Why “Sinfònia”? It is a Grecian accented word that means “along with music”; this is indeed our
band’s target: “creating new melodies altogether and genuinely communicating the right energy
in order to thrill and excite our audience, with a typical Italian Pop, often mixed up with Reggae
They were born in March 2012 and started together a path that led them to various exhibitions in
squares and clubs over the Ionic coast last summer, earning great success.
Sinfònia started a highly qualifying training session in September; infact they came in touch with a
master of Italian music, Paolo Termini, arranger and composer, member of the “Orchestra Italiana”
and guitarist for Renzo Arbore.
In conjunction with Paolo they Produced at the Terminus Studio in Naples “Vesto di Rosa”,
unreleased song written by Azzurra Conforto, based on an idea by Antonio Lupia, and arranged by
Paolo Termini. This track will be included in the album “Nessun Titolo”, that will be released on
December 21st together with 6 more tracks, making a total of 7 previously-unreleased songs.
By the way, the appreciation and recognition by many artistic celebrities such as G. Mogol, G.
Barbera, G. Anastasi needs to be highlighted, for what concerns the tracks “Nessun Titolo” and
The name of the album “Nessun Titolo” (“No Name”) comes from a track of the CD and should not be
considered as a lack of imagination in naming the project, but rather a demonstration of maturity and
consciousness of the need to grow up by the young members of the Sinfònia, so that they preferred not
to give a name to their first work, leaving the floor open to every kind of contamination and to the need to
compose and create always new products, without any label or barrier.
With less of one year of experience, these are the “steps” made by Sinfònia up to now. So we invite
you to check out the freshness and the novelty of our melodies, that you can listen by searching on
YOUTUBE “Sinfònia” or by clicking on “Canale Antonio Lupia” (Antonio Lupia Channel).
Members of the band
Voice Azzurra Conforto
Guitar Antonio Lupia
Bass Salvatore Rotundo
Drums Ismaele Rocca
Sax and flute Paolo Margaira
In collaboration with Master of Trumpet Daniele Cantafio, Francesco Silipo (keyboards and piano),
Serena Mustari (violin).