Born in Rome in 1983, I spent my whole childhood studying to become a flautist. After my harmony teacher more or less forced me, I started taking composition classes in 2003, and after one year I realized that composing was the art that represented me the most. Looking for a good teacher, I travelled around Italy and I stopped for three years in Milan to study with Alessandro Solbiati.
Since then, I have had inspiring discussions with many composers: I talked about notation with Mark André, about material with Franck Bedrossian, about form with Chaya Czernowin, and about silence with Steven Takasugi. I am particularly interested in music as an existential, physical experience — music