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Passionate from a young age about rock music from America and overseas, he quickly became the nightmare of the best electric guitar teachers in the area.

At 20, he was dazzled by an interest in modal music from outside Europe, thanks to the work of Ross Daly, and took up the study of the Turkish oud and other cordophones played with a plectrum, making frequent trips to Greece and Turkey. There, he visited some of the most renowned maestros: Yurdal Tokcan, Omer Erdogdular, Murat Aydemir, Daud Khan Sadozai, and Ross Daly himself.

A meeting with the members of Ensemble Micrologus inspired his interest in European medieval music and in the plectrum lute. He quickly became one of the most appreciated soloists and teachers specializing in the Italian trecento repertoire.

In 2013, he began studying medieval lute at the Schola Cantorum in Basel, Switzerland, under the guidance of Crawford Young, marking his first experience of academic music study.

He has an honors degree in philosophy from the Istituto Universitario "L'Orientale" in Naples.

He regularly works with many artists and musical projects in the world of early, eastern, and non-classical music, including Ensemble Micrologus, Ensemble Calixtinus, Ensemble Exaquier (Marco Ferrari, Fabio Tricomi, Peppe Frana, Fabio Accurso), La Contraclau, Ensemble Trenca (Anna Danilevskaia, Atsushi Moriya, Pere Olive, Peppe Frana), Cantsilena, Ensemble Bahar, Mose Chiavoni, and Vinicio Capossela. His flourishing artistic activities mean he has performed in the most prestigious festivals both in Italy and around the world.

He is the artistic director of Labyrinth Italia.
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