Composer and researcher – Baragiano (Pz) 1964.
His music education begins at the age of eight years, studying piano (with Silvano Carella and then with Irene Kirgis at the Liceo Musicale "Pietro Mascagni" in Salerno) and later studying composition (with Franco Palazzo from the Scuola di Aladino di Martino and Silvano Carella). Since 1983 music studies got enhanced with the degree course's ones in Electronic Physics, strictly related to Computer Music and to Psychoacoustics.
The achievement of the degree in Choral Music and Choral Direction (with Carmine Pagliuca) in 1991 in Naples, is followed by the participation in 1996 at Masterclass in Composition held by György Ligeti at the Accademia Internazionale di Musica di Novara and, in 1998, by the degree in Composition, achieved in Bari under the tutelage of the maestro Francesco d'Avalos. Afterwards, still in Naples, come the postgraduate specialization in Musica e Spettacolo at the Università Federico II in 2003, degree in Electronic Music in 2004 (with Roberto Doati, Francesco Galante and Agostino Di Scipio) and, in 2006, the II level degree in Teoria e Tecniche della Composizione Musicale (with Enrico Renna) at the Conservatorio di Musica di "San Pietro a Majella").
Expert in Music, Digital Music Systems, Computer, Directing and Sound Diffusion, for the workshops at Music Conservatory "San Pietro a Majella" in Naples.
Consultant, music assistant and orchestration composer, arranging, digitizing, computer programming and original material for important music and film productions.
Significant is the collaboration in Lina Wertmüller's "Ferdinando e Carolina" in 1999. Starting a collaboration as sound programmer with Luis Siciliano from 2002 in many productions, such as "Agenzia delle entrate" (2002) and "Barilla formati blu" (2003) among commercials, and in D'Alatri's "La febbre" in 2005 (winning a Nastro d'Argento in 2006, for the Best Sound Track category, Cattani's "Il rabdomante" in 2006 (winning the 2008 Tropea Film Festival in the Best Original Soundtrack category), Arciero's "Family game" (2007)and "Due vite per caso", the only Italian film in competition at the 2010 Berlin Festival, among films. Among the large number of produced soundtracks, considerable is the one composed for the Alessio Di Bennedetto's "I figli della Sfinge" (published by Bastogi Editrice Italiana in 2008).