Federico Lazzaro holds two PhDs in musicology (Università di Pavia and Université de Montréal) and is presently an FRQSC post-doctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa. His main area of research is music in France during the first half of the 20th century, with a special focus on artistic migration, nationalism, music and sport, the aesthetics of modernity and music criticism.
His more relevant publications include articles on Monteverdi’s Orfeo in the 20th century, Carlo Gesualdo, Debussy, Ravel, Jolivet, Rota, and music and sport. His book Écoles de Paris en musique. Identités, nationalisme, cosmopolitisme (Paris, Vrin) is forthcoming. He is also preparing two collections about, respectively, records and radio in French-speaking countries until 1950 (co-edited with Michel Duschesneau, Paris, Vrin) and artistic migration in Paris during the Third Republic (co-edited with Steven Huebner, New York, Peter Lang).