Biography:

Born and raised in Switzerland, Carlo’s musical interest and talent earned him a full scholarship at the renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston, from which he graduated summa cum laude in 2013. He now lives and works in Los Angeles.

Thanks to his stylistic flexibility as a player, Carlo has performed with nearly 100 artists and bands from a wide variety of musical backgrounds (see full list below). He’s played in Asia, Europe and North America with violin virtuoso Gingger Shankar, toured South America and Mexico with Nickelodeon’s Heffron Drive and played the US and Canada with EDM DJ and Grammy nominee Coucheron, just to name a few examples. When he's not on the road, he loves playing the LA circuit with a variety of bands including his own, Victory Kid.

As a recording artist, Carlo has performed for Warner Brothers’ “The Tom & Jerry Show,” the documentary Radical Brownies, various commercials (including one for Google), and with a plethora of bands and artists. In 2018, he scored a video for the New York Times that received more than 2.5 million views.

Carlo has played a number of major television events, including the 2018 Video Game Awards (26 million viewers), Premios Telehit 2017 in Mexico (20+ million viewers) and the first-ever televised TED Talk in Mumbai, India. As an actor, he's starred in national commercials, including a Volkswagen commercial shown during each game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The music videos he's starred in have been viewed more than one million times collectively.

Carlo is a proud endorsee of:



 

 
 
Carlo has recorded and/or publicly performed as the drummer of all of the following artists:

A selection of voices from the press:

The following institutions provided Carlo with scholarships:

Berklee College of Music
Rotary International
Lyra Foundation for Highly Gifted Young Musicians
Fritz-Gerber Foundation for Talented Young People
Swiss Musician's Union
Schüller-Foundation
Fuchs-Eugster Foundation
Melinda Esterhazy de Galantha Foundation
Humanitas in Libertate
Hans and Wilma Stutz Foundation