Vincenzo has performed as principal dancer with San Carlo Opera House of Naples, English National Ballet, Ballet Argentino of Julio Bocca, MM company of Michele Merola, and Aterballetto, dancing, all over the world, choreography by Mauro Bigonzetti, William Forsythe, and Ohad Naharin, etc.
He has received many awards including the Léonide Massine Award, and the “Giuliana Penzi 2012” for versatility and dissemination of Italian dance and music in the world. He has also danced in prestigious galas invited by Vittoria Ottolenghi, Alessandra Ferri, Maximiliano Guerra, and Alberto Testa.
Besides being an international dancer, Vincenzo Capezzuto is also a singer.
He worked both as a dancer and a singer with the Accordone Ensemble in The Temptation of the Evil at the Mozarteum Theater in the Salzburg Music Festival.
In November 2010, he was invited as singer and dancer by the European Baroque Orchestra directed by Christina Pluhar, touring all over Europe, singing Italian traditional and Baroque songs.
For several years, he has performed as guest singer with L’Arpeggiata, directed by Pluhar, and is featured on the ensemble’s recent recordings Via Crucis, Los Pájaros Perdidos, and Mediterraneo on Virgin Classics and Music for a while from Warner Classics. He has been touring with L’Arpeggiata to many international music festivals, including the Hong Kong Festival, Carnegie Hall in New York, and the BBC Proms in London.
He also performs as guest singer with the Pomo d’oro ensemble directed by Riccardo Minasi, performing Baroque Venetian music of the 18th century.
Always looking for new experiences, he participated in the movie En présence (piedad silenciosa) directed by Nino Laisné, in which he plays two traditional songs from Venezuela. He also participates on the famous recording “Ti amo anche se non so chi sei” together with other Italian singers, Franco Battiato, Lucio Dalla, Massimo Ranieri, Gianni Morandi, and Roberto Ferri.