Composer, musician and sound designer interested in developing the possible combinations between electronic and acoustic sounds.
He begins playing clarinet at the age of 8, but a few years later the first Ramones album closes up definitely the age of clarinet to open the guitar season and the beginning of a new world.
From then on Teho collaborated with several artists like Blixa Bargeld (Einsturzende Neubauten), Girls Against Boys, Cop Shoot Cop, Lydia Lunch, Alexander Balanescu, Graham Lewis (Wire), Mick Harris, Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio, Mario Brunello, Jim Thirlwell and many others.
Teho is also one of the most active musicians involved with cinema, he created many soundtracks for important directors like Paolo Sorrentino, Andrea Molaioli, Daniele Vicari, Gabriele Salvatores, Guido Chiesa.
UK label Expanding records recently released the album "Soundtrack Works 2004-2008", it is a selective compilation of Teho's film music, which has won him many major awards and much critical acclaim. The album includes incidental music from the international hit and Cannes jury prizewinner “Il Divo” (by Paolo Sorrentino) for which he also won the Ennio Morricone prize at the Italia film festival. Ennio Morricone himself presented the prize to Teho and the Il Divo soundtrack went on to win the David di Donatello prize, the most important prize for music in Italian cinema.