Adriano Melchiorre studied piano, clarinet, instrumentation, composition and conductorship in Rome in Santa Cecilia Music Conservatory. He also attended a workshop in orchestra direction with Leonard Bernstein, offered by Accademia di S.Cecilia.
He soon committed himself both to didactic and free lance musicianship, teaching Composition in Conservatorio “L.D’Annunzio” of Pescara, where he is Chairman at present of Orchestra Conductorship, a discipline he also teaches in the Conservatories of Frosinone, Parma and Campobasso.
He collaborated with many relevant lyrical symphonic Institutions both in Italy and abroad, such as Accademia di Santa Cecilia, RAI (Italian State TVs) Orchestras of Naples and Rome, Prague Symphonic Orchestra, Bacau Symphonic Orchestra, Cagliari Lyrical Institution Orchestra, Costanza Lyrical Theatre Orchestra, Abruzzo Symphonic Institution Orchestra, Rome Opera Theatre, Palermo Massimo Theatre and Milan Teatro alla Scala, with which he collaborated for an important production in the context of contemporary music, conducting music by H.W.Henze.
He is active in the context of composition with transcriptions of his own of symphonic and chamber works from the traditional and contemporary repertoire, taking care of their performance, always gaining the consent of both audience and journalists.
Moreover, as sound designer and sound producer he mixed and mastered several works for prestigious recording labels: EmArcy/Universal, CAM jazz, Albore Jazz, Abeat records, Auand Records, Wide Sound, Dreyfus Jazz, Via Veneto Jazz, Gian Do Music.