Giampiero Gemini graduated in Conducting, Composition and Electronic music. He got his master's degree in Composition studying with Antonio Poce, Giorgio Nottoli, Dario Lucantoni and Piero Bellugi.
He attended master classes getting scholarships and diplomas: course of conducting "Divertimento Ensemble" in Milan with M°Sandro Gorli; course of conducting in the Accademia Chigiana of Siena with M°Yuri Ahronovich; course of conducting of the Fondazione i Pomeriggi Musicali; Composition course at the "Universität for Musik" of Vienna; New Music Composition in Reggio Emilia.
In 2005 he won the first prize of composition Dimitris Mitropoulos International Competition " in Athens with the composition for clarinet and orchestra "Ciò che mai Narciso disse" performed in several international institutions. He collaborated since 1996 with RaiTre, Radio Tre, RAI Due as composer of original soundtrack edited by Rai Trade, Warner-Fonit, for radio and television programs including the Terzo Anello, Ballarò, Annozero. In 2009 and 2011 he was guest composer at the NYU Steinhardt University in New York where he held workshops focusing on his works.
As conductor he focused his activities in the repertoire of contemporary music conducting among others the Orchestra Nova Amadeus, Cameristi del San Carlo, the New Music Ensemble, Divertimento Ensemble, Ensemble Pierrot Lunaire, Orchestra i Pomeriggi Musicali, Ensemble del Teatro Comunale di Ferrara.
He is professor at Conservatorio di Musica "Ottorino Respighi" in Latina and director of the book series MultimediArt of Italian publisher Armando Editore. He is a member of Hermes Intermedia collective.