In 1988 he begins recording his second album, “KERIGMA”, published by Sony Music and presented at the “Premio Tenco” in Sanremo. In 1990, “Kerigma” is published in the USA, Canada and Australia by the recording label NARADA (Sona Gaia), under the title “Euphonia”. In 1994 his third album, “La Via”, is published by D.D.D./BMG Ariola. In 1995 he writes the music for the play “The Beat Generation”, bringing out a CD with the actor Massimo Arrigoni and, on the occasion of the tribute to Fernanda Pivano in Conegliano Veneto, he accompanies the poet Allen Ginsberg in his reading.
In September 1995 he composes an ”Ave Maria” for Edizioni Paoline and presents it live, together with the singer Rossana Casale, in Loreto, in front of the Pope. The Ave Maria is included in a compilation of sacred music - “Laudate Domini” – published by C.G.D./Ed. In January 1996, the album “La Via” is published in Europe by the record company Live Music, distributed by B.M.G. Ariola under the title “SERENADE”.
In 1998 he creates the CD entitled “AFORISMI D’ARPA”, published by R.T.I. MUSIC/ SONY S4. At Easter 2000, the magazine Famiglia Cristiana publishes of the CD “Musica Caeli Concerto per il Giubileo”, containing seven pieces of sacred music composed by Vincenzo Zitello and which, on various liturgical occasions, have been played in Saint Peter’s Square in Rome, in front of the Holy Father. In April 2001, the record company FELMAY publishes the live CD “CONCERTO” by the TRIO of Vincenzo Zitello.
In April 2002, his first CD (from 1986) - “ET VICE VERSA” – is republished by the label FELMAY. In 2003 the Sound Library of Parma publishes a recording made in its studios in 1997, entitled “Ottoarmonico”. In 2005 the label TELENN publishes his sixth CD, “Solo”, played entirely on the Celtic and bardic harps and distributed by ITUNE Store throughout the world. Read more on Last.fm.
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