Growing up I thought I would play piano as a profession. Things ended up differently, but I kept exploring different styles and instruments over the year.
I spent the first ten years of my musical career with a standard classical piano education, since the age of 8.
This recording is from the Yamaha Asia Music Scholarship 2017 competition held in Shanghai, where I got a second place.
Some of my other public recordings include
At 16 I turned to jazz studying under Aldo Radaelli, a local jazz player from Milano.
I also recorded some duos with the drummer Mario Solbiati, also my grandfather.
I couldn't always bring a piano along with me, so I bought a violin and started studying.
You can also watch me playing violin on the street, cause why should I do my violin exercise at home when I can do them en plein air.
My current company has a music room with drums so after 6 months there I picked up jazz drumming pretty eagerly.
So far drums is the instruments I enjoy playing the most, strongly recommended!
None of the previous instruments shines for apartment accessibility, so during the COVID-19 lockdown I bought a guitar and started playing classical pieces.
Most surprising fact is that guitar hurts your fingers pretty bad, and every guitarist went through a painful process of forming calli on their fingers.
Most recently I am experimenting in joining musical instruments and computational instruments, two areas that fascinate me but are rarely intersected.
Also uploading some arrangements on my soundcloud.