I started playing bass in 1979 learning the first rudiments first from M ° Paolillo and then from the double bass player Luciano Milanese to then move on to the Music Line with Massimo Palermo and Gianni Martini in Genoa, and with Gianni Serino, and double bass with Riccardo Barbera, Max Rolff, Dino Cerruti and Aldo Zunino, dealing with various styles such as funky, blues, jazz and Latin and playing in various underground groups up to the composition and pop arrangement, learning keyboard elements and self-taught guitar.
I also participated in some jazz workshops with Dado Moroni and Riccardo Zegna and on rhythmics with Massimo Palermo, Dino Cerruti and Rudy Cervetto.
I played for a few years with Narrow Pass a progressive-rock formation recording demos and doing concerts up to the experience with Avantgarde Boyz with which I recorded an Lp for the independent Savonese house Sanremo Hit, the mix Night Latin Rhythm for Discomagic and a video for Talent1 MEDIASET and the single The Lie for Leave a Track for Abruzzo on Beatport then 4 CDs (Chillounge Music vol. 1, 2, 3 and 4 produced by Devega) with participation in the Demo program by Michel Pergolani on Radio Rai Uno
In the cover sector, with the 70 - 80 Discovery dance band I formed.
I played with various dance orchestras including Diamanti, Caffarena Band, Onda Nueva and I Planet. And piano bar with Magicover Duo.
I participated in two editions of the First Festival of the Authors of Sanremo (competing with Giò Di Tonno Lisa and Zenima).
I made several sound comments for documentary and advertising films, including the Genova Itineraries Guided series published by Elettrafilm. I appear as a bass player in the TV series "La vita che che come" on RAIUNO and in the short film "La Comtesse Sanglante" by Stefano Agnini.
I worked as a studio musician and composer in the realization of some dance and chill out discs with dj Ada, dj Paolo Mantero among these works including the single Your night for Media Records and the compilations Dancing Day Time vol. 4 and 5 for Bit Records, Saint Tropez Music Cafè, and Some of my musical influences: Marcus Miller, Stanley Clarke, Galliano, James Taylor Quartet, Brand New Heavies, Swing Out Sister, Air, Thievery Corporation.
In 2010 the collaboration in Italian music was born with the singer Giustra and Avantgarde Boyz with the texts of Antonio Melluso and the Top Records production in Milan. I am working on my own lounge and chillout project under the name of Enyo.
I participated in the semifinals of the Saint Vincent Festival 2010 and in two editions of Liguria Selection (2011-2012). Recently I have been playing with my trio and with a jazz quartet.