Music Producer, pianist and researcher, Ítalo Araújo has a degree in music by the UFS (Federal University of Sergipe - Aracaju, Brazil), master's degree in ethnomusicology by music school of the UFBA (Federal University of Bahia - Salvador, Brazil) and he is currently getting the doctoral degree in ethnomusicology from the University of Aveiro in Portugal. He taught keyboard at the Conservatory of Music of Sergipe (Aracaju, Brazil) in the year 2010 to 2012, with return as a teacher in the year 2015 until the end of the year 2016. Currently, he develops his solo career as pianist with the project of Brazilian instrumental music - Ítalo Neno Trio – “Batuca Piano”. In addition, he participated in groups in Portugal and Brazil related to its proposal for a thesis on the practice of creation-performance shared in music. As a teacher, he worked at the Conservatory of Music of Sergipe in the area of music theory and keyboard, alongside ministering classes and special courses for piano and harmony, ministering also workshops on various topics, such as improvisation, arrangement, among others. As a music producer, he has already developed several jobs, mainly in Brazilian music and Gospel and is currently responsible for the musical direction and accompanies some regional and national singers of Brazil.