After graduating in 1994 from the “G. Rossini” Conservatory of Music in Pesaro, where he studied the flute under the guidance of Maestro Fiorenzo Di Tommaso, Massimo Ghetti attended various seminars and masterclasses with Patrick Gallois, Michele Marasco, Dante Milozzi, Bruno Cavallo, Giuseppe Garbarino and with Quintetto Bibiena at the Chigiana Academy of Siena. ln 1994 he won the second prize (first prize not awarded) at the "Emanuel Krakamp" competition; in 1996 he was awarded the first prize with the Cherubino Flute Ensemble at the "Emanuel Krakamp" competition. With thesame group he also won the first prize at the "Clara Schumann” competition. In 1997 he won the second prize (first prize not awarded) at the national competition "Riviera della Versilia" and the third prize at the "Liburni Civitas"competition. In the same year he also got the third prize with the pianist Desiré Scuccuglia at the "Liburni Civitas" competition. In 1999 he won the second prize (first prize not awarded) at the international competition "Vittoria Caffa Righetti" in Cortemilia. In 2002 he won the first absolute prize with Trio Eccentrico at the International Competition City of Vignola (Modena). He has collaborated with prestigious Italian orchestras such as the Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trento, the Rossini Orchestra of Pesaro, the Orchestra of the Teatro Comunale of Bologna, the Sanremo Symphony Orchestra and the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra conducted by Maestro Riccardo Muti with which he participated in recordings and concerts broadcasted by RaiSat, Sky Classica,RadioTre and RaiTre. From 2001 to 2003 he participated as first flute in theRossini Opera Festival in Pesaro. Since 2004 he has been working as a musicteacher at the "M. Malpighi" Secondary School in Bologna and the "San Giuseppe" Secondary School in Modena.