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Daniele Tari

Daniele was born on 21st October, 1985 (Libra).

Always searching for new inspirations, Daniele loves Nordic and Japanese culture. His multitalented attitude let him dedicate to different kinds of artistic expressions.

As writer, in 2004, he published a collection of poems titled "Il Giorno e la Notte (The Day and the Night)" that let him be featured on the "Poets and Writers of Italy 2004-2005: An Anthology of Contemporary Literature".
Then in 2009, he published his first novel "Primavera di Aithea" (Graus Editore, Mondadori).

Finally, in 2020, he published his second collection of poems titled "Costellazioni" (IlMioLibro Editore). 

As musician, He plays the piano since the age of 7 and after several experiences in the world of music, in 2007, he founded the band "SIPARIO" with the purpose to unite different kinds of art in a single great project.
With the band he published two EPs - "Scenes from Oblivion" (2008) and "Screaming against Oblivion (2013), and a full-length titled "Oblivion - Dark Thorns" (2014), all inspired to his book "Primavera di Aithea". For this album, he performed also harsh vocals on the track "Bones" and directed the lyric-video for the first single "Morpheus" and the official videoclip for the single "The Lighthouse".
In 2016 he signed for Underground Symphony Records and published the second full-legth "Eclipse of Sorrow": a worldwide digitally & physically distributed sci-fi concept album based on an original idea by him and Valerio Specchio. He performed also harsh vocals on several tracks and directed the lyric-video for the first single "Carnage" and the official videoclip for the second single "Revolution".
With SIPARIO, He has been featured on several national and international compilations, TV and radio broadcasters and webzines/magazines.

As solo project, in 2009 he published the song "Seal of the Wind", followed by a videoclip, signing a deal with the American label "272 Records" of Hollywood to be featured on the international compilation "Acoustika Vol. 19" (2010).

He likes painting and photography. His favourite subjects are landscapes and he has filled his house with watercolor paintings.

In the past, he sang in the Sophocles' Tragedy "Antigone", directed by Angelo Callipo and Massimo Santoro and played the role of Peppino Fattibene in the the comedy "Quei figuri di tanti anni fa" by Eduardo de Filippo. This role was performed in 1958 by Nello Ascoli and in 1978, by the great Eduardo himself.

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