Composer and conductor, the third in a generation of musicians, begins, at an early age, his studies of clarinet, piano and violin with his father Giuseppe (clarinetist and composer), then enters the ‘Niccolò Piccinni’ conservatory in Bari. Continues his studies of composition and conducting at the ‘Conservatoire Superieure de Musique’ in Paris with Jacques Charpentier and graduates winning 1st Prize and Gold Medal with a Requiem Mass for soloists, chorus, Ondes Martenot and orchestra performed under his baton in the Hall of the Paris Conservatory with Mrs. Jeanne Loriod (brother’s wife of Olivier Messiaen) to the Ondes Martenot and soloists, chorus and orchestra of the Paris Conservatoire. From then on, he begins his intense activity as a composer, winning various international contests such as the “2 Agosto” in Bologna, where he received an official acclamation from Ennio Morricone as “the contest’s best composer”, and obtaining commissions from various musical institutions such as the Svetlanov Philharmonic Orchestra of Moscow, the Valle d’Itria Festival, the ‘Giacomo Leopardi’ World Poetry Center, the ‘Reale’ Philharmonic Academy of Bologna, the International Opera Theater of Philadelphia, etc. Among his compositions, the most representative are: Recuerdo de un olvido symphonic poem for mezzosoprano, baritone and orchestra on texts by Luis Cernuda World first performed in the Teresa Carreño Theater in Caracas (Venezuela); Hymne à la Beauté (dedicated to José Antonio Abreu) symphonic poem in 4 parts for baritone, chorus and orchestra taken from “Les fleurs du mal” by Charles Baudelaire; Ma la Gloria non vedo symphonic vision for narrator and orchestra performed by the orchestra of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna and broadcast on national television RAI; Trittico michelangiolesco for voice, violin and flute on three poems by Michelangelo Buonarroti; La vera Traviata scenic cantata in a prologue, 7 scenes and epilogue, libretto by Gaia Servadio, composed for Verdi’s bicentenary; La Bottega dei Sogni lyric comedy in 2 acts, libretto by Nicola Saponaro, performed in world premiere at the Petruzzelli Theater in Bari; Seven songs of light and dust for countertenor, tenor, clarinet, violin, cello and piano on 7 poems by Nikola Madziov; Madrigali dei sogni for soprano and piano from L’Isottèo by Gabriele D'Annunzio; Il sogno di Dante symphonic vision for baritone and small orchestra composed for the celebrations of the 750th anniversary of Dante's birth; Il Re cervo opera in 3 acts taken from the homonymous fairy tale by Carlo Gozzi, libretto by Paolo Bosisio, a work commissioned by the European Project and performed in world premiere in Romania, France and Italy; Shim Chung opera in 2 acts, libretto by Christian Bygott, inspired by the Korean legend of the same name, work commissioned by the International Opera Theater of Philadelphia, on the occasion of the centenary of South Korea's independence (1919-2019), performed in world premiere at the Teatro degli Avvaloranti in Città della Pieve; La chitarra nell'oceano musical comedy in 3 acts, libretto by Carmine Monaco with original songs by Angelo Inglese senior. Among his latest works, stand out: Lebenslieder (dedicated to Olga Peretyatko) for soprano and piano on 5 poems by Hugo von Hofmannsthal; Ainsi Chantait Marsyas, cinq poèmes lyriques pour baryton et piano sur des poèmes de Jacques d'Adelsward-Fersen; Ascesa nel cielo di Marte symphonic vision for wind orchestra from the 14th canto of the Paradise of the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, commissioned by the Anbima Nazionale and dedicated to the Anbima National Youth Symphony Band; Cattedrale sul mare (dedicated to Antonio Tinelli) symphonic architectures for clarinet and wind orchestra, performed in world premiere in Kreuzlingen (Switzerland); Acqua di rota (dedicated to the Italian Brass Week International Festival) symphonic impression for the Brass Orchestra for the celebrations of the bicentenary of the death of Antonio Canova (2022), performed as a world premiere at the XXIII International Festival Italia Brass Week in Florence.


He has conducted various Italian and foreign orchestras, including: the Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia; the Orchestra Regionale di Roma e del Lazio; the Orchestra Sinfonica Metropolitana di Bari; the Orchestra di Messina; the New Philharmonic Orchestra of Seoul; the University Orchestra of Pussan South Korea); the Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine; the Symphony Orchestra of the Opera of Izmir (Turkey); the Symphony Orchestra of the Opera of Mersin (Turkey); the Orquesta Sinfonica de Venezuela; the Philarmonic Orchestra of Macedonia.

He has edited various critical editions of lyric and symphonic works including the Medée by Luigi Cherubini recorded on CD as a world premiere by NUOVA ERA in the French version. In 2012 he was founder and artistic director of the International Competition of Sacred Music Composition "Pope Benedict XVI"; and in 2018, for the celebrations of the centenary of the birth of his grandfather Angelo Inglese (1918-1990), he gave life, in collaboration with the Anbima Nazionale, to the International Competition for band composition Angelo Inglese.


In April 2022 he founded in Rome the Youth Symphony Orchestra In Symphonia of which he is musical director.