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Noemi (born Veronica Scopelliti; 25 January 1982 in Rome) is an Italian singer-songwriter. In 2013 becomes coach of The Voice of Italy.

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Biography[edit]Edit

Noemi is the eldest daughter of Armando and Stefania; she has only one sister Arianna. At 19 months she recorded an advert/commercial for Pampers.[1] In 2007 Noemi took part in SanremoLab but she wasn't among the finalists.[2]She graduated from the University of Rome III in 2005 earning a Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts.[3]

X Factor 2[edit]Edit

On autumn 2008, Noemi passed the audition for the second season of X Factor.[4] She is one of four singers in the Over 25 category, mentored by Morgan. She was eliminated in the 12th episode. She participated in the recording of two compilation discs of the programme: X Factor Anteprima Compilation 2009[5] with the song Albachiara (cover of Vasco Rossi) and X Factor Finale Compilation 2009[6] with the song La costruzione di un amore (cover of Ivano Fossati, also interpreted by Mia Martini).

Post X Factor: Briciole and the First EP[edit]Edit

Main articles: Noemi (EP) and Briciole

At the semi-final of X Factor, Noemi presented her new single, Briciole.[4][7] The single was released on 10 April and reached number two[8] in the Federation of the Italian Music Industry (FIMI) chart; the single thus obtaining a gold disc and it's a summer hit 2009. On 24 April Sony Music produced her first EP, Noemi.[4][7] The EP has sold over 50,000 copies,[9] thus obtaining a gold disc.

From 15 May 2009 to 29 August 2009, Noemi went on tour to promote the Noemi EP on various stages throughout Italy.

On 21 June 2009 she performed at the concert "Amiche per l’Abruzzo", organized by Laura Pausini, at the San Siro stadium in Milan.[10] On 19 August she performed at Concerto per Viareggio organized by Zucchero[11]

First album: Sulla mia pelle[edit]Edit

Main articles: L'amore si odia and Sulla mia pelle (Noemi)[1][2]Noemi and Fiorella Mannoia

On 2 October 2009 Noemi's first album was released: Sulla mia pelle.[7] First single was released from the album: L'amore si odia,[7] this song is a duet with Fiorella Mannoia; the single obtaining a platinum disc.

From 23 October 2009 to 16 January 2010, Noemi went on tour to promote the Sulla mia pelle album on various stages throughout Italy.

On 19 February 2010 was released the republication: Sulla mia pelle (Deluxe Edition). The album has sold over 140,000 copies,[9] thus obtaing two platinum disc.

From 15 April 2010 to 2 October 2010, Noemi went on tour to promote the Sulla mia pelle (Deluxe Edition) album on various stages throughout Italy and Slovenia.

Sanremo Music Festival 2010: Per tutta la vita and post Sanremo with Vertigini[edit]Edit

Main articles: Per tutta la vita and Vertigini

Noemi participated as a contestant, in the category "Artists", in the 60th edition of the Sanremo Music Festival with the song Per tutta la vita.[12] The single obtaining a platinum disc.

On 7 May 2010 was released new single: Vertigini; for some problems between radio and recordings, the single was re-released on 14 May.[13]

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 of album Sulla mia pelle.

RossoNoemi and news singles[edit]Edit

[3][4]Noemi in concert

On 28 January 2011 was released new single Vuoto a perdere[14] wrote by Vasco Rossi and Gaetano Curreri; the single thus obtaining a platinum disc and a Nastro d'Argento. On 22 March 2011 Noemi's second album was released: RossoNoemi. The album has sold over 120,000 copies, thus obtaing two platinum disc. On 27 May 2011 Noemi, in Verona Arena, got two Wind Music Awards for sales of albus Sulla mia pelle and RossoNoemi. On 6 May 2011 was released new single: Odio tutti i cantanti, and on Sempember 16 was released Poi inventi il modo.

