Born in Piacenza, he studied composition under the guidance of Carlo Alessandro Landini and Barbara Rettagliati, focusing on the German repertoire, with particular attention to the theatrical and symphonic works of late 19th and 20th-century composers.
He furthered his education by participating in masterclasses and advanced courses with Giorgio Colombo Taccani, Oscar Strasnoy, Michael Jarrell, and Ivan Fedele, deepening his knowledge of musical analysis and composition.
His works, “Vier frühe Lieder” and “Hölderlin-Lieder,” premiered in Piacenza in April 2019 and were subsequently performed in Parma (May 2019), Milan (September 2019), and again in Piacenza (2021). His “Sonata No. 1 for Piano ‘Verklärung’” (2019/2020) received numerous awards, including the International Composition Competition “Città di Albenga” and the Alberghini Prize. This sonata was also featured in an installation for the Piacenza Music Festival 2021 and presented on a European tour.
Since 2022, he has collaborated with the Fondazione dei Teatri di Piacenza for the MusicMediale Festival, receiving a commission for a new opera, “Mother,” as the central event of the MusicMediale Festival 2024.
Winner of the Second Prize at the XXIX edition of the International Composition Competition “2 Agosto,” his piece “Broken Streams” for large symphony orchestra premiered live on RAI with the Orchestra of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna conducted by Jaume Santonja.
His recent and upcoming engagements include the European tour of “Sonata No. 1” (Germany, France, Spain, Netherlands), “First String Quartet,” the revival of “Sonetto Morto” (Baltimore, USA), “Logos” for string orchestra, concertos for cello and orchestra and for piano and orchestra, the premiere of the opera “Mother,” and the commission of a new theatrical work.
He has collaborated with prestigious institutions, including the Fondazione dei Teatri di Piacenza, Fondazione Teatro Comunale di Bologna, The Wagner Society, Fondazione Piseri, Festival PianoSofia, Festival MusicMediale, San Vito Musica Contemporanea, Festival Piacenza Classica, Accademia d’Archi Arrigoni, Fondazione di Piacenza e Vigevano, Bibiena Art Festival, Gruppo Strumentale Ciampi, NoMus, and Società del Quartetto di Milano.
He studied orchestral conducting with Ennio Nicotra.
Winner of the Bruno Bettinelli Prize for composition, his works are published by Universal Edition in Vienna.