Flavio G. Cuccurullo was born in Avellino on 19/12/1992.
After moving to the city of Nola, he took his first steps towards music at the age of 11.
He began with guitar lessons with M. Roberto Petrella.

This instrument will lead him to participate and win several contests in the Neapolitan area. In 2007 he studied piano with M.Nina Dajan.

In 2010 he passed the admissions of "Jazz Guitar" and "Composition M.A.I. (Music Applied to Images)" at the Giuseppe Martucci State Conservatory in Salerno, obtaining the diploma of Composition. with the highest marks.

To date he has signed works in categories such as: Spot, short films, Installations, Live Electronics, Pop, Rock, Classical and Symphonic arrangements.

In 2015 he participated in the Berlin film festival together with the director Raffaele Troianiello composing the music of the short film "Number 23724" based on the famous monologue by Ascanio Celestini "Io cammino in fila indiana"

In 2016 he signed the soundtracks for the following short films:

"In the Beginning" directed by Sara Cardillo

"The Last Egg" directed by Samuel Dablew

"Mom" directed by Aco Tenriyangelli

"Walter" directed by Walton Zed

He won the "Best Sound" award for best composer for the music of Aco Tenriyangelli's "Mom", directed by La7 journalist Franco Rina.

He won, following the film music workshop held by maestro Adriano Aponte at the "Social World film festival" in Vico Equense, a scholarship in "Film Scoring" at the Academy of Arts and Entertainment of Naples studying with maestro Bruno Campanino.

During the festival he composed the music for two short films:

"A beautiful Li(f)e" directed by Giustino Pennino

In 2017 he made the music for:

"La via nova – Formiche" (feature film) directed by Michele Cinquegrana

"Miasma" (short film) directed by Marco Lena

Also in 2017 he wrote, arranged and directed the music for "Fluxus", a theatrical performance by the playwright Clemente Napolitano with the extraordinary participation of the "Orion Vocal Ensamble".

In August of the same year his song "Bishop of Lights" won the composition competition called by The Blue Spiral Record and was included on the album "The Minimal Piano Series Vol.I"

In September 2017 he won the "Film Scoring competition" called by CAIFF (California Independent Film Festival) for the music written for the short film "Mono" by Al Benoit.

In January 2018 he joined the "E3team" in Los Angeles led by Evan Evans, for which he wrote additional music for international film productions.

In May 2018 he signed a release contract with the record label "Blue Spiral Records", with which he released his debut album entitled "Seven", an album entirely instrumental and with cinematic colors and characterized by a strong personal aesthetic.

Thanks to the collaboration with M. Giulio Marazia, director of the OFC Orchestra Filarmonica Campana, the song "Orion" is performed in the first ever performance at the Teatro S.Alfonso Maria De Liguori in Pagani (SA).

He later wrote the music for indian director Surya Dev Singh's short film "Lost & Found".

In October of the same year he was commissioned the song "The echoes of eternal beauty" for string quintet and Greek Clarinet by the international artist and painter Nello Petrucci, on the occasion of the vernissage of his exhibition dedicated to Pompeii presented in the excavations of the city in October 2019.

In February 2019 he wrote, for the Miur project "Musica D'insiemi", four pieces "Fuoco", "Terra", "Aria", "Acqua" inspired by the supernaturality of the gods of Greek mythology.

The songs were directed by M. Pericle Odierna at the locations of Villa Ravaschieri (Roccapiemonte, Sa) and at the archaeological excavations of the temples of Paestum (Sa)

In the same month he won with the song "Remembering the Future" of the Composition Competition "Score This" called by the famous production company VST 8Dio.

On March 29, 2019, he released his second album "VITRIOL" produced and published by Blue Spiral Records.

The album boasts national and international collaborations such as that of cellist Mariko Muranaka (Madonna, Cirque Du Soleil, Michael Jackson), M. Pericles Odierna (Composer of film music), Lithuanian singer leader of Laminguo Agota Ago and French-Armenian vocalist Audrey Kesseidjan.

In April 2019 he was commissioned to write the song "Circles" for the international music festival "Jazzit" created by the editorial director of "Jazz Italia" Luciano Vanni.