Discography[edit]Edit

Album[edit]Edit

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
ITA

[15]

EU

[16]

Sulla mia pelle 3 42
RossoNoemi
  • Released: 22 March 2011
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
6 N/A
  • FIMI: Platinum[18]
"—" denotes albums that did not chart

EP[edit]Edit

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
ITA

[15]

EU

[19]

Noemi
  • Released: 24 April 2009
  • Label: Sony Music Italy
  • Format: CD, download
8 97
  • FIMI: Gold[20]

Singles[edit]Edit

List of singles, with chart positions, showing year released and album name
Single Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album / EP
ITA

[21]

EU

[22]

"Briciole" 2009 2 100
  • FIMI: Gold[23]
Noemi
"L'amore si odia"

(with Fiorella Mannoia)

1 81
  • FIMI: 2× Platinum[24]
Sulla mia pelle
"Per tutta la vita" 2010 1 81
  • FIMI: Platinum[24]
Sulla mia pelle (Deluxe Edition)
"Vertigini"
"Vuoto a perdere" 2011 6 N/A
  • FIMI: Platinum[24]
RossoNoemi
"Odio tutti i cantanti" N/A
"Poi inventi il modo" N/A
"Sono solo parole" 2012 3 N/A
  • FIMI: Platinum[24]
"In un giorno qualunque" N/A
"Se non è amore" N/A Rosso live
"—" denotes singles that did not chart

Featured singles[edit]Edit

List of singles, with chart positions, showing year released and album name
Single Year Peak chart positions Album
ITA

[21]

"La promessa"

(Stadio feat. Noemi)

2012 Diamanti e caramelle
"—" denotes singles that did not chart

Other charted songs[edit]Edit

List of songs, with chart positions, showing year released and album name
Single Year Peak chart positions Album
ITA

[21]

"La costruzione di un amore" 2009 15 X Factor Finale Compilation 2009

Other appearances[edit]Edit

List of songs recorded by Noemi appearing on other albums
Contribution Year Album or DVD
"Albachiara"[25] 2009 X Factor Compilation 2009 – Anteprima by Various Artists
"La costruzione di un amore"[26] X Factor Compilation 2009 – Finale by Various Artists
"Quanto ti voglio"[27]

(Claudio Baglioni feat. Gianluca Grignani & Noemi)

Q.P.G.A by Claudio Baglioni
"Il mio canto libero"[28]

(As part of Amiche per l'Abruzzo)

2010 Amiche per l'Abruzzo (DVD) by Various Artists
"Briciole"[29]

(Live version)

"L'amore si odia"[30]

(Live version, with Fiorella Mannoia)

Il tempo e l'armonia by Fiorella Mannoia
"Come si cambia"[31]

(Neri per Caso feat. Noemi)

Donne by Neri per Caso
"Cambiare"[32] 2012 Il senso... di Alex by Various Artists
"Il cielo toccherò"[33]

(Noemi & Cast of Brave)

Ribelle (The Brave) - Musica strumentale originale

by Various Artists

"Tra vento e aria"[33]

(Noemi & Cast of Brave)

Music videos[edit]Edit

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Briciole"[34] 2009 Gaetano Morbioli
"L'amore si odia"
"Per tutta la vita" 2010
"Vuoto a perdere"[35] 2011 Fausto Brizzi
"Odio tutti i cantanti"[36] Noemi
"Poi inventi il modo"[37]
"Sono solo parole" 2012 Noemi, Sebastiano Bontempi
"In un giorno qualunque" Noemi
"La promessa"[38]

(with Stadio)

Gaetano Morbioli
"Se non è amore" Noemi
Guest appearance
  • 2006 – "Dimmi come passi le notti" by Pier Cortese (with her sister Arianna)[39]

Awards[edit]Edit

2009[edit]Edit

  • Wind Music Awards as most promising young Italian talent

2010[edit]Edit

2011[edit]Edit

Festival della canzone italiana[edit]Edit

Tour[edit]Edit

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 ItalySlovenia 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

Band[edit]Edit

  • 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 activities[edit]Edit

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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