In 2016 he undertook his studies in jazz drums at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. At the same time he followed a minor diploma program in classical and contemporary percussion in the same institute, where he obtained his Bachelor degree in 2020.

Since 2018 he has undertaken the study of Indian Carnatic music with professor Jonas Bisquert; thanks to which he is exploring the potential of this tradition in a context of contemporary and improvised music.

He is among the winners (with Fade In Trio) of the René Arons International Improvisation Competition, held in Antwerp in February 2019.

In September 2020 he undertakes the two-year Master course in Jazz and Improvised Music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris where he studies with André Pallemaerts, Vincent Le Quang, Alexandros Markeas and many other great French artists.

His original composition "Recto Verso" for ceramics and electronics allowed him to win the FOCI call launched by Kaunas 2022 in December 2020.

Since 2021 he’s steadily collaborating with IRCAM researcher and composer Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch and he’s studying live electronics and MAX MSP with Andrea Agostini.

With Fade In Trio he won the 2021 Tomorrow’s Jazz Competition in Venice.

He has performed in Italy, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and in the following music festivals: Fortissimo (2015), Rewire (2019), Umbria Jazz (2019), Fara Jazz (2019), Makeit Tilburg Jazz Festival (2019).
Marco is active in both jazz and contemporary music fields and he’s steadily collaborating with many international artists, namely:
-MASNA’ (as leader)
-Fade In Trio (as co-leader)
-AMPere Trio (as co-leader)
-Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch
-Petra Cini
-Harry Golden
-Abel Fazekas
-Lauge Dideriksen
-Laura Agnusdei
-Edgars Rubenis
-Riccardo Marogna

Recent and upcoming releases include Fade In Trio debut “Introspection” (Unite Jazz Records, 2020) and follow up “Live fast, die a legend” (2022). In 2022 he will also release the debut album of MASNA’ featuring 6 new compositions for sextet.