Born in Bergamo, Italy, Stefano undertook piano studies with Maestro Luigi Rossi in his hometown, at the Conservatory Gaetano Donizetti. On gaining his diploma, in 1977 Stefano moved to The Netherlands and commenced studies in organ recital at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. In 1982 he was awarded his final diploma and chose to further his studies under the guidance of Maestro Wim van Beek, qualifying for a masters degree at the Conservatory of Groningen in 1984.
On completing his studies, he was awarded a scholarship from the Belgium Ministry of Culture.
As a soloist Stefano undertakes an intense artistic schedule, giving concerts in The Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal, France, USA, Latvia, Germany and Hong Kong. In Italy he has performed the inaugural concert for a number of restored historic organs.
In addition to his solo recitals, Stefano has performed as a soloist in concerts with various choirs and orchestras, including “Musica Ragazzi” di Osio Sopra in Bergamo. Stefano established an organ-trumpet duo performing with various trumpet soloists.
A collaboration with the Dutch radio broadcaster NCRV resulted in the recording of various concerts which were broadcast in their original version.
Stefano authored “Metodo per pedaliera” published by “Edizioni Musicali Carrara” in Bergamo.