The song will be performed by the international pianist Stefania Tallini and the Artemus Ensemble of Pompeii conducted by M. Alfonso Todisco.

In June 2019 he obtained the certificate of merit for the Master in "Musical composition technique for cinema" of I and II Livello coordinated by the Masters Pericles Odierna and Michele Belmonte

In September 2019 he recorded with the Artemus Ensemble conducted by M. Alfonso Todisco the album "The Echoes of Eternal Beauty" together with important names such as Antonio Onorato, Pericles Odierna and Nicola H. Samale.

The album was produced by Satyr Mb Production.

In October 2019 he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the short film "Never Ending" by Indian director Manav Kumar.

In December 2019 he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the short film "Pneuma" by Marco Lena's director as part of the XIV "Coffi Film Festival" at Vietri sul Mare (Sa).

In January 2020 he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the short film "Eligens" by director Fabio Longagnani.

In February 2020 he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the short film produced by Contemply Art , "L'ultimo Whisky con il Cappellaio Matto" directed by Nello Petrucci, starring Titti Nuzzolese and Ciro Cascina.

As of February 2020 he is Music Supervisor and Music Director of the production company Satyr MB music section.

In May 2020, he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the short film "Mammiferi" produced by NewGen Entertainment directed by Sebastiano Messina.

In September 2020, he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the short film "Soli" directed by Flavio Simeone.

In October 2020 he began his collaboration with the Library Production Company "XPerimenta" by Flavio Cangialosi in the beta tester and composer roles.

In December 2020 he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the short film "Red Box" by the Roman director Stefania Soellner.

In the same month he composed, arranged and recorded the music of the documentary "'A Pastellessa" directed by Andrea Valentino.

In June 2021 he wrote the Pompei Street Festival main Jingle, produced by Satyr Production.

In October 2021 he won the "Music in Cinema" Awards for the soundtrack of "The Last Whisky with the Mad Hatter" directed by Nello Petrucci and produced by Satyr Production.

In July 2021 he composed, arranged and recorded the score for the short movie "Perla Madre" by directors Davide Maimone and Mauro Morandini.

In September 2021 he composed, arranged and recorded the music for the Hindi feature film "Dhavak" by Abishek Sharma director.
In December 2021 he composed, arranged and recorded the soundtrack for the short movie "Dark Compost" by Alice tamburrino director.

In January 2022 he composed, arranged and recorded the soundtrack for the feature film "Manmauji" produced by RedNose production and directed by Surya dev Singh.

At the same time as the activity of composer of film music he made works of contemporary music:

"La danza della realtà" for piano (2015)

"Cosmogonia" for piano (2015)

"Pathothkath" for string orchestra (2016)

"Ahrlem the thief" for orchestra (2016)

"Breaking the habit" for solo flute (2016)

"Magnetism" for two clarinets in Sib (2016)

"Quartet No.1" for string quartet (2016)

"A new dawn" for string quartet (2016)

"Sacred Geometry" for piano, flute and cello (2016)

"Minuet" – "Dance" – "7" miniatures for wind quintet (2017)

"Kyrie" for 4-voice choir (2017)

"La via nova suite" from the soundtrack of the film "La via nova – Formiche" by Michele Cinquegrana (2017)

"The Cosmos Trilogy" containing the songs:

"Orion" for orchestra (2017)

"Jupiter" for orchestra (2017)

"Sagitter" for orchestra (2017)

"Blue Velvet - Saxophone Quartet" for saxophone quartet (2017)

"The Bishop of Lights" for two pianos (2017)

"Come stelle ai marinai" for piano (2017)

"The Mountains" for small orchestra (2017)

"The Echoes of Eternal Beauty" for string quintet and Duduk (2018)

"Remembering the Future" for string orchestra and piano (2018)

"Lapis" for large orchestra (2019)

"The Four Elements" - "Fire", "Earth", "Aria", "Water" for symphony orchestra (2019)

"Circles" – JazzIt Festival for piano and small orchestra (2019)

"Empathy" – for piano solo (2020)

"Carousel" for string orchestra (2019)

"Azu's Rite" for Trumpet in Sib and String Orchestra (2020)

"Il Vino Perduto" to text by Paul Valerie for small orchestra (2021)

"The Psychophone" for orchestra (2021)