Antonio Di Somma:Born in Naples on February 19, 1975, began studying the trombone since the age of 10 years and graduated in 1998 from the Conservatory of Salerno under the guidance of Maestro Gianluca Camilli (1st Trombone Theatre Orchestra St. Charles). His artistic experiences ranging from classical to jazz. From 1998 to 2001 he collaborated with Enzo Avitabile and Mory Kante, 1999 To all the 'now playing with the Tribunal Mist Jazz Band directed by Antonio Solimene participated in many music festivals including the Umbria Jazz 2003 to 2008, Spoleto (Festival of Two Worlds 2008) La Rocca Festival, Paris (Petit Journal), New York (Theater of the United Nations UN), New Jersey (The trumpet jazz clubs), Ischia Jazz etc.. recording two albums (Naples and Notes Authorized Standard). He worked with orchestras sequent: Black Market Band, Solnero Band, Groove Out, Art Anis Big Band, overseas, 'A 67, 900' Big Band, Big Band Sol, Swing Time Big Band, Movie Brass Quintet, Brass Quintet liburi , Naples Brass Quintet, Brass Quintet End, Simphonic Band Festival Orchestra Bengo, BBOrkestra, Philarmonicum Collegium Orchestra, I Solisti di Napoli, I Cantori di Posillipo, Salerno Jazz Orchestra conducted by Stephen Julian (Concert with Randy Brecker, 2009), the Jazz Orchestra Conservatory of Benevento say. Renato Gaudiello, the Naples Conservatory Jazz Orchestra conducted by Bruno Tommaso and Pietro Condorelli, Naples Jazz Orchestra conducted by Mario Raja, University of Salerno Jazz Orchestra (Le Mans Jazz Festival France) Dir: Stephen Julian University Jazz Orchestra Naples Dir: Mario Raja. Within theater, he has collaborated with Vittorio Marseille (Teatro delle Muse in Rome and Augustus Theatre of Naples) and the twentieth-century Neapolitan spectacle directed by Tonino Esposito with Marisa Laurito (Augustan Theatre of Naples). He currently works with the 'Cimarosa Academy, the Classical Orchestra of the Conservatory of Naples, Scarlatti and the New Orchestra with Pino Ciccarelli Music Concert at Hope recorded a disc titled "Procession of ammore".