He graduated brilliantly in traverso's Flute at the Music Institute "P. Mascagni "(Livorno) in 1991 under the guidance of M. Nicola Mazzanti. He has performed numerous concerts in Italy (Rome, Turin, Milan, Florence, Macerata, Bari, Bologna, Siena, Varese, Parma, Lucca,Modena etc.) and abroad (Malta, France, Austria, Poland, Germany, S , St.Petersburg, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Russia (St.Petersburg), Australia, USA and a tourney in Japan, both in duo and as a soloist, always receiving unanimous public and critical consents. of theTuscan cultural heritage through the production of repertoires combining popular literature with Tuscan music, in collaboration with Prof. Carlo Lapucci. In 2000 he held a Masterclass of Flute in Struer (Denmark) at the School Comunale di Musica Since 2003 he has collaborated with Composer / Author Andrea Mati with whom he recorded a CD in 2007 for "Tactus" in Bologna. In 2005 he held a Masterclass of Flute and Organo in St. Petersburg (Russia) "Manfredini and co-authors "Flaut or Luca Magni, Mariella Mochi, for students at the Conservatory and University of St. Petersburg, with recording of the Rambler and Radio Russia channel. He performed solo concerts for flute and orchestra (Florence OCF, Milan's PMI and Aquilana Chamber Orchestra). In 2010 he held a masterclass on the music fairy at the Vibo Valentia Music Conservatory. He performed a tour in 1991 in Japan performing concerts at Gifu, Tokyo, Shirakawa, Tagimi, Nagoya for flute and organ, flute and piano, flute and koto. He has held concerts for the Italian Cultural Institute in Becanson (France), Amsterdam, Saragoza and Lund (Sweden). He has held concerts in Miami and Naples in Florida (2010) and New York (2014) at Columbia University (USA). In 2012 he performed concerts in Australia (Melbourne: Beethoven Festival, Flute and Piano, Mildura and Ballarat: International Organ Festival, Sydney S.Paul Church). Artistic Director of Casa Vacanze / Casa Musicale Villa Magni di Pistoia. www.villamagni.com and Piceno Classica Festival in San Benedetto del Tronto.
He lives in Pistoia where he works and works. An eclectic and versatile musician, his training takes root in the study of the classical piano that he started at the age of nine and where he acquired the diploma at the Mascagni Conservatory in Livorno, to then devote himself to exploring others musical contexts, multifaceted and varied, ranging from experimental music to progressive to the new wave up to the Jazz, in which he obtained the specialistic diploma at the address of composition, at the G.B Martini Conservatory of Bologna. The classical matrix imprinting, the subsequent training in jazz, combined with the ability to decline and mix different and composite interpretative atmospheres and styles, have allowed to the artist to enhance his own expressiveness and his piano and compositional flexibility and of to establish important collaborations with groups and musicians including, from the early age until to the most recent career, are considered as noteworthy, Gilles Martin, the avant-garde group Brussels Tuxedomoon, the American composer and saxophonist Steven Brown, the guitarist Marco Di Maggio and the composer and organettist Riccardo Tesi. The artist also boasts numerous record collaborations, both as a pianist and as a composer and arranger. Between these: "Lazare" with the Florentine group Minox, "Brown plays Tenco" with the saxophonist Steven Brown, "Telerockn'roll" with guitarist Marco Di Maggio, "Un ballo lISCIO" e Cameristico" with composer and organettist Riccardo Tesi. He also has the latter recently collaborated on the composition and arrangement of the soundtrack of the theater show, Calendar Girl, with Cristina Pezzoli as director and Angela Finocchiaro among the interpreters.
Born in San Benedetto del Tronto, he graduated from the Conservatory "L. D'Annunzio "of Pescara with Massimo Magri; he followed the advice of Franco Maggio Ormezowsky; he participated in Verbania at the "International Violin Curses" with Antonio Pocaterra, 1st cello at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and at the Ars Nova Music Schools in Palermo; he was finally perfected in Padua with Susan Moses, the "Solisti Veneti". In various chamber ensembles (duo, trio, quartet, quintet and sextet) he has participated in important music seasons such as the "Festival International de Musique" in El Jem (Tunisia), the seasons of theaters "Petruzzelli" (Bari), "Salamis Antique Teatre "(Cyprus), Parktheater (Ausburg), Pedrotti (Pesaro)," Biondo "," Vegetable "and" Politeama "(Palermo)," Manzoni "(Monza)," Savoia "(Campobasso) (Palermo), "La Valle", "Moliére", "Auditorium Parco della Musica" and "Olimpico" (Rome), "Lauro Rossi" (Macerata), "Le Muse" and the Concerts of the "Musical Week" (Lugano), "Holy Week of Monreale", "Severino Gazzelloni International Festival" (Frosinone), "Accademia Filarmonica Romana", "University of Concerto Institutions - IUC" and "The Trajan Market" Rome), "Barattelli" (L'Aquila), "Ravello Festival" (Salerno), "Conc Erzi del Quirinale "in Rome," Bach World Festival "in Florence, etc. He has collaborated with numerous orchestral and chamber ensembles, among which are the" Orchestra Internazionale della Magna Grecia "(Ta), the" Orchestra Sinfonica del Petruzzelli "(Ba)," Philharmonic Orchestra F. Ferrara "(Pa)," Orchestra U.Gjordano "(Fg)," Regional Symphony Orchestra of Molise "(Cb)," Swiss Concert Group Italian "(Lugano)," The Libellula Academy "(Mc)," The Solisti Piceni ", etc. Since 2007 he holds the Cello Chair at the" Antonio Vivaldi "Music Institute of San Benedetto del Tronto and from 2012 He is also Educational and Artistic Coordinator. In 2012 he founded the international "Piceno Classica" courses with flutist Luca Magni. He plays a cello Guido Leoni of San Benedetto del Tronto in 1965 and a Giancarlo Gozzo of Venice in 1982; has more than 800 concerts.