He played, recorded and performed with: Enrico Rava, Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani, A Filetta’s Choir, Oliver Lake, David Murray, Miroslav Vitous, Rita Marcotulli, David Liebman, Toots Tielemans, Lenny White Omar Sosa, Flavio Boltro, Joanne Brackeen, Greg Osby, Ira Coleman, Dino Saluzzi, Javier Girotto, Cèsar Stroscio, Tenores di Bitti, Aires Tango, Peppe Servillo, David Riondino, Francesco Guccini, Sergio Cammariere, Lella Costa, Ornella Vanoni, Franco Califano, Eugenio Allegri, Alessandro Haber, Enzo De Caro, Omero Antonutti, Giuseppe Piccioni, Mimmo Cuticchio, Custòdio Castelo, Andrè Jaume, Furio Di Castri, U.T. Gandhi, Guinga, Riccardo Fassi, Frank Marocco, Paolo Vinaccia, Mathias Eick, Bendik Hofseth, Quinteto Violado and other more. In 2003 he composed, arranged and played for Philharmonic Marchigian Orchestra the “Suite for Bandoneon e Orchestra”.
He recorded and published more than fifty album with many label including Via Veneto Jazz, Philology, Manifesto, Felmay, Amiata Records, Splasc(H), World Music, CCn’C Records and he recorded for Harmonia Mundi Record an opera for bandoneon e string quartet called “Sine Nomine”. The latest collaborations are with the musician Miroslav Vitous for his cd called “Universal Syncopation II”, which won the German Critics Prize (Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik) as Album of the Year 2007, published by ECM. With the same label he recorded an album titled “Mistico Mediterraneo” with Paolo Fresu and A Filetta’s Choir. In 2013 with Tuk Music, Paolo Fresu’s label, he released a double lp called “Nadir” where he played bandoneon and piano. In 2014 he contributed to Torneranno i prati’s soundtrack, a movie directed by Ermanno Olmi. In March will be released for ECM an album in duo with Paolo Fresu and a documentary directed by Fabrizio Ferraro shot during the recording session in Lugano with Manfred Eicher, the ECM founder