After completing studies has improved with known theachers attending various instrumental courses (Franco Petracchi, Antonio Sciancalepore, Daniele Roccato) and training orchestral courses (Lanciano, Spoleto, Saluzzo, "Maggio Musicale Fiorentino" - Florence, "Arts Academy" - Rome). Later he joined the Rome Symphony Orchestra where he worked for two full concert seasons addressing most of the symphonic repertoire (Directors: Wayne Marshall, Corrado Rovaris, Paul Goodwin, Nada Matosevic, Anton Nanut, Gabor Otvos, Shlomo Mintz, Othmar Maga, Gurer Aykal, Yeruham Scharovski). He also made recordings for various pop italian artists (Renato Zero, Mango, Absolute Zero, Amalia Grè, Tosca). He 's been in Gino Paoli live orchestra.
He has been a member of the Quartet SosciaTango " (Giuliana Soscia - accordion, Rosarita Buccella - piano, Ugo Valentini - bass, Francesco de Rubeis - percussion) with which he dealt with, through original arrangements, the repertoire of Astor Piazzolla. As soloist doublebass player he participated original musical improvisations with the completion of the evening readings and presentation of documentary "Nino Cordio - Portrait free-hand" for Fandango production. Contribute as first doublebass player with the orchestra of the Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto and with the project MuSa "La Sapienza" of Rome. He is part of the show "The Golem of Prague" by Valeria Colangelo for CinqueAnelliTeatro in which he experiences his instrument whit the narrative fact, seeking new forms of expression.
He's author of original music for theater. In particular he composed music for the show "Chagall e i Bolscevichi" went to the scene from April 16 to May 4, 2008 at the Teatro dell'Orologio in Rome. License his music under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 2.5 Italy. He studies with the Maestro Daniele Roccato and has the rule of collaborator and assistant curator of chamber repertoire for doublebass within the activities of various courses of music. Works as theacher in musical schools. Read more on Last.fm.
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