pianist. composer. music producer.
out on now
My name is Stefano D’Amico, I was born in Turin on 3 February 1996. At the age of 6 I moved t
Cisternino, a little town among Apulian hills. Here is where my passion started.
At the age of 11 I began to study piano in middle school, with my teacher Gigliola, and one year
later I entered the Conservatoire in Monopoli., where I studied with teacher Francesco Buccarella,
a well-known pianist and clavicembalist for the group ‘I Musici’.
When I was 12 I wrote my first piano song ‘Ora che noi’, and then ‘I will not lose you’.
Until 2015 I focused mainly on pop music, writing several songs and melodies such as ‘Aria dei
miei polmoni’, which got the second place at a regional competition in High School.
2016 was a turning point for me: I moved back to Turin and I started the study of composition and
orchestral techniques, and so I decided to dedicate myself to contemporary music.
Currently Istudy composition, orchestration and film scoring with Stefano Fonzi, maestro Morricone’s longtime collaborator, and I study also piano with teacher Gianluca Guida.
In 2020 I put my passion for music and for environmentalism in ‘Tribute to the Earth’, my EP which
tells the beauty of our planet: rain, sunset, the moon, the green nature. Its purpose is to raise
awareness on the importance of protecting this natural patrimony.