Beatrice Goldoni was born in Venice (where she lives) in 1973.
At 14 she started studying music at B. Marcello Conservatory of Venice for 5 years (transvers flute), then, around 20, at Thelonious Monk Jazz School of Venice. (Transvers flute, saxophone and electric bass)
During the university (she has been student at Philosophy University of Venice) she began feeling a strong passion for sound in each tip of forms, so she studied as sound engineer in Bologna at Accademia del Cinema (www.accademiadelcinema.it) where she started learning techniques for recording, miking, sampling and mixing.
She achieved a diploma in sound engineering in 1998.
He holds a degree with honours on Philosophy at Ca’ Foscari, University of Venice, with a thesis in Language’s Philosophy, on Ludwig Wittgenstein, and a Master in Gender Studies at Statale University of Milan.
At the moment, (since 2006 till now) as a street educator and social operator for Young Politicians for the Municipality of Venice, she manages the public rehearsal room of the city (Sala Monteverdi), taking care about young musicians and giving them technical support and involving them in cultural /artistic projects and events in the territory, like for example Toolkit Festival, Schiume Festival and Electrocamp, festivals of electronic music and performing arts that take place every year in Venice, in which she also performed as electronic musician.