Francesco Angiuli is born in Monopoli (South of Italy) where he started playing music at the age five, taking oboe, piano and finally bass. He started to play rock, jazz, pop and eletronic music very early with differents local bands; at the same time he was focusing on his classical studies of piano and double bass.
Graduated in classical double bass at Conservatorio Nino Rota, Monopoli (10/10 cum laude) with Master Michele Cellaro, and in Electric Bass at Percentomusica (Rome), he mooved to Holland in 2006, to study at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. He got graduated in 2006 ( 10/ 10 cum laude) and in March 2011 he got a Doctorate Degree with a thesis named Setting up my jazz workshop.
He studied with (among others):
John Patitucci, Eddie Gomez, Hervie S., Hein Van de Geyn, John Ruocco, Frans Van der Hoeven, Franco Petracchi, Ermanno Ferrari, Dave Liebman, Roelof Mejer, Henk Huzinga, Rob Van Bavel, Massimo Moriconi, Luca Pirozzi, Alex Milo, Paolo Ghetti, Gianfranco Gullotto, etc.
He played with (among others): Jim Mc Nelly, Steve Grossman, Mike Manieri, Toninho Horta, Teddy Charles, Philip Harper, Paul Jeffrey, Tommy Smith, John Ruocco, Emanuele Cisi, Max Ionata, John Betsch, Keith Tippet, Tom Kirkpatrick, Ernst Reijeseger, Pietro Tonolo, Gianluigi Trovesi, Stefano Battaglia, Eric Hallen, Reggie Moore, Jasper Soffers,Owen Hart Jr.,Juraj Stanik, Simon Rigter, Javier Girotto, Peter Beets, Piotr Wojtasik, Ettore Fioravanti, Erik Ineke, Tom Beek, Walter Wolff, Rembrandt Frerichs, Pino e Pietro Iodice, Andreas Fryland, Miguel Rodriguez, Gaetano Partipilo and many more.