Paolo Vivaldi graduated in Composition at the Conservatory of S. Cecilia in Rome under the guidance of teacher Teresa Procaccini, he is arranger and composer of soundtracks for cinema and television, often also taking care of the orchestration of his compositions and taking care of the orchestral direction during recording.
In his long filmography, can be recalled: "Maternity Blues" by Fabrizio Cattani (2011), presented at the 68th Venice Film Festival and "Non essere cattivo" by Claudio Calligaris (2016, for which he received the "Colonnesonore.net" Award in 2012 and 2016 respectively.
Paolo Vivaldi received the Sound Award, the only exclusive Italian and international recognition for composers of film music, sponsored, among others, by the Presidency of the Italian Republic, in 2007 as the best soundtrack for the cinematographic film “The smile of 'last night "by Ruggero Cappuccio, in 2008 as the best soundtrack in the fiction section for the miniseries in two episodes"Rino Gaetano”By Marco Turco, in 2011 for the soundtrack
of the RAI TV film "Edda Ciano e il Comunista", in 2012 for the
soundtrack in the "fiction section" for the two-part miniseries "L'Olimpiade Nascosta" and in 2014 for the TV drama "Adriano Olivetti – La forza di un sogno".