Born in Liège on January 31, 1975, he took private piano lessons in his childhood, then jazz guitar lessons with Charly d'Inverno. 1995-1998, Plastic Arts Studies in St-Luc, Liège. In the early 2000s, he attended Patrick Lenfant's courses in composition and electro-acoustics at the Liège Conservatory. He will not stop completing his musical training as an autodidact, but also by increasing the meetings, over time, with recognized artists and pedagogues (Borys Cholewka, Fanchon Daemers, Henri Chédorge, Jean-Frédéric Kirjuhel).

In 2002, he left Liège for Brussels and very quickly moved to Paris where he created, with Nunzio d'Annibale and Raphaël Denys an online arts and literature review called "In situ!" "(Who will publish interviews with writers and musicians: Philippe Sollers, Jordi Savall, Fabio Biondi, Etienne Klein, Stéphane Zagdanski, and many other artists and writers.).

For two years, publication of classic record reviews in the Literary Magazine, poetic-literary chronicles which will become the book How I came back to where I was.

At the end of 2007, Fabio Biondi interpreted his first violin sonata during a concert in Norway.

In 2008, departure for Bordeaux.

At the end of 2010, he joined forces with violinist Anne-Sylvie Primo who directs L'Ensemble Darius. This group of classical musicians, with variable geometry, regularly plays the repertoire and its works. Concerts given in Belgium: December 2011.

The association Amos, via videographer Nathalie de Calbiac, commissioned him to produce music for the short film Le fil de toi, which was broadcast in November 2011 at the Cinema Utopia in Bordeaux and at the Mollat ​​bookstore lounge.

On December 4, he participated as a composer and musician, with the Ensemble Darius, in the vernissage of Olivier Pé for his exhibition at the St-Pholien Church in Liège, called "Jardin des jours".

At the end of 2012, he imagined Continuum Présence, a dance / music / video performance which will be created in 2014.

In 2012, he completed two books of poetry and a book of writings on music called "How I got back to where I was", which puts into perspective, through the study of music by other composers, and the deepening of his spiritual parentage, his present and future journey.

October 2013, creation during the Sacred Music Festival of Liège, the String Quartet I, and the Sonata for solo violin I by Anne-Sylvie Primo and the Ensemble Darius.

Choirmaster Frédéric Serrano, who directs Stella Montis, commissioned him to perform a piece performed in December 2014 in Bordeaux, during a concert celebrating the choir's twenty years. The Continuum Présence disc (released in January 2013 in dematerialized form), released in January 2014 on CD under the Emma music label, and brings together works created for the David Atria Ensemble.

2014, recording of Via Tertia, music to poetic and literary texts by the Latin philosopher Boethius. Digital release date: August 31, 2015. The third electro-acoustic disc Music for Imaginary Scenes was published on the net in October 2015.

In January 2017, he founded the trio Æternis with Sylvain Biscarrat and Valentine Boisgontier, and will give several concerts in Gironde.

In April 2017, he created with artist Fanny de Rauglaudre, Enthousia (enthousia.org): a collective of artists and writers who will present in Bordeaux, Paris, his multimedia creations.

In 2017, David Atria gave lectures on "The Magic Flute" by Mozart, in particular at the universities of Rochefort and Parthenay.

The Æternis ensemble officially entered into permanent creation residency at the MLS Art Gallery, directed by MarieLys Singaravélou. Presentations / concerts, as well as multimedia proposals, took place once a season until 2019. The Æternis ensemble also performs regularly at Galerie Première Ligne by Cécile Odartchenko.

In 2018, he created the music for the poetic show Excelsior, written by the poet Patricia Houéfa Grange.

He works between Bordeaux, Paris, Brussels and Liège.