Harpsichordist and conductor. He studied the harpsichord at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna and at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in The Hague with Patrick Ayrton, Fabio Bonizzoni, Wolfgang Glüxam, and Ton Koopman. He then attended a two-year course specialising in Basso Continuo on the harpsichord and organ at the Conservatory of Padua with Roberto Loreggian.

In 2024 Da Vinci Classics publishes his first solo album, ‘year he made his first solo album recording, ‘Bach – Apocryphal works for Keyboard I’ . In 2023, he collaborated with Verità Baroque Ensemble for the recording of ‘The German Album’ and ‘The Italian Album’. Since the same year he has been the harpsichord accompanist for early music classes at the Conservatory of Vicenza. As a continuo player he has collaborated with I Musicali Affetti di Fabio Missaggia, the Academia di Musica Antica di Brunico with Stefano Veggetti, Alexis Kossenko and Christoph Coin, the Academia Montis Regalis with Fabio Bonizzoni and Enrico Onofri,  Spira Mirabilis Orchestra, Balthasar Neumann Academy with Pablo de Pedro, the Austria Barock Akademie with Christian Hilz, Juilliard415 with Paul Agnew, MokkaBarock and Verità Ensemble. In the last years he played for the Weimar Festwoche Festival, Barockfestspiele Bad Arolsen, Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci, Asiagofestival and Vicenza in lirica Festival.

In May 2021 he was assistant to Johannes Weiss and second harpsichordist for the recording of Jean-Baptiste Lully’s Le Bourgeois gentilhomme at the Schönbrunn Palace Theatre. From 2017 to 2020, he collaborated with Gemma Bertagnolli’s baroque singing class, with whom he performed Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, King Arthur and Fairy Queen as maestro al cembalo. As a conductor, he conducted Elisir d’amore at the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza in 2019. In 2014, he started studying historical keyboard instruments thanks to Lorenzo Feder and Takashi Watanabe. In 2013, he obtained a Bachelor degree in Orchestral conducting under the guidance of Giancarlo Andretta at the Conservatory of Vicenza. He completed studies in piano with Romano Zancan dall’Alba in 2010.

During his career, he conducted the orchestra of the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Argovia Philharmonic Orchestra, Kuopio Symphony Orchestra. He is also interested in contemporary repertoire and has had the opportunity to conduct world premieres of works by Giovanni Bonato, Alissa Firsova and Markus Schmitt. He is president and artistic director of Crescere in Musica APS, with which he develops musical and educational programmes for students, especially in repertoire where a historically informed performance practice can be explored.