Born in Naples, he led his vocal studies with Giuseppe Taddei, Alfredo Kraus, Paolo Silveri, Silvano Pagliuca and Katia Ricciarelli. In 1994, he began his professional career singing in the prestigious opera houses of Regio of Turin, San Carlo in Naples, Opera Bastille, Carlo Felice in Genoa, Cagliari Opera, the Zagreb Opera, Art Centre of Seoul, Opera of Skopje, Rossini Festival, Festival of the Itria Valley, Ravenna Festival, Opera of Tokyo, Ferrara Musica, and Petruzzelli in Bari.

He has worked with conductors such as Sir George Solti, Bruno Bartlett, Maurizio Arena, Vjekoslav Sutej, Fabio Luisi, Matteo Beltrami, Maurizio Colasanti, Alessandro d’Agostini, Marcello Mottadelli, Joran David, Gabor Otvos, Alexander Anissimov, Christian Frattima, Huber Soudant, and with renowned directors including Beni Montresor, Ugo Stefano Vizioli, Arturo Cirillo, Bepe de Tommasi, Thomas Moskopoulos, Lorenzo Amato, Paolo Bosisio, Alessandro Talevi. In his two decades of singing career he has performed a vast of repertoire, beginning with Verdi (Aida, Rigoletto, Otello, Don Carlo, and Nabucco), Rossini (Il Barbiere de Seville, Signor Brushing and La Cenerentola), Donizetti (Don Pasquale, L’elisir d’amore), to the verismo repertoire of Cavalleria Rusticana, Tosca, Turandot, Edgar, Les contes d’Hoffmann, Carmen, L’Heure espagnole, Rossignol, the Midsummer night dream, La donna Serpente, and some witty characters in Mozart’s operas. He is the first Italian performer playing the role of Gernot in the Opera “Die feen” by Wagner, and was  the first modern interpreter of the roles of Figaro in “Due Figaro” by Michele Carafa, and Don Checco, in the opera by Nicola de Giosa. He has participated in many record editions in CD and DVD of different works. For example Don Checco, by Nicola de Giosa (Dynamic editions), Crispino e la Comare, by Federico and Luigi Ricci (Dynamic editions), La donna Serpente, by Alfredo Casella (Melodram editions)