Born in Naples in 1965, started studying Organ and Composition as a child at the Conservatory of his home town.
Moving continuosly between Vatican City and Milan he completed his studies with multiple degrees in Organ, Composition, Choral Music and Choir Conducting, Musical Paleography and Semiography of the Renaissance, Computer Music.
The experience with Azio Corghi has been the most important for his creativity: the very long time of the relationship with him started early in 1987 and finished in 1996 with the Santa Cecilia Master Degree in Composition (Rome).
Since he was deeply interested in the artistic implication of modern scientific theories he also studied Computer Sciences and for a very long time he was a freelance teacher and a worldwide consultant of large internet computer-networks and multimedia low level systems for distributing music via Internet, working for IBM
As theorician and journalist he has published more than 120 articles about computer music programming, mathematics, music theory etc.
He has published also several books for Ricordi, DeAgostini, Berben, Rugginenti.
His compositions include works for solo instruments, organ, orchestra, ballet, theater, chamber music for various ensembles and electronic music.
His works have been awarded with many first prizes in the following national and international composition prizes:
Livorno - IV National Composition Prize Castegneto Carducci
Athens - III Olympia International Composition Prize
Asti - XI National Composition Prize Città di Belveglio
Bologna - I National Composition Prize for Organ S.G. in Persiceto
Trieste - II International Composition Prize for Organ Giulio Viozzi
Trento - I National Composition Prize Antonio Pedrotti
Seattle - I International Composition Prize Esoterics
Como - I International Composizione Prize Traiettorie Sonore
Boston - XIV ALEA III International Composition Prize
Prague - JIHLAVA 98 International Composition Prize
Many works have also been performed in Italian cities such as Milan, Assisi, Bari, Naples, Turin, Aquila, Lecce, Rome and abroad at University of Miami, Athens, University of Edinburgh, London (British Music Information Centre), Seattle, Stockholm, Boston, Sophia, Lugano. These have been broadcast by the Second Channel of Swedish Radio, first Channel of Greek Radio, italian RAI Radio3, Radio Seattle, Swiss Radio Second Channel, TV satellite SAT2000, Vatican Radio, recorded and published on CD. At present he is teaching Armony, Counterpoint, Fugue, Composition and Computer Music at Lecce's Conservatory.
His book, Semiography and Semiology of Contemporary Music (ISBN: 9788876656163) can be obtained via Amazon, Deastore.com, Ibs.it, Abebooks.co.uk, Barnes & Noble, etc.