He graduated with top marks at the ‘G. Nicolini’ Conservatory in Piacenza with Vincenzo Gallo and Stefano Maffizzoni.
In 2017, he obtained a master’s degree in Chamber Music (110 cum laude) under the guidance of maestro Marco Decimo. He also studies at the Jazz Centre in Turin and attends flute masterclasses with Francesco Loi, Paolo Taballione, Barthold Kuijken, Daniele Ruggieri, Chiara Tonelli, Manuel Granatiero, Mattia Petrilli; chamber and orchestral music with Lorenzo Coppola, Hans-Jorg Schellenberger, Yaron Rosenthal, Johan de Meij and Camilla Hoitenga.
In the chamber music and orchestral field, he performs in various concert halls and theatres in northern Italy (Pavia, Milan, Piacenza, Ferrara, Ravenna, Bologna, Castel San Giovanni, Busseto, Moncalvo, Padua, Parma, Novara) also under the conduction of Roberto Tolomelli, Massimiliano Caldi, Johan de Meij and Hans-Jorg Schellenberger. He played first and second flute in the ‘Amilcare Zanella’ orchestra and the 15Orchestra Sinfonica di Piacenza in the opera seasons of the Piacenza and Busseto theatres.
He was invited to play for the world premieres of new operas at Piacenza’s Municipal Theatre (“Notte per me luminosa” by Marco Betta, “Riccioli d’oro e i tre orsi” and “Cappuccetto Rosso” by Stefano Guagnini).
He performs with the Divertimento Ensemble in Milan and Moncalvo in the Rondò 2019 festival.
He is one of the founders of the contemporary music ensemble Collettivo_21 with whom he performs regularly.
He was part of the organisation and artistic direction of the contemporary music festival ‘Incò_ntemporanea’ from 2017 to 2020. Currently, together with Daniele Nava, he is the artistic director of the ‘Foresty International Music Festival’.