Along with his delicate guitar playing and impressionist compositions, Nicolas de Angelis has helped to make a new French romanticism. A classically educated instrumentalist, he’s performed on film ratings by Michel Legrand and Jean-Claude Petit and in the documenting studio room with Yves Montand, Claude Aznevour, Michael Berger, Yves Duteil, Nilda Fernandez, Enzo Enzo, and Sylvie Vartan. De Angelis continues to be equally successful executing his very own compositions. His debut record, Quelgues Noyes Pour Anna, was authorized gold per month after its discharge in 1981. His tenth single record, Les Plus Belles Melodies Religieuses a la Guitare, released in 2000, highlighted interpretations of what he known as the “most gorgeous spiritual melodies.” Blessed in Saint-Cloud, a western Parisian suburb across the shores from the Reine River, de Angelis examined guitar on the Paris Academy from age ten. Hailed among the new variety of French intimate guitarists while still in his teenagers, he was executing in Parisian cabarets simply because an accompanist for such French pop superstars simply because Julian Clerc, Sylvie Vartan, and Fabienne Thibault just before his 18th birthday.