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Born in Treviso in 1988 he studied with Walter Vestidello at Conservatorio di Musica of Castelfranco Veneto and graduated there with honours. Further impulses he got from Mario Brunello, Enrico Bronzi and Antonio Meneses.

In 2016 he graduated in orchestra conducting (Master) with Bruno Weil at the Musikhochschule in Munich.

He is principal cellist of the "Venice Baroque Orchestra" (Andrea Marcon) where he also figures regularly as a cello soloist in the most prestigious concert halls: Carnegie Hall in New York, Berliner Philharmonie, Musikverein in Vienna, Barbican Center, Sala Tchaikovsky in Moscow, Tokyo Opera Hall, Los Angeles Disney Hall and many others.

As well as being a cellist he also works as a conductor.

He was assistant to Bruno Weil and conductor of the choir in the production of Mozart's "Così fan tutte" at Schloss Weikersheim (Jounesse Musicales) in 2011. He has conducted the Georgian Chamber Orchestra (Ingolstadt), the Jungesmusik Podium Dresden-Venice Orchestra, Accademia d'Archi Arrigoni and he has directed in several concerts the Bad Reichenhaller Philharmonie where he was guest conductor from 2013 to 2015.

From October 2012 until February 2014 he was Musical Director of the “StOrch” (Studentenorchester München). Subsequently he performed with the Orchestra of the City of Granada conducting the 5th Symphony of Tchaikovsky and the Elgar cello concerto with Thomas Demenga as soloist.

He conducted the premiere of the “Das Große Lächeln” by one of the most renowned and played German composers Wilfried Hiller with the Oktopus Ensemble at the Gasteig Munich.

As part of the “Baroque Experience” season he has conducted the “Baroquipe” youth orchestra in the opera production of “Serva Padrona” by Pergolesi.

As an assistant to Bruno Weil he conducts a series of performances of Don Giovanni and Nozze di Figaro at the Jounesse Musicales Deutschland Festival at Schloß Weikersheim.

He directed the Venice Baroque Orchestra with Xavier de Mestre as a soloist at the prestigious Grafenegg Festival in Vienna and at the "Stiftkonzerte" at Sankt Florian in Linz.

In 2018 he was invited to take the place of Stefano Montanari as the conductor of the Junges Musik Podium Dresden – Venedig. With this orchestra he also performed at the Teatro Filarmonico of Verona with Mario Brunello as soloist.

He conducts "The Soloists of Radio Veneto One" at the Teatro Comunale of Treviso, performing the 4th Symphony of Mendelssohn and the violin concerto by Brahms.

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