Artistic Profile
  • Born in Rome, where he completed his studies at the Conservatory of S. Cecilia, graduating brilliantly in Composition and Choral Conducting respectively with Teresa Procaccini and Mons. Valentino Miserachs, at the “L. Refice "of Frosinone in piano with Elena Fierli, he is a composer, pianist, organist, choir and orchestra director. His music is often performed in Italy and abroad and often used in documentaries and cultural programs broadcast by some of the main radio and television broadcasters, such as Geo & Geo. Among the most relevant compositions: Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra in A Major, dedicated to maestro Fabio Montomoli and performed several times in Italy and abroad, most recently on Tour in Chile, performed by the Mauli Orchestra, played on guitar by the same Fabio Montomoli, Sonata in D Major for guitar performed on world tour, in Europe, Asia, Oceania etc. “La Porta del Sole”, Suite for clarinet and guitar performed by the duo Montomoli (Guitar) Lanzini (clarinet) in Italy, Europe, America etc. In 2018 he performed as a pianist and composer in Tokyo at the Arts Center Wind Hall, at the invitation of the tenor Ichio Sakatsume, and toured Spain with guitarist Fabio Montomoli for the presentation of the CD "Mediterranea". He has composed numerous works for choir such as the lied for choir "Traversando la Maremma Toscana" for choir with 5 mixed voices on a poem by G. Carducci, among the various publications, for choir a motet entitled "Alla luna", inspired by the homonymous poesia di G. Leopardi ", in the magazine" Melos "(ed. Carrara)," the Spigolatrice di Sapri "(ed. Feniarco) composed as part of the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy.

  • He composed a Symphonic Poem for piano and orchestra, dedicated to the Orbetello lagoon "Silver light", premiered by the internationally renowned pianist Giuliano Adorno and the City of Grosseto Symphony Orchestra on 13 July 2018 in Orbetello, as part of the international festival “Orbetello Piano Festival” and a double concert for flute, piano and orchestra. He was Director, from 1980 to March 2017, of the “G. Puccini "in Grosseto, with which he has participated in countless national and international competitions, including the Vittorio Veneto National Competition and the" Guido Monaco "Polyphonic Competition in Arezzo, with numerous first and second prizes, he has conducted prestigious and countless productions; as choir director, pianist and organist he has performed over 500 concerts in Italy and abroad, often conducting, also, prestigious choral-symphonic productions among which the "Requiem" KV 626 and the "Vesperae Solennes de Confessor "by WA Mozart, the" Messìa "by Handel, the" Te Deum "and the" Stabat Mater "by Verdi, the Stabat Mater by Pergolesi, the" Carmina Burana "by C. Orff, the" Misa Criolla "by A Ramirez. He won the 1st prize in the competition for composition and musical elaboration organized by the "By Bess" editions, with the work "La pipa di Batone" on the homonymous novel by Renato Fucini, the 3rd prize at the International Music and Cinema "Lavagnino 2012" in Alessandria, event chaired by Louis Bacalov and Nicola Piovani. He is Minister of Music in the Evangelical Baptist Church of Grosseto and a member of the U.C.E.B.I Music Ministry with which he collaborates as arranger and composer. He edited all the basics of the hymnbook "Let's Celebrate the Risen" - Ed. Claudiana. He records for the “SAM” record company in Lari (Pi). Two of the latest CDs as composer: "Ciao Italia" (November 2013) where he is present with the Suite "La Porta del Sole" dedicated to the duo G. Lanzini (clarinet) - F. Montomoli (guitar), and "Mediterranea - Guitar Works "(November 2016), monographic CD containing all his works for solo guitar, guitar and clarinet and the" Concerto n. 1 for guitar and orchestra "dedicated to guitarist Fabio Montomoli and performed by Montomoli himself together with the Tuscan Regional Orchestra. The CD "Mediterranea was presented in Italy and abroad in numerous concerts, most recently at the Teatro La Leopolda in Follonica on March 23, 2018 as part of the international guitar festival" Alvaro Mantovani ".

  • He is a teacher of Piano, Harmony and Composition at the "Palmiero Giannetti" Musical Institute and holder of the chair of Piano at the "Leonardo da Vinci" secondary school with a musical focus of the Institute n. 1 "A. Manzi ”of Grosseto. He is a Certified Teacher for Makemusic's famous “Finale 25” music notation software. Since 2019 he has been the Artistic Director of the "Musica & Vita" Association, a non-profit Social Promotion Association, pursuing civic, solidarity and social utility purposes, mainly for the development of musical culture and art in general. 

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