He studied at the “C. Pollini” academy of music in Padua with Ezio Mabilia and Franco Angeleri, getting a diploma with full marks. Then he moved to Basel where he studied for five years with Rudolf Buchbinder, getting the academic diploma as a “Concert Artist” with full marks. He furthermore improved on chamber music with Dario De Rosa.
His musical skills led him to win national and international competitions, among which he won the Stresa international competition, and he could perform as a soloist and as a chamber musician as well, at the most prestigious concert halls(the hall Bossi in Bologna, the hall Verdi in Milan, Tonehalle in Zurick, Tonehalle in Hamburg, the Filarmonico Theatre in Verona, the Academic Auditorium in Basel, the Verdi Theatre in Padua, the Auditorium Seraphicum in Rome, etc.), winning great praises.
His abilities allow him to range over a repertoire from Bach to the contemporary composers, of whom he played and recorded some works for the first time in the world . He can boast collaborations with musicians such as Bruno Giuranna, Ruggero Ricci, Giovanni Angeleri, Yuri Bashmet, Peter Maag, Hans Graf, Katia Ricciarelli, Guy Touvron, Sara Mingardo, Massimo Pradella and others.
He made a vast number of radio and television recordings. He furthermore worked for “Santa Cecilia” and “Velut Luna”, for which he made the first world recording of “Studi sul trillo” (“Trill studies”), a piano work by the composer Silvio Omizzolo.
He was invited several times to take part in juries for national and international competitions. Now he works as an artistic consultant for important bodies, both public and private. He has worked in Padua at the C. Pollini academy of music since 1980 as a teacher.