Antonella Vitale is a jazz singer and composer. She studied classical piano, vocal technique and jazz improvisation at the Testaccio Popular School of Music, with Giuppi Paone.
Here she also attended the workshops of Nicola Stilo and joined the Danilo Terenzi’s and Marco Tiso’s Big Band as lead singer.
She teaches jazz singing at the "New Mississippi Jazz School" in Rome.
She sang in trios and quartets with Lorenzo Tucci, Nicola Stilo, Fabrizio Bosso, Nicola Angelucci, Andrea Beneventano, Luca Bulgarelli, Pietro Ciancaglini, Gianluca Renzi, Francesco Puglisi, Nunzio Rotondo, Aldo Bassi, Marco Siniscalco, Marcello Di Leonardo, Stefano Sabatini, Antonello Vannucchi, Karl Potter, Claudio Colasazza, and many others.
In 1996 she collaborated on a CD for Primrose Music recording choirs and vocal soloists.
In June 1997 she attended the Competition “Premio Città di Colleferro” and she came third in the jazz section.
In 1998 she came first in the national competition “Musicisti Città di Latina” in the section of “modern song contest”.
0In 1999 she was rewarded in the “Ciampino Jazz Festival” with guitarist Andrea Memeo " JAZZ TANDEM". Luigi Onori writes on the pages of newspaper Manifesto: “the JAZZ TANDEM duo of Andrea Memeo and Antonella Vitale has heated the audience with the enthusiasm and warmth of its approach.”
In 2001-2002 she sang in a CD-Test for Audio Car Stereo magazine in which she composed the music and wrote the lyrics.
She has published the following CDs: "The Look of Love" for "Alfamusic" label, distr. Egea (2003); "The Island" for "Audio Record" label (2003); "Raindrops" dedicated to Burt Bacharach for "Velut Luna" label, distr. Egea (year 2008), "Random" for NewMediaPro label, (2010) Distribution Egea, performing elegant covers entirely dedicated to Italian pop music.
She has joined:
- the fifth edition of the "Festival Latina Jazz", with Francesco Puglisi (double bass) and Andrea Beneventano (piano);
- the "Sirene Voci dal Mare Festival” in Cattolica with Andrea Beneventano, Francesco Puglisi and Nicola Angelucci (drums); - Rassegna Scalea "voci al femminile" organized by the Cité de la musique with Andrea Memeo (guitar) and Stefano Cantarano (double-bass); - the Jazz Festival at the Massari Theatre in Rimini for the presentation of B. Bacharach Project with Andrea Beneventano, Francesco Puglisi, Aldo Bassi (trumpet) and Alessandro Marzi (drums). With the same group joined the 2010/2011 summer season of "Villa Celimontana Jazz" in Rome.
In quintet with Andrea Beneventano, Francesco Puglisi, Marco Valeri (drums) and Aldo Bassi joined the “Acuto Jazz Festival" at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.
At the “Casa del Jazz” in Rome was lead voice in the Big Band and in the Pop Orchestra directed by Maestro Gerardo di Lella.
With Maestro Gerardo di Lella took part in the "Leuciana Jazz Festival", the "Ispani Jazz" and the "Homage to Piero Piccioni".
As a vocalist, contributed to the realization of the soundtrack for the short movie "Cous Cous" written and directed by Pino di Persio.
She was co-writer and lead singer on the soundtrack for the short movie "Poco più di due passi" written and directed by Pino di Persio, who won in 2007 the Prize “Cortocircuito” in Livorno.
She was also lead singer and co-author of the texts in the short movie "Zenzero" directed by Pino di Persio with Giorgio Colangeli, winner of best actor at Rome Movie Festival for the movie "Salt Air".
As a special guest, she collaborated in the realization of Massimiliano Coclite’s CD live, with Marcello di Leonardo, Luca Bulgarelli, Fabrizio Bosso, Fabrizio Mandolini, Bruno Marcozzi.
She was solo-voice in the Walter Martin's project "Tribute to Bruno Martino".
“Antonella Vitale has an excellent voice and a charisma that comes from a personal and flexible voice whether she sings in English, Italian or Brazilian ... “