Felix Marangoni is an Italian-Austrian born in Venice, graduated with full marks in Organ and Organ Composition and cum laude in Harpsichord at the Conservatories of Padua and Verona.

He graduated from Ca' Foscari University in Venice with a three-year degree cum laude in Artistic and Performing Arts Techniques (supervisor D. Bryant) with a thesis on Hans Leo Hassler's keyboard music and then, again cum laude, with a master's degree in Musicology and Musical Heritage (supervisor G. Morelli) with a thesis on Luca Marenzio's music in the Turin tablature (the largest collection of ancient keyboard music), published by the Il Levante specialised in ancient Italian keyboard repertoire. He also attended courses in Gregorian Chant held by G. Baroffio.

He was the winner of several competitions with prestigious juries: medal of the Presidency of the Senate of the Republic at the 'G. Giarda Prize' (Rome, 2001); third prize at the 'I International Johann Joseph Fux Competition of Baroque Organ Music of Southern Germany' (Austria, 2002); second prize overall (first prize not awarded) at the 'I International Buxtehude Organ Competition' in Lübeck (Germany, 2007); second prize overall (first prize not awarded) at the 'II International Organ Competition of Herford' (Germany, 2008).

His interest in Baroque and Renaissance music literature led him to attend numerous masterclasses with teachers H. Davidsson, H. Vogel, J. von Oortmerssen, G. Leonhardt, W. Porter, M. Radulescu, P. van Dijk, L. Lohmann, E. Bellotti, L. F. Tagliavini, L. Tamminga, A. Marcon, L. Ghielmi, at the Academies of Smarano (TN), Treviso, Pistoia, Alkmaar, Amsterdam (Holland) and GOArt Center at the University of Gothenburg (Sweden).

He participated as a juror in the "3rd International Johann Joseph Fux Competition" in Graz (Austria) and in 2013 he was invited as a discussant at the international conference Improvisation from 'cantare super librum' to partimenti held at the Fondazione G. Cini in Venice.

In addition to his soloistic activity, he is a continuist and member of various ensembles (Capella Marciana, Ensemble Tibicines, L'Arsenale, Göteborg Art Baroque, Coro Latomàs, Ensemble Hierophonia Vocalis) and his repertoire ranges from early to contemporary music.

His latest CD of the complete chorales of Gottfried August Homilius was awarded 5 Diapasons by the French magazine of the same name.

He is titular organist of the large three-manual Alsatian-style Dell'Orto-Lanzini organ in the church of San Giuseppe in Treviso.

He taught Organ Practice and Gregorian Chant at the Conservatories of Mantua and Trapani, and Aesthetics of Music, Philosophy of Music, Gregorian Chant and Semiography of Early Music at the Conservatory of Bologna. He has taught Organ at the Conservatories of Cosenza, Reggio Calabria and Trapani and currently holds the Chair of Organ at the Conservatorio "L. Marenzio" in Brescia.