He has studied Organ and Organistic Composition and he has graduated from “B. Marcello” conservatory (Venice) in Choral Music and Choir Conducting; he has later graduated from “G. Verdi” conservatory (Milan) in Composition under the guidance of M° Giacomo Manzoni. He has perfected himself in Orchestral Conducting with Carlo Maria Giuliani and Leonard Bernstein.
He has attended the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy D.A.M.S. (Disciplines of Arts, Music and Show business) of Bologna University, where he has secured fruitful relationships with some teachers, such as Aldo Clementi and Franco Donatoni (whose courses he has later followed at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena).
He has worked for Teatro alla Scala in Milan as Assistant Conductor.
He has been a full professor at “G. Verdi” conservatory in Milan and is currently teaching at “J. Tomadini” conservatory in Udine.
He has won composition and conducting competitions at a national and international level, he has collaborated with prestigious soloists, such as Fabrizio Meloni, Renato Bruson, Francesco De Angelis, Susanna Mildonian, Severino Gazzelloni, Carl Anderson, Maurizio Baglini, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Michelle Breeth, Franco and Bruno Mezzena’s Duo, Aldo Bennici, Eteri Gvazava, Nicola Piovani, Jess Trio Wien, Fiati Solisti della Scala, Domenico Nordio, Berliner Philharmoniker’s Chamber Orchestra,
In December 1993, he won first prize of the “Mario Gusella” orchestra Conducting Contest. This prestigious prize was followed by a great number of from Italian and foreign symphonic institutions.
In 1994 he launched, at Pomeriggi Musicali’s invitation, the Festival “Milano Milhaud”.
He is currently collaborating for several record productions for Sonoton (Munich), Bongiovanni, Nuova Era, Rivo Alto, Real Sound and for the series “I Maestri della Musica” published by De Agostini, Brilliant, Sony Classical. He ealized recordings for Süddeutscher Rundfunk, for ORF (Austrian television and radio broadcasting) and for RAI (Italian television and radio broadcasting).
At Mozarteum in Salzburg, invited to conduct Festival Aspekte’s final soiree in cooperation with Austrian ORF, he has realised the first world recording of G.F. Ghedini’s “Concerto dell’Albatro”.
He has worked as Artistic Director and Main Conductor of Orchestra Haydn-Philharmonie and Mitteleuropa Philharmonia. Leading Friuli Venezia Giulia Symphonic Orchestra as Artistic Director and Main Conductor from 2000 to 2002 made him obtain complimentary outcomes in important theatres, such as in the Golden Hall of Musikverein (Vienna) and Teatro alla Scala (Milan).
In 2005, the Christmas Concert in Milan Cathedral was published in DVD, with Renato Bruson and Montserrat Caballè, and it was also broadcast by TV stations La7 and Rai2.
In 2006 he launched milanese Orchestra “Virtuosi del Teatro alla Scala” at Politeama in Catanzaro and, in November 2006, at Teatro alla Scala in Milan and at Teatro Coccia in Novara.
In December 2007 in Mantua and in January 2008 in Novara he conducted Puccini’s first opera “Le Villi”.
For Puccini’s 150th birth anniversary, he conducted Cairo’s Symphonic Orchestra at Cairo’s Opera House.
From 2008 to 2009 he was Artistic Director of Orchestra Cantelli in Milan.
In November 2008 he published, with Teatro della Scala’s soloists, a CD containing unpublished music of Mercadante for the magazine AMADEUS; in November 2010 he published a CD dedicated to Bottesini in cooperation with Teatro della Scala’s Virtuosi.
Since December 2010 he has been the Main Conductor of Brescia Orchestra and has been General Manager and Artistic Director of Fondazione Provincia di Brescia Eventi, through which he realises several projects fusing together, in a very innovative way, musical and multimedia figurative arts.
In September 2011 he recorded, in cooperation with Giulio Tampalini and Andrea Manco, some of Carulli and Malerbi’s unpublished music in the church of San Giorgio in Brescia, which were published in November 2011 by the magazine Amadeus.
In November 2013, Sony published a CD dedicated to Tartini’s music, with Francesco de Angelis as violin soloist together with Brescia Orchestra conducted by M° Rojatti Ezio.