PhD in Philosophy (Freie Universität Berlin) on Franz Rosenzweig's ontology. He studied viola da gamba with Nanneke Schaap; diplomas in Electronic Music and Composition studying with Alvise Vidolin (Venice) and Beat Furrer (Graz); further guidance from Giacomo Manzoni (Fiesole). Conferences in Harvard, Cambridge, Paris, Toronto, Venice, Madrid, Leiden, etc. He performed his electroacoustic works in complex multichannel settings in Graz (IEM), Madrid (Auditorium Museo Reina Sofía), Chatham (Dockyard). Several collaborations with Pierluigi Billone, Roberto Bacchetta, and Igor Imhoff. Investigating the relation organ/electronics he composed works for the 6 organs of Mafra, the 1642 Wöckherl organ in Vienna (Wien Modern 2020), the Nacchini organ of San Giorgio Maggiore (Venice), the 1773 Schwarz organ of the Leechkirche Graz. He is the artistic director of Registri, an international sound-art, organ, and electronic music festival dedicated to the 1745 Nachini organ of San Servolo, Venice.