Simone Cardini studies composition with A. Solbiati and F. Telli, piano with A. Torchiani; he participates in masterclasses and seminars held by I. Fedele, T. Hosokawa, P. Eötvös, M. Andre, T. Tulev, M. Lanza, M. Trojahn, D. Bermel, D. Przybylski, G. Westley, P. Mykietyn, P. Manoury, T. Murail.
His compositions have been played in Europe and USA in eminent expositions and festivals like ArteScienza (2012), Contemporanea (2013), Nuova Consonanza (2013, 2014, 2015), Rondò (2014), EMUFest (2015, 2016), NYCEMF (2015), Musiche in Mostra (2016), Festival Contrasti (2017), SICPP (2017) by performers like M. G. Bellocchio, T. Korhonen, G. Trovalusci, R. Piacentini, T. Saladino, G. Petrucci, S. Telari, G. M. Ciampa, A. Tallini and ensembles like Divertimento Ensemble, Imago Sonora, Thrensemble, Pentarte, Duo Essentia, PMCE, Orchestra Giovanile di Roma and they have been selected or awarded in competitions like AFAM (2014), Opus Dissonus (2015), NYCEMF (2015), P. Eötvös Contemporary Music Foundation (2016), International T. Korhonen Competition (2016), IWfYC (2016), International Competition Franco Evangelisti (2016), MotoContrario cfs (2017), Valentino Bucchi 37th ed. (2015), XVII International Competition Premio Trio di Trieste (2016), SICPP (2017) etc.
He collaborated as répétiteur and choir conductor to the research study Exploration of the effectiveness and transferability of an English model of health promotion based on participation in singing groups [...], developed by Elisabetta Corvo through Stephen Clift, director of the “Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health” – Canterbury Christ Church University – United Kingdom.
His paper Music and Architecture – Aesthetic and sociological implications has been published in the book Musica [&] Architettura, Nuova Cultura Ed. (2012).