I'm currently a PhD student at the Royal Academy of Music, London, and hold a Masters of Music diploma with 'Distinction' from the same institution. At RAM I had instrumental tuition from Michael Lewin, Timothy Walker, David Russell, Fabio Zanon, and Julian Bream, and researched gestural processes in the performance of music by Toru Takemitsu.
I perform regularly as a soloist and chamber musician in a great range of countries in five continents, from major music centres such as England, Italy, Switzerland, and the United States, to countries with rising concerts tradition such as China, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Brazil. I launched many recordings, played numerous concert tours, and won prizes such as the worldwide acclaimed ‘Julian Bream Award’, which in parallel to my other personal projects in music-making helped me to reach an increasingly higher level of performance and research. I regularly work as guest artist/lecturer in many festivals and academic institutions worldwide, and my private students who decide to take graded exams such ABRSM usually achieve 'Distinction', fact that reflects the effectiveness of my dynamic and straight-forward approach to guitar teaching.