Guitarist, singer and author. Born in Rome, at just the age of nine, she began her musical studies. Influenced by the streets of Rome, she experiences her earliest years in Italian folk music, which later improved and evolved reaching faraway lands worldwide, such as South America, particularly in Brazil.
She constantly works on many projects and numerous collaborations, both musical and theatrical. And in the field of folk, her engagement in musical research has led her to perform on important stages, numerous shows and festivals.
In recent years, she collaborated with Lucilla Galeazzi, an internationally renowned artist and authoritative exponent of Italian folk in the world. Member of the “Lucilla Galeazzi’s Trio”.
In 2013 she created the “Trio Vermelho”, with Sabrina Coda, (soprano sax, percussions and choirs) and Martina Fadda (voice and percussions), a female band heavily influenced by the great Brazilian authors, with original arrangements and surprising choral interventions.
In 2016 Stefania Placidi created the acoustic Trio that reinterprets the popular Roman repertoire, using two precious musicians such as Roberto Mazzoli (guitar) and Francesco Saverio Capo (double bass).
In 2017, alongside with Carmine Bruno (percussionist of the Nuova Compagnia di Canto Popolare), the “Canti e Ritmi” project was launched, which gave life to new projects in the world of traditional Italian vocal music.
From 2015, the collaboration with the Roman writer and historian Ilaria Beltramme begins, with whom she will realize a “Brief History of the Roman People”, a conference – concert in which the great episodes of the life of the people of the Eternal City are analyzed and transmitted.