Born in 1982, he graduates as a pianist at 19 and makes his debut as soloist with the orchestra playing “Paganini-Rhapsody” op. 43 by Sergej Rachmaninov. Shortly after he attended masterclasses with M° Boris Petrushanskij and graduated as “Professore d’Orchestra” at l’Accademia del Teatro Alla Scala and Solorepetitor at Teatro “A. Belli” di Spoleto e Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, with Marco Boemi, Enza Ferrari, Bob Kettelson, Bo Price e Bruno Rigacci as supervisors.
Nel 2005 was chosen as Generalbass player and assistant conductor by Federico Maria Sardelli. He took a concert at Hochschule für Alte Musik di Trossingen, praised by specialist Rolf Lieslevand and was hired by Deutsche Grammophon e Naïve for the recording project of some works by Haendel e Vivaldi, especially for the preparation of variations in da capo arias. Nel 2010 he was invited by the University of Pretoria (Sudafrica) to take a concert-lesson su “L’Elisir D’Amore” di Gaetano Donizetti.
He worked until 2015 with Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto, Solorepetitor and teacher together with such artists as Raina Kabaiwanska, Renato Bruson, Luis Alva, Sonia Ganassi, Norma Fantini; in this Institute he also taught Baroque Music and Praxis and conducted works by Lully, Lalande, Carissimi, Couperin.
He graduated in conducting with Donato Renzetti in January 2016, he conducted in the same year “Pagliacci” di Ruggiero Leoncavallo at Theatre “Boris Pokrovsky” in Moscow.
In 2017 he won first prize at the International Composition Contest “Comunità Evangelica Luterana” from Naples with a chamber work for actor and ensemble. In 2019 he worked as a pianist for the Masterclasses of Mariella Devia, Leo Nucci, Michele Mariotti at Milan Conservatory, and worked at Teatro “Petruzzelli” in Bari as Korrepetitor for “Die Walkűre”.