studied piano, harpsichord, organ and organ composition and graduated with full marks from the music conservatories in Trieste and Udine. Equally acclaimed on all three instruments as a soloist, in chamber ensembles and as a soloist with orchestra, often under the baton of renowned conductors, over the last thirty years he has been playing more than thousand concerts in Europe, Asia, Australia, Central and South America (St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall, Beijing Concert Hall, Venice’s La Fenice theatre,
Ljubljana’s Cankar Hall and Philharmonic Hall, Vienna’s Musikverein, Dublin’s National Concert Hall,
National Theatre of Malta, Seoul National University, Philharmonic Halls of Odessa, Kaunas and Ulan
Bator, Brussel’s St. Michel theatre, Prague, Budapest, Bucharest, Zagreb, Belgrade, Tirana, Copenhagen, Madrid, Porto, Seoul, Brisbane, Melbourne, Hobart, Buenos Aires, etc.). He is member of ancient music (Nova Academia, Ensemble Claviere, I Musici della Serenissima) as well as contemporary music Ensembles.
As member and co-founder of the Ensemble for contemporary music MD7 and other chamber groups, he has premiered more than hundredsixty new works. He has recorded for numerous European radio and television stations and more than thirty CDs (as a pianist, harpsichordist and organist), among which it is worth mentioning the latest piano works by Franz Liszt (also published for Italian National magazines "Il Giornale della Musica" and "Classic Voice ") and the Sonatas for violin and basso continuo by Giuseppe Tartini and his pupils, in duo with Črtomir Šiškovič (about forty sonatas, of which he wrote the part for the harpsichord), published by the label Dynamic, which obtained excellent reviews in English, French, German and American magazines. He lectures in many piano and  harpsichord seminars and is official piano accompanist at international summer academies and instrumental competitions in Denmark (Carl Nielsen International Competition), Mexico (Henryk Szeryng Violin Competition), China (Beijing International Music Competition), Belgium (Kortrjik-Ghent Clarinet Competition), Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Poland. Particularly appreciated as a collaborator of clarinettists, as well as the pianist of the I.C.A and E.C.A. ClarinetFests, he had the occasion to perform together with clarinettists of practically all the generations from all over the world. He has taught at the Conservatories in Brescia, Salerno, Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Klagenfurt (Austria). His current post is professor of piano, harpsichord, chamber music and piano accompanist at the Koper-Capodistria Secondary Schools for the Arts, Slovenia, and piano accompanist at the Ljubljana Academy of Music.




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