Roberto Baraldi - Giuseppe Barutti - Glauco Bertagnin - Constantin Beschieru - Gianmaria Bissacco -
Margherita Busetto - Susi Danesin - Erica Fassetta - Fulvio Furlanut - Tiziana Gasparoni - Matteo Liuzzi -
Elisa Marzorati - Lara Matteini - Isabella Moro - Luca Piovesan - Silvia Regazzo - Gaetano Ruocco Guadagno -
Luca Stevanato - Dario Zennaro - Marta Zollet
Venetian cellist, among the most talented and prestigious Italian performers, he graduated with excellence at the Music Conservatory B. Marcello of Venice, studying with Adriano Vendramelli. He played chamber music with musicians such as Salvatore Accardo, Bruno Giuranna, Dejan Bogdanovich, Kostantin Bogino, Pavel Vernikov, Bruno Canino, Roni Rogoff, Alain Meunier and Rocco Filippini, performing in the most important Festivals of the world. For the Gran Teatro “La Fenice” of Venice he recorded the entire Johannes Brahms chamber music repertoire, obtaining a considerable critics success.
He has been the first cello of the Filarmonica della Scala Orchestra of Milan and, at the age of 21, of the Gran Teatro la Fenice Orchestra of Venice. Very important, for his youth musical education, the experiences with the conductor Sergiu Celibidache and the cellist of the Quartetto Italiano Franco Rossi: the first for his a phenomenological approach to music based on the importance of the structure, the second for the importance given to sound.
Since 2001, together with Gianantonio Viero, he is first cellist in the chamber music Orchestra “I Solisti Veneti” directed by Claudio Scimone. The ensemble is considered among the most important Italian groups, real point of reference for typical Venetian and European baroque music. With this ensemble he often played as soloist in important concert halls such as the Wiener Muiskverein, the Philarmonie of Berlin, the Teatro alla Scala of Milan, the Salle Gaveau of Paris, the Simon Bolivar Hall and and the Teresa Carreno Theater of Caracas, the National Theater of Riga, the Opera Theater of Prague, the Tokio Suntory Hall, the Tokio Opera Hall, the Gulbekian Musichall of Lisbona, the Center of Performing Tel Aviv, the JerusalemTheatre and others.