Originally from Milan, Italy, Marco moved to the UK to study Physics at Cambridge University. He then completed his MPhil in Scientific Computing before joining Jukedeck.
He’s worked in our composition team for over a year now, applying cutting-edge A.I. techniques to music. Marco also has a keen interest in the hardware side of computing and can regularly be found building servers with his bare hands!
Amongst the team, Marco is known as a bastion of both Italian and English culture and regularly heads off to orchestra rehearsals after work. Read more about Marco below.
Role at Jukedeck: Software Engineer in Music Composition
Background: MPhil in Scientific Computing and MSci in Physics from Cambridge University. Previously studied Violin at the Conservatory of Pavia. He started playing in orchestras as a child and has performed ever since in Italy, Cambridge, and now London.
Obsession with music began when: At 5, he was given the choice of playing piano or violin, and chose the latter because you can serenade people with it (you can take the man out of Italy and all that…)
Instruments: Violin, Viola, 5-string violin, piano
Vinyl of choice: Rodrigo y Gabriela – Rodrigo y Gabriela
Marco building a new server, which we named “Ada” after Ada Lovelace, who predicted in 1843 that one day a computer program would be able to write music.