Noemi (singer)

Noemi (pronounced [noˈɛːmi]; born Veronica Scopelliti on 25 January 1982) is an Italian singer-songwriter. She rose to fame in 2009, after competing in the second season of Italian talent show X Factor. Immediately after being eliminated from the competition, she released her debut single, "Briciole", which peaked at number 2 on the FIMI Singles Chart. As of 2020, she has released 5 studio albums, which spawned commercially successful singles such as "Vuoto a perdere", "Sono solo parole", "La borsa di una donna" and the chart toppers "L'amore si odia", featuring vocals by Fiorella Mannoia, and "Per tutta la vita".

Noemi
Noemiasd.jpg
Born
Veronica Scopelliti

(1982-01-25) 25 January 1982 (age 39)
Rome, Italy
NationalityItalian
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • television personality
Spouse(s)
Gabriele Greco
(m. 2018)
Musical career
BornRome, Italy
GenresPop, Soul
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, piano, keyboard, electric guitar, classical guitar
Years active2009–present
LabelsSony Music
Websitewww.noemiofficial.it

During her career, Noemi performed songs written for her by well-known songwriters, including Vasco Rossi, Fabrizio Moro, Ivano Fossati, Tommaso Paradiso, Marco Masini, Federico Zampaglione, Giuliano Sangiorgi and Gaetano Curreri. She competed five times in the Sanremo Music Festival between 2010 and 2018, and she will also took part in the 2021 contest.

Between 2013 and 2015, she was a coach for three seasons in The Voice of Italy.

Early lifeEdit

Noemi was born in Rome, the eldest daughter of Armando and Stefania. Her father was an entrepreneur, and he became a city councilor in Vasto, while her mother was a painter.[1][2] Both of them tried to pursue a musical career, with Armando competing in the Castrocaro Music Festival, and Stefania performing as an amateur singer.[2] She has a younger sister, Arianna.[3] When she was 19-months-old, she appeared in a TV commercial for diapers brand Pampers.[3] She graduated from the Roma Tre University in 2005, earning a Bachelor of Arts in performing arts.[4] During her studies, she worked as a filmmaker for Italian television Nessuno Tv.[4]

CareerEdit

2007–2009: SanremoLab, X Factor and breakthroughEdit

In 2007, Noemi took part in SanremoLab, a competition aimed at selecting three artists to debut in the Newcomers Section of the Sanremo Music Festival 2008. She was among the twelve finalists with her song "Briciole", but she was not chosen by the artistic director of the 2008 contest, Pippo Baudo.[5][6] With her band, named Bagajajo, Noemi also performed in several small venues in Rome, mainly singing English-language covers.[4]

In late 2008, Noemi auditioned for the second series of X Factor, which started in January 2009.[7] She was one of four singers in the "Over 25" category, mentored by Morgan.[8] Noemi recorded a studio version of Vasco Rossi's "Albachiara" and Ivano Fossati's "La costruzione di un amore", originally performed at X Factor, for the official show's compilation albums, titled X Factor Anteprima Compilation 2009 and X Factor Finale Compilation 2009, respectively.[9][10] She was eliminated before the semi-finals of the competition, placing fifth overall.[11][12] Despite of this, she appeared as a guest in the following episode of the show, performing her debut single "Briciole". The song was her entry in SanremoLab 2007, but was never released or publicly performed before.[13][14] In April 2009, the single peaked at number two on the Italian Singles Chart compiled by FIMI.[15] Shortly after, her self-titled extended play was released by Sony Music.[14] The studio set featured four original songs, including the single "Briciole", and two covers.[14] During the summer of 2009, Noemi toured in Italy, performing at several small local events and patronal festivals.[16][17]

On 21 June 2009, she was among 43 female artists performing at the San Siro stadium in Milan during the charity event Amiche per l'Abruzzo, created by Laura Pausini with the purpose to raise funds supporting the reconstruction in the territories affected by the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake.[18] She sang Irene Grandi's "La tua ragazza sempre" with Grandi herself, Syria and Dolcenera.[19] On 19 August of the same year, she also performed at the Concerto per Viareggio, a charity event, created by Zucchero, whose proceeds were devolved to the families of the victims of the Viareggio train derailment.[20]

