Davide Dileo

Davide Dileo, born in Turin in 1974, is a multifaceted artist with a career spanning 25 years in the music industry. Best known by his stage name Boosta, he is a musician, DJ, composer, producer, and sound artist. Dileo co-founded the renowned band Subsonica and serves as its keyboardist, contributing to the creation of eight platinum albums that have collectively sold over 50 million copies worldwide.

Throughout his illustrious career, Dileo has engaged in diverse collaborations, working with iconic figures such as Mina, Placebo, and Depeche Mode. His musical versatility extends beyond contemporary genres, as evidenced by the success of his electronic and piano album "Facile," which not only entered classical music charts but also received widespread acclaim on major international channels in 2021.

In addition to his musical endeavors, Dileo has ventured into the realm of visual arts. In 2021, he inaugurated his first exhibition space in Turin, named Davide_Dileo_Cabinet. This innovative space serves as a platform for exploring sound as a transformative art medium, reflecting Dileo's commitment to pushing artistic boundaries.

The following year marked the global release of his six-part album "Post Piano Session" under his own label, Torino Recording Club. This ambitious project was performed in prestigious venues worldwide, ranging from the Servant Jazz Quarter in London to Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome.

Dileo's artistic impact extends beyond the confines of traditional music venues. His works have been showcased and performed in renowned institutions such as Teatro della Scala and OGR, often in collaboration with acclaimed artists and performers like Roberto Bolle. Through his creations, Dileo seeks to embody the convergence of sound, space, and culture, offering audiences a 360° immersive experience that transcends traditional artistic boundaries. ​