Founder of the Music Education Therapy project and director of the Armoniæ Centro Internazionale di Musica e Cultura.
He studied literature and theatre at the Ca' Foscari University of Venice before spending time in the United States.
His performances as a soloist with chamber music ensembles and orchestras around the world were described as spiritual and high class.
His family was living in Venice when he was born, and he continued to reside there for most of his life.
He earned his Master's and Ph.D. in music, piano performance, and pedagogy from Brigham Young University.