Born in Cagliari, he began studying music and piano at the age of six.
At the age of 10, he won the piano competition ‘Premio Gramsci’ and then continued his studies at the conservatory in his hometown where he graduated Cum Laude. During the ‘Accademia di Cagliari’ in 2006, he distinguished himself among the bests students and the Zygmunt Zaleski Association awarded him a scholarship, so he left to live in France to continue his studies at the Ecole Normale Cortot in Paris to study with artists of international statures, such as Ludmila Berlinskaia, Jean-Marc Luisada, Caroline Sageman, Nina Patarcec.
He was chosen by Caroline Sageman as an assistant professor in her piano class at the Erik Satie Conservatory Zaleski Association will later give him a second scholarship. He played at the Salle Munch, Salle Cortot, Yamaha Center in Paris, Toy Museum in Colmar (concerts in memory of Sviatoslav Richter) receiving enthusiastic reviews by the local press.
He studied with Franco Scala during his masterclasses in Torino and Cagliari, with Bruno Canino, Tamas Vesmas and He was awarded a scholarship by the Accademia di musica di Cagliari for advanced masters in the class of Enrico Pace. He continued to perfect his studies at the Schola Cantorum in Paris, graduating with the congratulations of the jury. He was chosen by Trinity Laban College of London as the winner of the Total Scholarship for the 2015-16 academic year.
Invited by Streingraeber § Sohne he made his debut in Germany in February 2015 for a Duo concert with Japanese pianist Kozue Takeda, at the Kammermukiksaal, Steingraeber Haus Bayreuth, for the series ‘Young Masters Pianists’.
Under the guidance of Gabriella Mereu he performs as a solite with the Orchestra Sinfonica Palestrina (Auditorium Comunale di Cagliari) in the Double Concerto for piano and orchestra by Max Bruch, he has also performed in a selection of works for piano and orchestra by Busoni and he is regularly invited by Conservatorio di Cagliari to perform during the summer festival “Notturni di note” in Cagliari.
He collaborated with professor Mario Carraro in the historical-interpretative research project around the 32 Sonatas by L.V. Beethoven. His great passion for Baroque répertoire naturally led him to move to Brussels to study harpsichord and deeply explore it under the guidance of harpsichord master Frédérick Haas.