Composer, Music Producer
Simone Giuliani is a renowned music producer, film composer, arranger and keyboard player living in Manhattan, New York. He was born in Florence, Italy.
He has worked on remixes for Beyoncé, Maxwell and Sia Furler.
He's a contributing writer of the book 'The Spiritual Significance Of Music' published by Xtreme Music in May 2011.
Simone composed music for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Spike Lee's "Humanity" project, CBS News, the movies “A Raisin In The Sun” (Golden Globe-nominated, featuring P. Diddy and John Stamos), "Blindspot" and the best-selling CD Café del Mar.
Since 2007 he has been joining forces with Grammy Award-winner producer Jason Olaine for Concord Music Group, working on rare live recordings of Miles Davis Quintet, Dave Brubeck, Sarah Vaughan, Dizzy Gillespie and Louis Armstrong among others.
He's the co-creator of acts Racoon and Lazybatusu. They appeared in more than 300 electronic compilations released worldwide.
He is currently recording and producing Sambismo, a project with Zé Luis Oliveira [Caetano Veloso] and Béco Dranoff [Bebel Gilberto].