Adriano Melchiorre studied piano, clarinet, composition, band instrumentation and conducting in Rome at the State Conservatory of Music of S. Cecilia, continuing his studies with J. Bodmer and L. Bernstein. He attended the courses of Composition and Choir Direction at the Fiesole Music School. He also studied and took exams in History of Music and Ethnomusicology at the Faculty of Letters of the La Sapienza University of Rome.
Active as conductor, composer and transcriber, he has directed important orchestral formations in Italy and abroad such as the Orchestra of the Academy of S. Cecilia in Rome, the Solisti di S.Cecilia, the Symphony Orchestra of the RAI in Rome. and from Naples, the Abruzzese Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Lyric Theater of Cagliari, the Bari Symphony Orchestra, the Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra, the Symphony and Philharmonic Orchestra of Prague, Solingen and Westphalia. He has collaborated with important lyric symphonic institutions such as the Teatro Comunale di Bologna, il La Scala Theater in Milan, on the occasion of the performance of H.W. Henze's contemporary opera "Il Pollicino", the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome and the Lyric Institute of Cagliari.
Adriano Melchiorre collaborated for RAI, Radio Uno Education School Department, he composed pieces on the text Orfeo Euridice Hermes by Rainer Maria Rilke, “Il Compositore Musicale” Award. Active in the field of teaching, he was a professor of Composition, Orchestral Practice and Orchestral Conducting at numerous State Conservatories of Music, performing symphonic-chamber programs of classical, contemporary authors and music applied to images. He elaborated and composed transcriptions from operas from the repertoire on the occasion of the musical programs of the Teatro Salone Margherita in Rome with great public success. Ink sound suggestions and visual, Ink 2022 at the Parco della Musica Auditorium .