A graduate of organ and organ composition with Luigi Molfino, Fulvio Rampi went on to complete a Masters and Doctorate in Gregorian chant at the Pontificio Istituto di Musica Sacra in Milan under the supervision of Luigi Agustoni. He followed Agustoni as head of Gregorian chant at the aforementioned Pontificio Istituto, and has published a number of works. In 1985, he founded the “Cantori Gregoriani” (Gregorian Singers), a professional ensemble of male voices, of which he remains the director. With this group he has been extremely active in recording (producing a discography of more than 20 CDs), teaching and performing, both in Italy and overseas. From 1998 to 2010 he was the director of the Cappella Musicale of Cremona Cathedral. In 2010 he formed the “Coro Sicardo di Cremona” Choir, a polyphonic ensemble with which he regularly conducts liturgical services in the Church of Sant’Abbondio in Cremona, where he is also the resident organist. He is currently the head of Pre-Polyphony at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatoire of Music in Turin.