Orazio Saracino is a film music composer who strongly believes in versatility as one of his main strengths, dealing with original instrumental music/songs of different genres, realized for movie/commercials/TV and much more. He composed the soundtrack for short films, commercials and documentaries, not least the documentary "Vietato l'ingresso" directed by Stefano Bruno and realized for the Teatro degli Arcimboldi of Milan. In 2017 he released his first album of original pieces "IncontroTempo Suite" (Workin' Label) and, in 2020, his second original discographic project "Vivere Piano" (Angapp Music). In 2017 he was awarded among finalists in the International Contest "Salvatore Quasimodo" - composers section - with his original song "Musette". He graduated cum laude in classical piano in 2007 at the Conservatory "N. Piccinni" of Bari, and in jazz piano in 2021 at the Conservatory of Monopoli. Afterwards, he studied classical and jazz composition. He earned a master's degree in Music Composition for Film, TV and Commercials under the guidance of the film composer Francesco De Donatis.