Roberto Paol’Emilio borns in Como (Italy) in 1961.
At the end of technical education, his attitude for sound and passion for music inspires him in specific studies for musical instruments and therefore to lutherie.
Then, by following ancient books and modern specialized publications, he starts in crafting musical instruments according to the "Cremonese" method, and refines his style and technique under the knowledgeable guide of master luthier D. Fodrini from Cremona.
At the end of '90s, he attends classes held by "Accademia degli Imperfetti" Society in Pescara, focusing on ancient music and getting specialized in making viols and baroque bows, thanks to highly valuable technical support and supervision got from qualified professionals such as M. Less, F. Lowenberger, A. Airenti, G. De Frenza and others.
In 2004 and 2005 he cooperates at events such as "Laboratorio di Musica Antica" (Ancient Music Laboratory) and "Progetto Monteverdi" (Monteverdi Project), held in Pescara at local music academy "L. D'Annunzio".
In May 2005 Roberto Paol'Emilio opens his atelier of lutherie in Pescara (Italy) downtown.
In 2006, in pursue of further professional growth and knowledge of ancient music, collaborates in "Progetto Aci e Galatea" (Aci and Galatea Project) at
Pescara music academy, this time in the role of teacher for lutherie classes with the purpose of crafting a bass viol (viola da gamba) after Barak Norman (17th. C).
In the years 2011, 2013 and 2014 he exhibited his instruments at the "Day of the Viola da Gamba", event organized by the School of Music of Fiesole.
In the fall of 2014 he was invited by the Cremona's Museum of the Violin to expose his instrument to the exhibition "Italian violin makers of the 21st Century."