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Symphony no. 1


for orchestra

Released: December 10, 2021

Year of composition: 2019

Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra

John Roger Walton Conductor

Recorded at Fismer Hall, Stellenbosch, South Africa,

in November 2019

Sound engineer: Gerhard Roux


Scores available soon

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Il cielo senza timore


after a page of Anne Frank's Diary

for flute, vibraphone, piano, soprano, and strings

Released: January 27, 2022

Year of composition: 2018

Orchestra Giovanile del Conservatorio Cimarosa di Avellino

Maria Grazia Schiavo | soprano

Claudio Ciampa | conductor

Recorded at the Domenico Cimarosa Music Conservatory of Avellino, Italy,

in October 2018

Sound engineer: Massimo Aluzzi


Scores available soon

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a musical journey

for violin, cello, and piano

Released: April 23, 2021

Year of composition: 2009-2015

Violin: Arturo Sica

Cello: Andrea D'Angelo

Piano: Emanuele D'Onofrio

Recorded at Grandfather Studio, Naples, Italy,

in July 2019

Sound engineer: Massimiliano Pone


Scores available soon

Unreleased works

Piano works


2018: Etude no. 1 (Reflections)

2020: Prelude no. 2

Chamber works


2016: Oboe Nocturne-Sonata "12 hours", for oboe and piano; first performance: National Theatre Festival of Casamarciano, Italy (2016)

Piano Trio n. 1, for violin, cello and piano

Variations on a theme by Verdi, for wind quintet

Chanson d'automne (Autumn Song), upon a poetry by Paul Verlaine, for flute, clarinet, vibraphone, 2 violins, viola, cello


2018: The collector, for clarinet, violin, viola, cello and piano; first performance: Fusion Film Scoring Workshop, Thessaloniki, Greece (2018)

Vocal works

2015: Ho sceso dandoti il braccio, for baritone and piano, poetry by Eugenio Montale; first performance: Baiano Classic Festival, Italy (2015)

​2016: Mantieni i tuoi pensieri positivi, for mezzo-soprano and piano, words by Mahatma Gandhi

Orchestral works

2017: Variations on a theme by Scarlatti

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