Born the son of a Neapolitan Opera Singer, David’s first taste of music was passionate to say the least, including wonderful renditions of “O Sole Mio”, “Nessun Dorma” and many more.
Childhood saw many years studying Classical Piano, filling David’s young mind with the artistic creations of Bach, Mozart and Paganini.
It was at this young age that examiners discovered his rare talent for obtaining perfect pitch, making him able to reciting enormous sonatas without sheet music.
It was also at this time that his creative flair for composition was spawned with the birth of the song “Don’t Leave Without Goodbye”, which went on to win two prizes at music festivals in his home town.
David’s adolescence was graced with the thunderous hard rock era of the 80’s which was greeted with open arms by this young and aspiring musician.
It was this style of music that created in David a long fascination with the birth of rock from The Beatles, Led Zepplin and Jimmy Hendrix.
On his 18th Birthday David De Vito saved up to buy his very first electric guitar, which he still has today.
Involved with fronting many bands and entertaining, David De Vito has gone back to his roots of opera and has enjoyed a successful stage career, touring in Australia and the US twice.
Not satisfied with just music, David De Vito enjoyed a season on the television show “Moving Properties” and wrote the soundtrack to the feature film “The Turner Affair”.
The late nineties spawned the release of David De Vito’s first album “Felice” which showcased original compositions and a couple of the opera greats.
“Felice” has a wondrous palate of musical depth, rich with passion and thunderous power.
All the above mentioned influences ring through beautifully in each of the songs as you are taken on a musical journey and a window view into this artist’s soul.
Presently David De Vito is producing his forthcoming album.
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