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Sanremo Music Festival 2013
Sanremo Music Festival 2013 logo.jpg
Dates
Semi-final 112 February 2013
Semi-final 213 February 2013
Semi-final 314 February 2013
Semi-final 415 February 2013
Final16 February 2013
Host
VenueTeatro Ariston
Presenter(s)Fabio Fazio
and Luciana Littizzetto
Musical directorMauro Pagani
Artistic directorFabio Fazio
Host broadcasterRai 1, Rai Hd, Rai Italia, Rai Radio 1
Websitewww.sanremo.rai.it Edit this at Wikidata
Big Artists section
Number of entries28
Voting systemTelevotes, music journalists, "Quality Jury"
WinnerMarco Mengoni
"L'essenziale"
Newcomers' section
Number of entries8
Voting systemTelevotes, music journalists, "Quality Jury"
WinnerAntonio Maggio
"Mi servirebbe sapere"
2012 ← Sanremo Music Festival → 2014

The Sanremo Music Festival 2013 (63° Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo 2013) was the 63rd annual Sanremo Music Festival, a televised song contest held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, Liguria, between 12 and 16 February 2013 and broadcast by Rai 1. The show, presented by Fabio Fazio with Italian comedy actress Luciana Littizzetto, featured two different competitions. The Big Artists section included 14 established Italian artists, competing with two songs each. During the semi-finals, a song for each artist was eliminated as a result of votes received by public and journalists. On 16 February 2013, Marco Mengoni, based on a combination of televotes and points awarded by a jury,[1] was announced the winner of the competition, with his song "L'essenziale". The Newcomers' section featured eight songs performed by debuting or little known artists. On 13 and 14 February 2013, music journalists and televotes determined the four finalists of the competition. The final winner of the Newcomers' section, Antonio Maggio with the song "Mi servirebbe sapere", was announced on 15 February 2013, based on points awarded by a jury and on televotes.[1]

On 24 January 2013, it was also announced that, as in 2011 and in 2012, an internal commission would have selected the artist representing Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 among all the competing acts.[2] During the final, Marco Mengoni was announced as the Italian entrants.[3]

Presenters and personnel

Sanremo Music Festival 2013 presenters
Fabio Fazio
Luciana Littizzetto

Immediately after Gianni Morandi, who presented the contest in 2011 and 2012, announced he didn't want to return to the Sanremo Music Festival for a third consecutive year, Fabio Fazio started being considered for the role. On 11 January 2012, Adnkronos revealed Fazio had signed with RAI, and on 18 January 2012, while presenting RAI's schedules for the second half of 2012 and the first part of 2013, Giancarlo Leone, then president of RAI's entertainment branch, officially announced Fazio as the presenter of the contest.[4][5] Fazio, who had previously presented the contest in 1999 and in 2000, invited Italian comedy actress Luciana Littizzetto to join him, and Littizzetto confirmed her involvement as co-presenter on 30 September 2012, during Fazio's TV show Che tempo che fa.[6][7]

Fabio Fazio was also chosen as the artistic director of the show,[7] while Mauro Pagani was later chosen as the music director.[8] Pagani also conducted the Sanremo Festival Orchestra.[9] For the first time, the scenography was created by Francesca Montinaro.[10] The show was directed by Duccio Forzano.[11]

Awards

Categoria Campioni

Giovani Category

  • Winner: Mi servirebbe sapere - Antonio Maggio
  • Second Place: In equilibrio - Ilaria Porceddu
  • Third Place: Il postino (amami uomo) - Renzo Rubino
  • Fourth Place: Dietro l'intima ragione - Blastema
  • Premio Emanuele Luzzati: Mi servirebbe sapere - Antonio Maggio
  • Premio della Critica "Mia Martini" Giovani Category: Il postino (amami uomo) - Renzo Rubino
  • Premio "Sergio Bardotti" al miglior testo Giovani Category: Le parole non servono più - Il Cile

Career Awards

Nights

First night

During the first night, seven out of fourteen artists competing in the Big Artists section presented their two songs. At the end of the night, a song for each artist was eliminated, as a result of televotes combined with votes given by music journalists.

Big Artists section
Performances of the acts in the "Big Artists" section during the first night, with competing songs and writers[12][13][14]
Artist Order Song Writer(s) Results
Journalists Televotes Total
Marco Mengoni 1 "L'essenziale" Roberto Casalino, Marco Mengoni, Francesco De Benedittis[15] 48.57% 55.76% 52.17%
2 "Bellissimo" Gianna Nannini, Pacifico, Davide Tagliapietra[15] 51.43% 44.24% 47.84%
Raphael Gualazzi 3 "Senza ritegno" