Born in Naples, he graduated in Piano with Maestro Massimo Bertucci and in Composition with Maestro Bruno Mazzotta. In 1988 he was admitted to the "Hochschule Fur Musik" in Karlsruhe for a "Kontactstudium" by Wolfgang Rihm and he attended for two years the "Course in Composition" with maestro G. Manzoni at the School of Music in Fiesole and took part in different mesterclasses in composition held by Maestro Franco Donatoni. He has been Director of the "San Pietro a Majella" Music Conservatory in Naples for three academic years 2008-2011 and deputy Director at the same Conservatorio from 2000 to 2004.
As part of the Jury, he served as Commissioner in the national Competition in Harmony, Counterpoint Fugue and Composition organized by the National Ministry of Education.
He has been also President of the Commission for the selection of artistic personnel held by the Fondazione Teatro Lirico in Cagliari and Professor of "orchestral Laboratory" at the "Polytechnic" Scientia et Ars "of Vibo Valentia.
In 2001 he was the coordinator, at the Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella, the project "Revision and Execution of Works Unpublished The Library Store San Pietro a Majella" taking care of the Revison of Motets by Erasmo di Bartolo, a monumental sacred work of the 17th century. His compositions have been performed and presented at prestigious Italian and international musical institutions such as: Ensemble Modern Frankfurt, Teatro San Carlo Napoli, Ente Lirico in Cagliari, Worlsdsax 2006 (Ljubljana), Festival Jusqu'aux Oreilles "Montreal, the European Parliament, Weeks Ensemble Association Alessandro Scarlatti, The New Orchestra Scarlatti, the European Festival 900, Sorrento Summer Music Festival of Ravello.
He has been guest professor in the Conservatory of Cincinnati in the United States, the Rouen Opera and at the Festival in Belfort Francia. He also took part, in different occasions, to radio shows broadcast by RAI, Vatican Radio, Radio France.
Among his composition we mention:
Duo for cello and piano; Chamber Concerto; Conversations with things without name; Adagio for Strings; Etudes for piano; Helen and Menelaus (horn and piano); Recitative and Counterpoint (horn, violin and piano); I hope that I manage-the country, rain is beneficial (for orchestra) La Mariee mise a nu ....; Three Studies for Chamber; String Quartet N ° 1-2-3-4; A mouse in Via Condotti (piano duet); Suite 1799 - characters of a revolution; Sextet (For woodwinds and piano); Altarpiece (chamber orchestra) Adagio and Allegro (Viola and Piano); Concertino for Horn in the form of a passacaglia and horns; De Ave Maris Stella (saxophone and organ); Meditations on Tannhauser (percussion ensemble); Symphony for strings; Sinfonietta for winds; Gune; Figures; Symphony No. 2, Symphony No. 3, Concerto for trombone and string orchestra; Adagio and Rondo (saxophone quartet); This is not a caress (for recorder); to study violin concerto; Concerto for trombone and strings; Suite chamber; Saxophone quartet, Memoirs of a mask: narrator, violin, viola, cello, flute (small, C flute, alto flute), guitar, percussion. Cantata for Cyrano (vocal poem for narrator, only five, piano, horn, saxophone, guitar, vibraphone, percussion, synthesizer). Don Quixote: narrator, electric guitar, bass, saxophones (soprano and bass), percussion, computer, Masaniello (musical work), The Breath of the forest (musical comedy for children), Vintage rich (musical), Carnival Neapolitan (for two pianos, percussion, flute, clarinet, first violins, second violins, violas, cellos, double basses, Twentieth Century of Love (processing orchestral repertoire of Italian songs of the years 30 and 40), The Thousand and One Nights (two reciting voices, two pianos, string quartet)
Rudolph Red Nose (for child narrator, cello, piano, percussion, choir and orchestra). Incidental music: The Tempest; A Midsummer Night's Dream; The Chandler; Romeo and Juliet; Comedy of errors; Hamlet; A turkish Neapolitan; Doctor by force; Dogs and Cats; Or thunder and March.
Ballets: Beauty and the Beast; Waltz and bucolic; The Trojan Women; Adagio for three voices; Magnificat « .Reflections »for 21 pianos, has opened the 2016 edition of the prestigious « PIanocityNapoli » music festival.