 
Noemi and Fiorella Mannoia (pictured in 2009) recorded together the song "L'amore si odia", released as the first single from Noemi's debut album Sulla mia pelle

Noemi's first full-length studio album, Sulla mia pelle, was released by Sony Music on 2 October 2009. The album, produced by Diego Calvetti, featured a song written by Baustelle's frontman Francesco Bianconi, and a duet with Fiorella Mannoia, titled "L'amore si odia".[21] "L'amore si odia" was released as the album's lead single, and spent two consecutive weeks at number one on the Italian FIMI singles chart.[22]

From October 2009 to early January 2010, Noemi went on a promotional tour across Italy, titled Sulla mia pelle Live, performing in venues such as the Otel club in Florence, the Garibaldi Theatre in Modica, and the Verdi Theatre in Cesena.[23][24][25]

2010: Sanremo Music FestivalEdit

Noemi was chosen as one of the artists competing in the main competition of the 60th Sanremo Music Festival.[26] She performed the song "Per tutta la vita", which was among the top ten entries reaching the final night of the competition, but did not qualify in the top three songs.[27] The final rankings for entries placing between 10th position and 4th position were never revealed, although Avvenire later published an article listing televote results.[28]

"Per tutta la vita" became Noemi's second number one single, and was featured on a new edition of Sulla mia pelle, released in February 2010.[29][30] From 15 April 2010 to 2 October 2010, Noemi went on tour to promote it on various stages throughout Italy and Slovenia.

On 7 May 2010 it was released "Vertigini", a new single which, for some problems between radio and recordings, was re-released on 14 May.[31]

On 24 May 2010 Noemi, in Verona Arena, got three Wind Music Awards for sales of songs "L'amore si odia" and "Per tutta la vita" and album Sulla mia pelle.

RossoNoemi and new singlesEdit

 
Noemi in concert

On 28 January 2011, it was released the single "Vuoto a perdere",[32] written by Vasco Rossi and Gaetano Curreri, that obtained a platinum disc and a Nastro d'Argento. On 22 March 2011 Noemi's second album was released: RossoNoemi, which sold over 120,000 copies, thus getting two platinum discs. On 27 May 2011 Noemi, in Verona Arena, won two Wind Music Awards for sales of albums Sulla mia pelle and RossoNoemi. On 6 May 2011 she released the single "Odio tutti i cantanti", followed on 16 September by "Poi inventi il modo".

Made in LondonEdit

On 20 February 2014, Noemi published her third studio album, recorded in London and therefore called Made in London.[33] The album includes "Bagnati dal sole", released as its first single on 22 February 2014, and "Un uomo è un albero".

Cuore d'artistaEdit

In 2016 she releases her new album, featuring Ivano Fossati, Giuliano Sangiorgi and Marco Masini, produced by Gaetano Curreri.

DiscographyEdit

AlbumEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales and Certifications
ITA
[34]
EU
[35]
Sulla mia pelle
  • Released: 2 October 2009
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
3 42
RossoNoemi
  • Released: 22 March 2011
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
6 N/A
  • ITA: 60.000+
  • FIMI: Platinum[37]
Made in London
  • Released: 20 February 2014
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
2 N/A
Cuore d'artista
  • Released: 12 February 2016
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
6 N/A
La luna
  • Released: 9 February 2018
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
13
[38]
N/A
Metamorfosi
  • Released: 5 March 2021
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
17 N/A
"—" denotes albums that did not chart

Live albumsEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
ITA
[34]
RossoLive
  • Released: 18 September 2012
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
11
  • ITA: 25.000+

EPEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales and Certifications
ITA
[34]
EU
[39]
Noemi
  • Released: 24 April 2009
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
8 97
  • ITA: 50.000+
  • FIMI: Gold[40]

