Born in 1991 and having finished scientific high school, he decided to devote himself to

musical studies. Admitted to the Conservatorio G. Verdi di Torino at the age of twenty, five

years later he took the Bachelor's degree with top marks in piano while under the guidance

of Claudio Voghera, obtaining the 1st edition of a scolarship dedicated to Giovannella

Tramoni. At present he is attending composition courses at the Conservatorio G. Verdi di

Torino in the class of Giuseppe Elos and studying jazz improvisation with Stefano

Maccagno. 

He is passionate about contemporary music, though does not neglect other musical genres

by  combining experimental research with innovative forms of descriptive music.

On the proposal of the Italian painter and sculptor Lorenzo D'Andrea, in the summer 2016

he composed the piano piece “La Zattera dei Migranti”, inspired by the painter's

homonymous picture as well as arranging and writing for the vocal ensemble “L'Una e

Cinque” some pieces for a cappella performance. He combines research on eletronic

technologies with the use of acoustic instruments, voices and choirs. Also, through a

collaboration with the music association Artes Media Project of Turin, for which in May 2017

he produced the soundtrack for the Laura Valle's photo exhibition “Attraverso il blu –

mamme e bimbi dell'ospedale Maria Vittoria”, an initiative of the 2017 International Book

Fair in Turin.

For the Conservatorio G. Verdi di Torino:

- he played for the musical evenings of the “Venerdì del Conservatorio” and for the concerts

in the Chiesa di Santa Pelagia;

- as a piano accompanist to opera singers in public performances;

- invited as a speaker in a conference open to the public on musical analysis, on the topic of

the 1st movement of the Sonata Op.109 by L.V. Beethoven;

- he curated the programmes for the inaugural and final concerts of the “Venerdì del

Conservatorio” of the year 2015/2016.

His repertoire ranges from Bach to contemporary authors, with particular interest in

Rossini's piano pieces and twentieth century Italian authors including Casella and Ghedini.

His recitals include performances from repertoire pieces as well as his own compositions.

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Concert in San Filippo Neri  (2017)

 
Photo Gallery

In the studio of the Italian painter Lorenzo D’Andrea