Daniele Vulpiani (1989) started his music studies at the age of ten. His early interest was for ancient music, in particular about the keybord (Organ and Harpsichord) repertoire.

In 2012 he graduated, Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy, with the highest marks at the University of Roma 3, with a thesis in Musical Aesthetics titled "The Myth of Orpheus and the Origin of Melodrama, the Euridice by Jacopo Peri and the Orpheus by Claudio Monteverdi".

He studied composition in Rome, with Marialuisa Balza and Valentino Miserachs Grau, were he achieved his diploma in 2014.

From 2014 until 2017 he studied with Daniele Bravi at the Conservatorio "U.Giordano" in Foggia and he is actually studying at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome with Ivan Fedele.

He improved his studies attending masterclasses with Daniele Bravi, Stefano Gervasoni, Eero Hämeenniemi, Luca Lombardi, Carlo Boccadoro and Derek Bermell.

Vulpiani's musical ideas are connected with Philosophy, studies on perception and in particular with Architecture.

Remarkable ensembles and soloists who have performed his music include Sincronie string quartet, Duo Dubois, the pianists Maurizio Paciariello, Davide Cicconi, the cellist Helena Švigelj, the saxophonist Alberto Napolitano and the flutists Keiko Murakami, Renata Guzik and Iwona Glinka.

His works have been performed in festivals and venues such as Festival Spazio Freon (Rome), 30° and 31° Festival Internazionale di Musica da Camera (Norcia 2015, Chianciano Terme 2017 ), Narnia Festival (Narni), Festival Campli-Borgo della Musica (2016), Španski Borci Cultural Center (Ljubliana), An Art Artistry (Athens), Festival Rumore Bianco (Foggia), Teatro Concordia (San Marino), Palazzo Annibaldeschi (Monte Compatri), concert seasons of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome.

He is founding member, with other composers, of “Harmonic Field”, a cultural association with the aim of promoting and supporting contemporary music.