First of all, I love teaching!
It is essential for me to teach by transmitting serenity and a desire to challenge ourselves in personal musical growth. My teaching system starts from understanding what it means to produce a beautiful sound and how much importance must be given to the dynamics that are directly proportional to our emotions. The learning system I prefer is based on the analysis of one’s own body awareness (rhythm) which is fundamental in the management of the musical materials learned (melodic, harmonic and rhythm materials).
Moving with music and being able to transmit music without your own instrument is the basic objective to build a correct musical growth.
Topics saxophone lessons
– Developing of the sound;
– Ear training;
– Scales (ascending, descending, every interval) with your instrument and with the voice;
– Chords (triads and seventh chords with every reverse) played also on piano and with the voice;
– History of music;
– Music theory
– Music reading
Drums, piano, and saxophone
I discovered the music with drums when I was only four then I switched for piano studying classical music for five years. At the end of 2009, after having tried the tenor saxophone as a game, I fell in love for this fascinating instrument and I decided to choose it as my definitive instrument. Today I’m a freelance musician, teacher, and composer/producer.
Bachelor (Conservatory of Bologna (2012 to 2016)
Master (Conservatory of Salerno (2016 to 2018).
Exchange student in CODARTS (2018).
In these years I studied with a lot of great musicians such as Barry Harris, Jerry Bergonzi, Tim Bern, Scott Hamilton, Ben Van Den Dungen, Tom Beek, Tineke Postma, Rik Van Den Berg, Johan Clement, Ilja Reijngoud, Piero Odorici, Barend Middelhoff, Carlo Atti, Stefano Senni, Paolo Silvestri, Giampaolo Ascolese, Pino Jodice, Tomaso Lama, Marco Ferri , Massimo Greco, Max Turone, Massimo Tagliata, Dario Deidda, Sandro Deidda, Giulio Martino, Guglielmo Guglielmi, Aldo Vigorito, Francesco D’Errico.