Vincenzo Adelini is an Italian guitarist and composer known for his original works for solo guitar and his film soundtracks.
He graduated with highest honors in classical guitar at the Conservatory of Music and later expanded his musical education by exploring various genres and experimenting with the use of different electronic and traditional instruments.
In 2022, he released the album “Light,” featuring 10 original compositions for solo classical guitar, reaching over 1.5 million streams on Spotify in just a few months.
His musical style could be described as “Classical Modern” as he aims to blend elements from classical and academic traditions with a modern and contemporary language, playing both classical and electric guitar.
His work as a composer extends to the film industry as well.
In 2021, he composed the soundtrack for the film “Calibro9” by Toni D’Angelo (Rai Cinema/Minerva Pictures), winning the award for Best Original Soundtrack at the Apioxiomeno Festival.
In 2018, he composed and produced the soundtrack for “Nessuno è innocente,” featuring Salvatore Esposito (Gomorrah). The film, directed by Toni D’Angelo, was presented at the 75th Venice International Film Festival and won the award for Best Soundtrack at the LGCG Festival.
Currently, Vincenzo Adelini resides in Italy but works internationally.
He holds the position of Senior Teacher at the “Prodigio School of Music” in Canada and is a Music Producer for “Myths & Legends Entertainment” in Seoul.