SinglesEdit

List of singles, with chart positions, showing year released and album name
Single Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album or EP
ITA
[41]
EU
[42]
"Briciole" 2009 2 100 Noemi
"L'amore si odia"
(with Fiorella Mannoia)
1 81
  • FIMI: Multiplatinum[43]
Sulla mia pelle
"Per tutta la vita" 2010 1 81 Sulla mia pelle (Deluxe Edition)
"Vertigini"
"Vuoto a perdere" 2011 6 N/A RossoNoemi
"Odio tutti i cantanti" N/A
"Poi inventi il modo" N/A
"Sono solo parole" 2012 3 N/A
  • FIMI: 2× Platinum[43]
"In un giorno qualunque" N/A
"Se non è amore" 46 N/A Rosso live
"Bagnati dal sole" 2014 8 N/A Made in London
"Don't get me wrong" N/A
"Se tu fossi qui" N/A
"La borsa di un donna" 2016 29 N/A Cuore d’artista
"Fammi respirare dai tuoi occhi" N/A
"Idealista!" N/A
"Amen" N/A
"Autunno" 2017 N/A La luna
"I miei rimedi" 97 N/A
"Non smettere mai di cercarmi" 2018 19 N/A
"Porcellana" N/A
"Glicine" 2021 12 N/A Metamorfosi
"Makumba (with Carl Brave)" 64 N/A non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released.

Featured singlesEdit

List of singles, with chart positions, showing year released and album name
Single Year Peak chart positions Sales and Certifications Album
ITA
[41]
"La promessa"
(Stadio feat. Noemi)
2012 28 Diamanti e caramelle
"L'amore eternit"
(Fedez feat. Noemi)
2015 19
  • ITA: 150.000
  • FIMI: 3× Platinum[43]
Pop-Hoolista
"—" denotes singles that did not chart

Other charted songsEdit

List of songs, with chart positions, showing year released and album name
Single Year Peak chart positions Album
ITA
[41]
"La costruzione di un amore" 2009 15 X Factor Finale Compilation 2009
"Canzone per te" 36

Promotional songsEdit

Year
Song
Album
2008 Albachiara Noemi
2012 Il cielo toccherò RossoLive
Tra vento ed aria
2014 Acciaio Made in London
Un uomo è un albero
Alba

Other appearancesEdit

List of songs recorded by Noemi appearing on other albums
Contribution Year Album or DVD
"Albachiara"[44] 2009 X Factor Compilation 2009 – Anteprima by Various Artists
"La costruzione di un amore"[45] X Factor Compilation 2009 – Finale by Various Artists
"Quanto ti voglio"[46]
(Claudio Baglioni feat. Gianluca Grignani & Noemi)
Q.P.G.A by Claudio Baglioni
"Il mio canto libero"[47]
(As part of Amiche per l'Abruzzo)
2010 Amiche per l'Abruzzo (DVD) by Various Artists
"Briciole"[48]
(Live version)
"L'amore si odia"[49]
(Live version, with Fiorella Mannoia)
Il tempo e l'armonia by Fiorella Mannoia
"Come si cambia"[50]
(Neri per Caso feat. Noemi)
Donne by Neri per Caso
"Cambiare"[51] 2012 Il senso... di Alex by Various Artists
"Il cielo toccherò"[52]
(Noemi & Cast of Brave)
Ribelle (The Brave) – Musica strumentale originale
by Various Artists
"Tra vento e aria"[52]
(Noemi & Cast of Brave)
"Se t'amo o no"[53]
(Syria featuring Noemi)
2017 Io+Io
"Una spada per Lady Oscar"[54]
(Cristina D'Avena featuring Noemi)
Duets – Tutti cantano Cristina

