Federico Vaona was born on October 30, 1973 in Milan. He started playing the piano at the age of 6 and attended the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. While studying electronics and psychology at La Sapienza University in Rome, his great passion has always been to combine musical composition with electronics and computers. He began his musical career with his father, record producer and composer Danilo Vaona, as a programmer and sound engineer. Since 1992 he has collaborated in several television programs with the production company Europroducciones. He began to produce and direct the music for programs such as Día a día with María Teresa Campos on Telecinco, Peque Prix, presented by Ramón García and Espejo Secreto presented by Norma Duval on the national channel TVE1. In the following years, together with Danilo Vaona, he composed and produced music for programs such as De Domingo a Domingo, Grand Prix del verano, Hay una carta para ti, Lo show dei record. In 2001 he composed the main theme for El secreto (soap opera), sung by the Mexican actor and singer Eduardo Capetillo. In 2006 he creates his own record label Aguarecords and achieves the number 1 in top sales of iTunes Electronica Spain with his first production, the album of Gregorian chants and electronic music Mystico in 2007. Since 2010 he collaborates with American production companies in Los Angeles as musical director for the 57th and 60th Anniversary galas of the Young Musicians Foundation (YMF) at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California and with soundtracks for films, short films and trailers for the production companies KS Pictures1617 and the International Management Agency (IMA). On September 23, 2017, he receives the Hollywood Weekly Film Festival award for best soundtrack for the film The Mason Brothers in Los Angeles, California.

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