He was born in Milan. He completed his studies in violoncello (R. Filippini), piano (L. Taskera) and composition (G. Manzoni and A. Corgi) at the Conservatory „Giuseppe Verdi“ in Milan. Then he studied conducting, first with Franco Ferarra, and then in Vienna with Carl Estereicher. He also perfected his skills with M. Acmon, F. Nagy, G. Bertini and L. Bernstein. In 1983 he won the prize of music reviewers, Turin Soloists. He debuted in Italy as the conductor of the Orchestra Saint Cecilia  in Rome; thereafter he conducted the Orchestra of Varnja, Dublin Symphonic Orchestra, Radio Bucharest Orchestra, Debrecin Symphonic Orchestra (Hungary), Chamber Orchestra in Prague, Opera Orchestra of Olomouc, the Orchestra of the State Opera in Prague, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Arpegione Orchestra (Austria), the Orchestra of Sofia Opera (Bulgaria), the Orchestra of Radio Belgrade and the Orchestra of Novi Sad Opera (Serbia). In the season 1999/2000 he was a full-time conductor of the State Opera in Prague. In the recent seasons he had several tours in South Korea and South America, and performed numerous symphonic concerts all over Europe, especially in Denmark and  Germany. He has recently become a member of the association „Piosenkarze“ and has been engaged in formation of a new orchestra that officially debuted in September 2007. 

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