He started studying violin when he was only 4, and after another 4 years he performed in his first concert as soloist with an orchestra. Many are the famous violinists and maestros among his teachers, such as B. Kotorovych, Y. Menuhin, T. Varga, V. Tretiakov e A. Lysy. He taught at the Fiesole Music School and at the Music Academy in Florence. In 2010 he was invited to coordinate the String Department of Imola’s Accademia Pianistica. The commitment he’s dedicated to teaching has been widely rewarded by the over sixty first prizes won by his students in important international contests such as Oistrakh International Competition (Moscow), Brahms International Competition (Pordschach), “Monaco Master’s International Competition” (Monaco), Kreisler International Competition (Vienna).