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Born in Rome, he graduated from the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia with MĦ Rebecca Berg,  also by studying with MĦ Renato Federighi and with MĦ Chiara Migliari and in time he studied with great artists including Leila Gencer , Regina Resnik, Leone Magiera, Luigi Alva, Enza Ferrari and about staging with MĦ Vittorio Caprioli and Dario Fo.


He debuted in 1991 at the Cantiere of Montepulciano, as Giorgio in Nina ÒPazza per amoreÓ of Paisiello and as winner of the competition Toti dal Monte of Treviso he sang Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte of Mozart under the direction of Peter Maag.


In 1993 he won  the Competition "William Walton Foundation Award" in wich he played the role of Dandini in La Cenerentola by Rossini; and in 1996 in the Competition "Francisco Vinas" he won the award for "Best Mozart artist".


He started a long career that saw him on the stages of major Italian Theaters: La Scala in Milano, the Teatro Regio in Torino, La Fenice in Venezia, the Carlo Felice in Genova, the San Carlo in Napoli, the Teatro Comunale in Firenze, the Opera in Roma, the Teatro Comunale in Bologna, the Teatro Regio in Parma, the Verdi in Trieste, the Petruzzelli in Bari, the Grand Theatre in Torre del Lago and some "Teatri di Tradizione" as the Comunale in Treviso, Bergamo, Messina, Politeama in Lecce, the Theatre of Jesi, Mantova, Cremona, the Valli in Reggio Emilia, in Savona, the Giglio in Lucca.

He also performed on the stages of many of the biggest international theaters such as the Teatro Real in Madrid, the Paris Opera with the Orchestra of Ile de France, the Staats Oper in Berlin, the Barbican Center in London, the Philharmonie in Monaco of Bavaria, the Oper in Frankfurt, the Theatre of Aix-en-Provence, la Monnaie in Brussels, the Choregies of Orange, the Concertgebau in Amsterdam, the Theatre in Valladolid, the ReiseOpera of Enschede, the Municipal of Lima (Peru), the Haram Nuri Opera House in Seoul (Korea) and others.


In these theaters he played all the leading roles of his repertoire: Don Pasquale and Malatesta in Don Pasquale, Belcore in L'Elisir d'Amore, Figaro and  Conte in Nozze di Figaro, Guglielmo and Don Alfonso in Cos“ fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Leporello and Masetto in Don Giovanni, Mephisto in Faust, Falke in Pipistrello, Dandini in Cenerentola, Figaro and Bartolo in Barbiere di Siviglia of Rossini and Bartolo and Basilio in Barbiere di Siviglia of Paisiello, Marcello and Schaunard in La Bohme, Matieu in Andrea Chenier, Annibale in Campanello of Donizetti, Petronio in Astrologi immaginari of Paisiello, Apollo in Orfeo of Monteverdi, Agamennone in La Bella Elene, Conte in La Molinara of Paisiello, Conte  in Pamela of Farinelli, Sprecher in the Flauto Magico, Foresto in Arcadia in Brenta of Galluppi, Uberto in La Serva padrona of Pergolesi and Paisiello, Musico in I Medici, Marco and Betto in Gianni Schicchi, Sacrestano in Tosca, Dancairo in Carmen and others.

Moreover for several years he was a guest of the ROF, Rossini Opera Festival performing Taddeo in Italiana in Algeri,  Filiberto in Signor Bruschino, Chausser in Guillaume Tell, Riccardo in Matilde di Shabran, and other roles in performances as part of the artistic production of Pesaro Festival and as an expert of Rossini style has also been a frequent guest of the Wildbad Rossini Festspiele in Germany.


He performed with some very important Stage Directors and Conductors, including: Jeffrey Tate, Peter Maag, Jordi Savall, Salvatore Accardo, Bruno Campanella, Yves Abel, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Daniele Gatti, Donato Renzetti, Giuliano Carella, Massimo De Bernard, Nicola Piovani, Paolo Carignani, Marco Ranzani, Corrado Rovaris, Luca Ronconi, Roberto De Simone, Pierluigi Pizzi,Walter Pagliaro, Luis Alva, Ugo De Hana, Pier'Alli, Jannis Coccos , Antonio Calenda, Carlos Saura, Dario Fo,Gabriele Vacis, Maurizio Scaparro, Ferruccio Soleri, Trisha Brown, Luis Pasqual, Fabio Sparvoli, Cristina Comencini, Ivor Bolton, Gianandrea Noseda, Alberto Veronesi, Filippo Crivelli, Antonino Fogliani,Ugo Gregoretti, Stefano Vizioli and others.


His repertoire includes several scores of Sacred Music that debuts performed with great conductors:

Faure' Requiem, Brahms Requiem, Mozart Requiem, Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle, Bach Magnificat, Mass in B minor of Mozart, Handel Messiah, Bach Johannes Passion, Mass KV 317 KV 220 and KV 427 of Mozart, Mass op . 86 of Beethoven, Magnificat of Butxtehude, Liszt Via Crucis and others scores.






Barbiere di Siviglia for EMI

Guglielmo Tell for ROF

Convenienze Teatrali  for BMG

Torvaldo e Dorliska and lĠOccasione fa il ladro for NAXOS

Astrologi immaginari for BONGIOVANNI

 Orfeo for  MONNAIE


In recent years also began his teaching by the desire to make available to young singers emerging stage of his artistic experience in both the vocal technique is the art stage, keeps constantly Conference for Musicology and musical associations held a interdisciplinary seminar in Theatre History at the Historical Institute of the University of Modena.