Born in Verona in 1967, he began studying piano, singing and composition at a very young age, graduating in Choral Music and Choral Conducting, Lyric Singing and Didactic Singing at the music conservatories of Verona, Trento and Mantua. He subsequently perfected himself in baroque singing with Cristina Miatello starting an intense concert activity, among others, with the Agostino Steffani Baroque Ensemble, the Orchestra of the University of Trento and the Antiqua Camerata Veneta, collaborating with musicians such as Matteo Messori , Sergio Vartolo, Cristina Miatello, William Matteuzzi, Harry van der Kamp, Gian Paolo Fagotto and Walter Vestidello. Among the compositions performed: J. S. Bach Cantata BWV 140, Johannes Passion BWV 245 and Mass in B minor BWV 232, W. A. Mozart Missae K 194 and 258, H. Purcell O sing unto the Lord and Rejoice in the Lord alway, T. Albinoni Magnificat , D. Buxtehude Jesu meine Freude and Alles was ihr tut mit Worten oder mit Werken, F. Liszt Via Crucis, G. Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle, G. F. Malipiero La Cena e La Passione, S. Brixi Magnificat and F. X. Brixi Missa pastoralis. He collaborated on the recording of H. Schütz's Weihnachtshistorie with the Augustana Chapel and C. Monteverdi's La favola d'Orfeo with Sergio Vartolo, both for the Dutch label Brilliant Classics. He is musical director of the Coro Amici della Musica with which he participated in the Festivals of Aix en Provence (France 2004), Les Choralies (Corsica 2005 and 2014), Valsamoggia (Bologna, 2014) and Musica Sacra (Croatia, 2019) and of male vocal octet I Madrigalisti Anonimi.