Born in Tuscany, Paolo Corsi has a passion for harpsichord and ancient music since he was thirteen. He is graduated with mention from the Haute Ecole de Musique in Geneva (class of Alfonso Fedi); he also studied harpsichord with Christophe Rousset and fortepiano with Pierre Goy, and followed masterclasses with Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, Liuwe Tamminga and Bob van Asperen.

As a harpsichordist, Paolo Corsi has been playin in famous concert halls like the Royal Opera in Versailles, Auditorium of the Music City in Paris, Opéra of Vichy, Kursaal Hall in San Sebastian and many others.

Brilliant, he has been on stage with many international soloists like W. Dongois, M. Bourgue, P. Amoyal, E. Cecchi Fedi, G. Balestracci, B. Cocset, V. Ghielmi, L. Pianca, M. Kiener, F. von Arx, S. Paulet and with prestigious ensembles (Modo Antiquo, Camerata de Lausanne, Ensemble Baroque du Leman, L'Amoroso, Ensemble Fratres, Quatuor Terpsycordes...)

He gives regular concerts playing harpsichord, organ and fortepiano, both as a soloist or a continuo player. He works as accompanist and baroque coach in the Haute Ecole de Musique in Geneva and he is the main organist in the Sainte-Trinité church in Geneva. Paolo Corsi has recorded for Radio France Classique, for the television (Arte and Mezzo) and for international labels Claves, Arcana and Ricercare.

Paolo Corsi is building a collection of ancient keyboard instruments ranging from Eighteenth century harpsichords to early romantic fortepianos; practicing regularly on historical instruments is one of the main features of his philosophy of playing.