Giacomo Campolo was born in Rome in 1992 and grew up with an antique piano, a wedding gift from his parents.

He independently discovers musical notes and the relationship between them with this muted piano in his first 10 years of age.

With the input of his father and brother, he discovered an enjoyment and ‘aptitude for singing that would lead him, after early experiences in rock bands, to study this discipline with Federica Zammarchi at the age of 16.

He has been a pop vocal student at Saint Louis College of Music since 2012 and has the pleasure of discovering his own music through the courses offered by the academy.

Giacomo Campolo first studied pop singing with Stefania Del Prete, Marco D’Angelo, and choir with Diego Caravano, Isabella Cananà, Federica Zammarchi, Elisabetta Antonini; then taking up jazz with Pierluca Buonfrate, Federica Zammarchi, Maria Pia De Vito, Ettore Carucci, Natalio Mangalavite, Antonio Solimene.

Also important for his education were masterclasses with Mr. Kurt Elling and Sachal Vasandani, and playing the role of soloist and choir leader in M° Vincenzo Presta’s orchestra, which would lead him to work alongside artists such as Diodato, Chiara Civello and compatriot Beppe Vessicchio.

Since 2016 he has been a member, as a tenor, of M° Margherita Flore’s vocal orchestra Flowing Chords, confirming his choral inclinations.


He does concerts at La Casa Del Jazz, Auditorium Parco della Muisca, Teatro Eliseo, Alcatraz with artists such as Diodato, Davide Shorty, Ainè, Serena Brancale, Noemi.

  • Through studio sessions with Flowing Chords for their 2 albums, he enhances his skills in recording studio work
  • She lends her voice as a backing vocalist for Achille Lauro’s album “Lauro”(2021), for the single “Christmas Truce” by Sweden’s Sabaton, for the album of the musical show “Captain Inkwell.”

In 2019, just before the pandemic, he was able to experience the TV orchestra as a chorister for the evenings of Maria De Filippi’s “Amici” program.

Giacomo Campolo

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