SeiOttavi is a six piece a cappella group from Italy. Their repertoire covers all genres, instrumental and vocal, with the addition of mouth drumming/beat boxing. Since their foundation they have attracted large audiences with their original repertoire and style. Concert programmes include: "7 Voices through centuries", "Il muto canta a cappella", "Around the world", "Cinematica" and VocalMente.
Their first album contains original arrangements and the first unpublished song; "Cinematica" took its inspiration from their eponymous theatre show. In the summer of 2010 they were invited to partake in the opera project “Mons Regalis-L’opera del duomo”.
In 2007 the jury of "SoleVoci Competition” headed by Kirby Shaw awarded SeiOttavi The Best piece and The Best Artistic Programme. The group also won the Golden Diploma in Jazz music category and Silver diploma in the Pop music category at the prestigious International competition Vokal Total in Graz (Austria). In 2010 they took 2nd place in the Jazz/Pop section of TIM.
SeiOttavi perform regularly on TV and radio programmes all over Italy.
In 2008 they were launched into the public conscience after taking part in nine dates of the first ever Italian X Factor.
InOnda, Cinematica, Vucciria
Singer, songwriter and polyhedral artist, published by RaiTrade, Sound racket documenal "one years remander" by Michele Di Salle e Luca Papaleo, have been guest in many international documental festival, Berlin, Shanghai, Parigi, San Francisco. RaiUno Radio has described her voice as one of rare poetic and expressive capacities; her opera Mons Regalis on 2009 closed the 52' International Week of Sacred and Spiritual Musics in Duomo di Monreale. She worked with Julie Kench (from Swingle Singers), Paolo Damiani (Casa del Jazz director); Stefano D'Anna sax; Carlo Muratori; SeiOttavi; Francesco Guaiana, Francesco Buzzurro, others.
Il Canto del Sole (Rai Trade 2004), De Mare (Rai Trade 2005), VoXoS (Nota Preziosa 2007) Lucina Canta e Racconto De André (Nota Preziosa 2015),, Isòla (coming soon).
MASSIMO SIGILLò MASSARA
Massimo Sigillò Massara, composer, arranger, author and theatrical producer.
Artistic producer for various artists including the SeiOttavi and Lucina Lanzara often referred to the Italy's national public broadcasting company,
Since 1991 he promotes and organize a lot of educational musical theater projects in schools.
He founded the international vocal group “SeiOttavi”; He is the author and producer of musicals such as "Boccadoro the traveler”, "Corleone - Filippo Latino’s history” and “Fantasmi a Roma - a musical tale”.
Nota Preziosa Founder and president, he products and manage all the works mentioned, and also the show "Aznamour - Love feels but you do not make the rehersal" and the video-clip of SeiOttavi "Vuccirìa", winner of 11 international film festivals.
Fantasmi a Roma