Vito's musical journey began in Pop, Rock and Blues. By the time he was in his teens, he was already hailed as a guitar virtuoso and working regularly in the L.A. club scene. He later studied classical music and received a Bachelors in Music from CSUN.
But it was Vito's spiritual quest that led him to the New Age and World Music scenes. He was introduced to Meditation at the age of 13, and later Yoga. This in turn exposed him to Global Music and World instruments, from sitar to charango. His interests in the healing power of music and his Classical background seamlessly blended in with his expansive experiments in New Age music, expressed in his 1st release as an artist, "Yoga Heart Healing". Each of his subsequent releases reflect the healing aspect of music and his desire to bring that music to a greater audience.
Over the years, he's had the privilege of working with such New Age artists as Constance Demby, Jai Uttal, Deepak Chopra, Steven Halpern and Donna De Lory.
Meanwhile, Vito has embarked on the massive task of bringing the sacred text the "Bhagavad Gita" to the world as an album, "Song Divine - “The Bhagavad Gita Rock Opera”. Writer Lissa Coffey has translated the book: "Song Divine is written in verse and rhyme, the way the Bhagavad Gita (translated to "The Song of God" from Sanskrit) was originally intended."
The album featured Indian superstar Sonu Nigam and was released in October of 2021 to great acclaim.
Vito’s next release is with 2x Grammy winner and environmentalist Ricky Kej. “Wild Monsoon” drops in June 2022. It’s a eclectic blend of World Beat and New Age.
Ricky and Vito paired last on Vito’s “Om Land” album
Vito brings integrity and unique artistry to music that defies pigeon-holes. "I have the ability to hear something in everything" I can see round the bend when someone plays me an idea. That inspires me in the job of Producer.