Teresa De Sio, musician and singer-songwriter, is known by the italian audience for her highly personal folk-rock and for her own songs. She has been part of Musicanova, one of the first italian band investigating in deep the musical structures of the southern italian folk music, together with Eugenio Bennato and Carlo D’Angiò. In her career as a songwriter she has worked with a wide array of artists, including Brian Eno, Fabrizio De Andrè and Giovanni Lindo Ferretti. In collaboration with Giovanni Lindo Ferretti, she conceived and wrote Craj, a show which became a documentary directed by Davide Marengo. The film won the prize “Lino Miccichè” First Feature Award at 2005 Venice Film Festival and the first prize at the documentary festival “Libero Bizzarri “. In the same year, it has been awarded with the second place at Italian Film Festival of Paris and it won the “Nastro D’argento” (silver ribbon) as best documentary She wrote two novels, both published by Giulio Einaudi Editore: L’Attentissima (2015) and Metti il diavolo a ballare (2009). In 2017 Teresa released Teresa canta Pino, her hommage to Pino Daniele”, produced by Sosia & Pistoia, in collaboration and with the support of Campania Music Commission.