Born in Polistena (Italy) in 1990, Giosuè begins classical studies in saxophone at the age of 8 and graduates from the Conservatory of Music “F. Torrefranca” in 2009 with a final score 10/10 Summa Cum Laude, under the supervision of Claudio Pacifici.
In 2010 he studies jazz harmony and improvisation techniques under the guidance of Pietropaolo Cusato at the same music conservatory.
While completing his formal education on saxophone Giosuè starts experimenting with other musical instruments such as piano, electric and acoustic bass and drums. From 2005 to 2008 he performs with the band Plasmalemma as a bass player, and as a keyboardist for the prog- rock group Akhenathon with whom he records the debut album of the band in 2007, Sfere Incomplete.
Between 2006 and 2009 he attends more than one hundred events between concerts and international recognized classical contests as orchestra player and soloist for numerous woodwind orchestras and concert bands like the Certamen Internacional de Banda de Música Ciudad de Valencia (CIBM), the International Band Competition “Flicorno d’Oro” and the Kerkrade World Music Contest.
In 2009 he performs as soloist in the woodwind orchestra Complesso Bandistico Città di Melicucco for a special edition of the mainstream Italian Television Show Uno Mattina, (RAI) broadcasted on New Year’s Day.
In 2008 Giosuè starts his artistic journey in jazz music, performing with internationally acclaimed jazz artists like clarinet virtuoso and composer Gabriele Mirabassi, pianist Nicola Sergio, jazz revelation Maurizio Giammarco, Argentinian jazz performer Javier Girotto and Max Ionata.
It is during the Festival Umbria Jazz in 2010 that Giosuè’s talent draws the attention of a committee of faculties from the renowned Berklee College of Music that strongly encourage him to move to Boston to continue his studies in music and award him with the European Berklee Scholarship of 8000$ valid to attend the college. About a year later, the same college awarded him again with a much higher scholarship, a 20000 $ scholarship renewable each year.
In the Summer of 2011 he moves to Boston to attend Berklee College of Music, where he studies jazz music and improvisation with some of the living legends of the genre like Dave Santoro, Jim Odgren, Ken Cervenka and many others. Along with extending his knowledge in the field of jazz performance he starts to become more interested in the technology side of the music-making process. In the fall of 2012 he get accepted to study in the academic program Music Production and Engineering (MP&E). During this time he deepen his knowledge of music mixing and production and starts to collaborate with many national and international artists like the multi-award winning singer Sonnet Son, winner of the talent show the Voice of Korea, and the renowned band Neo Soul Ensemble – famous for the numerous collaborations with multiple Grammy-awarded artists such as Bilal, India Arie and others.
In the spring of 2013 Giosuè starts an internship experience at M-Works, the prestigious mastering studio owned by Grammy-nominated engineer Jonathan Wyner (Aerosmith, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen).
In the spring of 2014 Giosuè graduates from Berklee College of Music with Magna Cum Laude for a four-year diploma completed in a three-year period.
In the fall of 2014 Giosuè moves to Los Angeles, where he is currently working as audio engineer for music and movies, music producer and saxophone player. He is an active member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and he has produced, recorded and mixed several albums.