Bachelor of Science, New York University, 1953. Postgraduate, Tanglewood Music School, Lenox., Massachusetts, 1953. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1955.
Postgraduate, Hofstra University, 1975.
Instructor, director, New York Board Education, New York City and Levittown, 1956-1981; conductor emeritus, Brooklyn Doctors' Symphony, since 1961; conductor, Sicilian Symphony Orchestra, Palermo, Italy, 1966; conductor, music director, Opera on the Sound, Commack, New York, since 1981; conductor, music director, Singer's Theater, Schrub Oak, New York, 1983-1984; conductor, music director, Massapequa (New York) Philharmonic, since 1983; conductor, South Bay Chamber Players, Wantagh, New York, since 1985; conductor, Metro Lyric Opera, Allenhurst, New Jersey, since 1986; conductor, music director, Senior Citizens Pops Orchestra, Melville, New York, since 1987; conductor, music director, Bay Area Symphony, Sayville, New York, since 1989; conductor, Queens Opera Company, Queens and Brooklyn, since 1989.
Member Local 802 American Federation Musicians, Council Administrators and Supervisors, Conductors Guild, American Symphony Orchestra League.
Married Loyola Rae Batty (deceased March 1979). 1 child, Michael Gerald Saverio.