Stefano Paparozzi was born in Rome in 1986.


He graduated in Composition at Conservatorio Ottorino Respighi in Latina, and attended short and long masterclasses with Ivan Fedele, Beat Furrer, Luis Bacalov, and others. His works have been performed in various festivals and concerts.

He took a break from composing for some years, during which he moved near Venice and wrote several short stories and a novel. He went back composing in 2018.


His new works have been selected in various calls for scores and performed worldwide: “As Above, so Below”, “A Chord Chart” and “What I Hear After Some Time Among the People” for Red Note Noisy Nights in Glasgow; “Amor” for the Dante Alighieri project by ARCoPU; "Mandala" for Contempus (Pedagogical Guide for teaching contemporary piano music) research project; “musica minima #4” for Tage Neuer Musik 2020 in Regensburg; “D’Amore” for Flauto D’Amore Project; “What  Dwells Inside a Breath” for #60secondsofaccordion; “A Seal Upon Thine Heart” for Bach’n Eggs.

His piece “Tenuto” won the First Prize at the 2020 edition of the Prix Annelie de Man in Amsterdam, and was premiered by Ere Lievonen and Anne Veinberg.

In 2021, his piece “Sursum corda” won the Third Prize at Over the Rainbow. Compositions for Human Rights in Vienna.


He runs the YouTube's channel S.P.'s score videos, committed to the distribution and sharing of Music for study purpose.