Nuccio D'Angelo began playing music at the age of six, immediately showing a remarkable interest for the guitar and for composition.
His most important teachers have been guitarist Alvaro Company,† and composer Gaetano Giani-Luporini.
He has performed in concert both as a soloist and as a chamber musician in Italy, U.S.A., Canada,Greece, France, Germany, Spain and Portugal.
He won the first prize at the "Festival of contemporary music" (Tokyo 1984) with "Due Canzoni Lidie" (recorded therteen times in the last years) and the "A. Segovia" competition in Almunecar (1991) with "Magie". Nuccio D'Angelo received a special prize in 1996 at "The European International Competition for Composer" in New York and "La chitarra d'oro per la composizione" (Alessandria - 1997)
His music has been appreciated by many important musicians such as L. Brouwer, T. Riley, R. Smith-Brindle, A. Pierri and played and recorded by famous guitarists: "Due Canzoni Lidie" was recorded many times in the last years and played by many guitarists in concert and in guitar competions. He teaches classical guitar at the "P. Mascagni Musical Institute" in Livorno and led courses of guitar and composition in U.S.A., Canada, Germany, Spain and in many italian cities. Nuccio D'Angelo held in 2005 a guitar course and in the 2006 a composition course at the Indiana University of Bloomington (U.S.A.). In July 2007 he was invited in Australia to held a concert of his compositions at “Darwin International Guitar Festival”.