Music videosEdit

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Briciole"[55] 2009 Gaetano Morbioli
"L'amore si odia"
"Per tutta la vita" 2010
"Vuoto a perdere"[56] 2011 Fausto Brizzi
"Odio tutti i cantanti"[57] Noemi
"Poi inventi il modo"[58]
"Sono solo parole" 2012 Noemi, Sebastiano Bontempi
"In un giorno qualunque" Noemi
"La promessa"[59]
(with Stadio)
Gaetano Morbioli
"Se non è amore" Noemi
"Bagnati dal sole"[60] 2014 Cosimo Alemà
"Don't Get Me Wrong"[61] Mauro Russo
"L'amore eternit"[62]
(with Fedez)
2016
"La borsa di una donna" 2016
Guest appearance
  • 2006 – "Dimmi come passi le notti" by Pier Cortese (with her sister Arianna)[63]

AwardsEdit

2009Edit

  • Wind Music Awards as most promising young Italian talent

2010Edit

2011Edit

Sanremo Music Festival entriesEdit

Year Section Song and writers Dueting artist and/or cover song Result
2010 Big Artists "Per tutta la vita"
  • (Diego Calvetti
  • Marco Ciappelli)
N/A Top ten[27]
2012 "Sono solo parole"
"To Feel In Love (Amarsi un po')" − duet with Sarah Jane Morris
3rd place
2014 "Bagnati dal sole"
  • (Veronica Scopelliti
  • Richard Frenneaux
  • Caroline Ailin)
N/A 5th place
2016 "La borsa di una donna"
"Dedicato"
8th place
2018 "Non smettere mai di cercarmi"
  • (Massimiliano Pelan
  • Veronica Scopelliti
  • Diego Calvetti
  • Fabio De Martino)
"Non smettere mai di cercarmi" − duet with Paola Turci
  • (Massimiliano Pelan
  • Veronica Scopelliti
  • Diego Calvetti
  • Fabio De Martino)
14th place
2021 "Glicine"[64]
(Tattroli, Ginevra Lubrano, Dario Faini, Francesco Fugazza)
"Prima di andare via" − duet with Neffa[65][66]
14th place[67]

TourEdit

Year Name Tour Shows Country Album/EP to promote
2009 Noemi tour
23
  Italy Noemi
2009–2010 Sulla mia pelle tour (prima parte)
22
  Italy Sulla mia pelle
2010 Sulla mia pelle tour (seconda parte)
53
  Italy   Slovenia Sulla mia pelle (Deluxe Edition)
2011 RossoNoemi   Italy RossoNoemi
Others tour and festival, in Italy, with Noemi's participation
  • 2009
    • Greatest hits tour 2009 supporter for Simply Red
    • MTV Mobile tour 2009
    • Sete di Radio Tour
    • X Factor tour
    • Cornetto Free Music Tour
    • Radionorba Battiti live tour 2009
    • Coca-Cola Live @ MTV – The Summer Song
    • TRL – Total Request Live on tour 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
    • Heineken Jammin' Festival
    • Vasco Live Kom 011 supporter for Vasco Rossi
    • MTV Days 2011
    • Sete di Radio Tour
    • Radionorba Battiti Live
    • Radio Italia tour
    • Radio Bruno estate tour
    • Festivalshow
    • Radio Cuore tour

BandEdit

  • Emanuele (Lele) Fontana: (Keyboard and Hammond organ)
  • Claudio Storniolo: (Piano)
  • Gabriele Greco: (Bass guitar and Double bass)
  • Bernardo Baglioni: (Guitar)
  • Giacomo Castellano: (Guitar)
  • Donald Renda: (Drum kit and Cajón)
  • Claudia Biccari and Mirko Tagliaferri: (choir)

Other activitiesEdit

Theatre
  • 2006/2007 – Donna Gabrielle e i suoi figli of Gabriele Cirilli
  • 2010 – Cirque du Cirill of Gabriele Cirilli
Writer
Television advertisement
  • 1983 – Pampers
  • 2010/2011 – A.I.S.M. (Italian association Multiple sclerosis)
Dubbing
  • 2010 – Dubbing of short film of Stefano Argentero
Fashion
  • 2010 – merchandising Sulla mia pelle tour
Correspondent
  • 2002/2005 – RED TV
Jingle

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