Roy Paci was born in Augusta (Siracusa) in 1969. Trumpet-player, composer, arranger and singer, he began to play the piano when he was very young and started the trumpet at the age of ten.
From 1990 onwards he started travelling, visiting South America, the Canary Islands and Senegal, while continuing to develop his musical influences. When he returned to Italy, he carried on with this quest of exploration, at times ground-breaking, of music, affirming himself in an infinite series of collaborations and tours all over Europe and overseas.
In 2005, thanks to the music composed for the film “La Febbre” by Alessandro D’Alatri, Roy Paci won the acclaimed “Nastro D’Argento” and received a nomination for best musician for the David di Donatello.
Currently Roy Paci is involved in many musical, editing, film and television projects.