"Numa Concert: simple, compact, efficient! An excellent instrument both as stage piano and master keyboard, perfect for any context."
Francesco Luppi began playing at 9 years old with classic and modern studies. The passion for music in all forms led him to study composition at the Orazio Vecchi Institute of Modena, followed by the masters Antonio Giacometti and Massimo Sgargi.
From 2004 to 2009 he carried on an intense live activity throughout Italy, collaborating as a keyboardist and programmer in several shows with some of the greatest names of Italian music: Irene Grandi, Eugenio Finardi, Elio and Cesareo (Elio e le storie tese), Neffa, Alberto Fortis, Enrico Ruggeri, Gianfranco Califano, Nicolò Fabi, Maurizio Solieri, Max Gazzè...
From 2009 he became part of Enrico Ruggeri band, collaborating in studio and in the tour La ruota (2010), Che giorno sarà (2011), Multimedia (2012), Frankestein (2013), Sarebbe bello (2013). Together with the band Rockmachine, he worked on the project Notte delle chitarre with Stef Burns, Luca Colombo and Cesareo. From 2013 he collaborated as piano accompanist and keyboardist in the TV program The Voice.