The story of Lele Battista in brief
songwriter, musician and producer, was born in Milan in 1975. Voice and leader of the dissolved La Sintesi, with these came to the stage of Sanremo with the song Ho mangiato la mia ragazza.
He has 5 albums to his credit, two with La Sintesi (The Romantic Hero and A Curious Case) and three as a soloist.
In 2009 he wrote the soundtrack for Lo stallo, a Silvia Ferreri’s film.
In 2010 LeLe is part, together with Megahertz and Gaetano Cappa, of the resident band of Morgan’s TV show Invece no, on Deejay Tv. In 2011, again with Gaetano Cappa, he is half of the Gigantevskij duo, the “canned” mini-band of Platinette’s daily TV show Good Evening, also on Deejay Tv.
He accompanies Morgan as a live musician on the tour that follows the release of Italian Songbook vol. 2.
In 2013 she collaborates in the realization of Sheepwolf, Violante Placido’s second album, after sharing with her the stage of Nel while touring over 20 concerts in which the two artists duet on songs from the repertoire of both.
In 2014 she will play the role of music producer for X Factor working closely with Morgan, with whom she has had a working relationship for several years.
She teaches singing and piano in a music school for children and young people with autistic disorders.
Since 2011 he manages in Milan “Le Ombre studio” music production center in which he produces and realizes music projects by various artists including:
Violante Placido, Mauro Ermanno Giovanardi, Morgan, Gary Dourdan, Fabio Cinti, Alessandra Contini, Il fieno, I’m not a blonde, Martinelli, Lorenzo Palmeri, Margherita Zanin.
In 2018 he accompanied Mauro Ermanno Giovanardi on the tour of “La mia generazione”.
He participated as a musician at the Luxembourg contemporary art biennial, performing in a musical performance together with the designer Lorenzo Palmeri at the Mudam (museum of contemporary art of Luxembourg).
In 2019 he worked as author and producer on the soundtrack of the play “The last king of porn” by Alessandro Onorato.
Fluent English and French, a license in theory and solfeggio obtained at the Luca Marenzio Conservatory in Brescia.