Born in Milan in 1952 where he studied at the G.Verdi Conservatory: bassoon, double bass and percussion. He has written songs for artists such as Mia Martini, Mina, Ornella Vanoni, Al Bano, Riccardo Fogli, Eros Ramazzotti, Antonello Venditti, Renato Zero, Josh Groban, Placido Domingo and Miguel Bose.
MF in 2017 leaves Siae and becomes a SOUNDREEF author.
Release of "Alt" by Renato Zero with seven tracks by Maurizio Fabrizio (2016).
Concert at Scala Theatre in Milan for Six Percussionists and Piano "L’Eterno Divenire" (2015).
"Forever" for "La Grande Bellezza" by P.Sorrentino, winner of the Golden Globe for best foreign film and winner at Academy Awards(2014).
Composer of three songs sung by Placido Domingo for the album "Amore Infinito". New album "L’Arte dell’Incontro" by Maurizio Fabrizio and Katia Astarita (2013).
Album realization "Così è se mi pare" by Angelo Branduardi (2011).
Performance in Milan Duomo of "Everyman", Morality Play for Soli, Orchestra, Chorus and Reciting voices with Mango, Laura Valente, Angelo Branduardi, Katia Astarita and Omero Antonutti (2010).
Participation in the Due Mondi Festival in Spoleto with Il Miracolo delle Canzoni (2010).
Renato Zero’s new album "Zerovskij" comes out, including nine songs by Maurizio Fabrizio (September 2017).
The digital CD "Il grande campione" from the homonymous Musical comes out, performed by Massimo Ranieri, signed by Maurizio Fabrizio and Guido Morra (November 2017).
2018: Italian tour of the show "I migliori anni della nostra vita".
2019: release of the album "4 pezzi facili". 2021: single release "The love you don’t believe in" starring Sal Da Vinci.
2021: release in december of the albums "Destino" and "Classique", the collection of classical compositions by Maurizio Fabrizio, produced and directed by Maestro Donato Renzetti.
2021: production of the single “Cancion perdida” sung by Katia Astarita and Toquinho.
Album realization "Senza Spina" by Angelo Branduardi (2009).
"I Migliori Anni della Nostra Vita", song for "Il Divo" by P.Sorrentino. First performance at the Scala Theatre in Milan of "Il Mondo di Federico" for Six Percussionists (2008).
Third place at the Sanremo Festival with Piero Mazzocchetti with "Schiavo d’Amore". First performance at the Scala Theatre in Milan of "Kao" for Six Percussionists (2007).
Album realization "Canto Perchè Non So Nuotare..da 40 Anni" by Massimo Ranieri (2006).
Elisa reinterprets "Almeno Tu nell’Universo", the BMI Award victory with "Un’Emozione Per Sempre" by Eros Ramazzotti and victory in Sanremo groups category with "Che Mistero È l’Amore" sung by Nicki Nicolai with Stefano Di Battista (2005 ).
"Che Fantastica Storia È La Vita" by Antonello Venditti (2004).
Composer of musical "Il Grande Campione" with Massimo Ranieri and "Rodolfo Valentino" with Raffaele Paganini (1999-2002).
Third place at the Sanremo Festival with "Sempre" sung by Lisa. First execution in Treviso of the Cantata for Mezzosoprano and Orchestra for "Le Terre Assai Lontane" (1998).
Sanremo Festival: third place for "Strano il mio destino" sung by Giorgia. In the same year "È La Mia Vita" sung by Al Bano and "Romanzo" sung by Riccardo Fogli (1996).
"I Migliori Anni della Nostra Vita" by Renato Zero (1995).
Composer, arranger and producer of various italian artists (1989-1994).
Production of three albums by Rossana Casale (1986-1988).
Victory at the Sanremo Festival Young Category with "Grande Grande Amore" by Lena Biolcati (1985).
Victory at the Sanremo Festival with "Sarà Quel che Sarà" by Tiziana Rivale. In the same year "Acquarello" by Toquinho and "Bravi Ragazzi" by Miguel Bose (1983).
Victory at the Sanremo Festival with "Storie di Tutti i Giorni" Riccardo Fogli. Music for the movie "Il Buon Soldato" by Franco Brusati presented at the Venice Film Festival (1982).
"Che ne sai" and "Malinconia" sung by Riccardo Fogli was major success as author. "Luna" and "Semplice" by Gianni Togni as arranger (1979-1981).
Arranger for many Italian artists (1975-1978).
Composition of "Almeno Tu nell’Universo", which will be engraved in 1989 by Mia Martini (1974).
First songs recorded by Francoise Hardy, Gigliola Cinquetti, Dik Dik and also as arranger first collaborations with Angelo Branduardi and Mia Martini (1969-1973).