publication prizes for the piece Steel glare at the Impronta 1st Composition Competition 2019 and his first portrait concert at the Reate Festival 2019, which included a conversation with a young audience and received enthusiastic reviews from the local press; the online music magazine Quinte Parallele published an interview with him on this occasion as well.
Thematically, several of his works were influenced by his studies of classical literature and classical philology.
He is currently also a student of Classical Literature (Lettere Classiche) at the Università di Roma La Sapienza.