nfluences of jazz, brasilian music and classical sounds, permeate his albums while love, in all its shades, is the fil rouge that ties all his lyrics, written with the poet and friend, Roberto Kunstler.
Winner of important awards, such as Premio Tenco in 1997, Critic Award in Festival di Sanremo 2003 with his masterpiece “Tutto quello che un uomo”, and several others in Italy and abroad, Sergio Cammariere has composed soundtracks for some of the most important italian director such as: Maria Sole Tognazzi, Mimmo Calopresti, Angelo Longoni and many more.
His live concerts are immersive experiences into music and he’s flanked by the true talent of his long-time musicians: Fabrizio Bosso( trumpet), Luca Bulgarelli (double bass), Amedeo Ariano (drums), Bruno Marcozzi (percussions), Daniele Tittarelli (sax).
His 10th album “La fine di tutti i guai”, out on May 10 2019, is the natural evolution of his music, with a glimpse at the italian songwriting tradition and a step forward to the maturity of his melodies. Eleven tracks that include different genres, following the theme of love as the feeling to which we cannot resist, desperate and pleasant at the same time.
A pop turning point by the artist who, without betraying jazz, narrates life in his musical declinations.