He has participated in international festivals such as the Marlboro Festival (USA), the Bratislava Festival (Czechoslovakia), the "Semaines Musicales de Tours", the "Festival de Radio France et Montpellier" (France), the Bregenz Festival (Austria), the "MITO SettembreMusica" International Festival, and the "Settimane Musicali Internazionali di Stresa" (Italy).
Segre has won numerous competitions, including the East & West Artists Prize in New York in 1987, which allowed him to make his debut at the Carnegie Recital Hall, and, in the same year, the Pro Musicis International Award in New York. In 1989 he was selected for the UNESCO International Rostrum of Young Performers.
Jean Françaix dedicated his concerto for guitar and orchestra to Segre, which he subsequently recorded for WERGO.
Born in 1965, Segre studied under Ruggero Chiesa at the Milan Conservatory, and took his diploma with great distinction, "summa cum laude". He has attended Master Classes by Julian Bream and John Williams, as well as pursued studies in composition and violin.<br>