Zitello is a composer, harpist, and concert artist, started studying music at a very early age, playing the transverse flute and the viola. The first person to spread and pioneer the Celtic harp in Italy, from 1976, he dedicates himself to his musical studies, taking part in Breton cultural and musical seminars held at the “Ti Kendalc'h” with Dominig Bouchaud and Mariannig Larc’hantec. In 1978 he forms the harp and oboe duet with Roberto Mazza. In 1980 he specialised in the bardic harp and Celtic singing with Alan Stivell. In 1985 he formed the duet “Asciara” with Saro Cosentino” and records a single produced by Franco Battiato and published by EMI, based on a traditional Irish piece sung in Gaelic, winning the “Vela D’Argento” in Riva Del Garda.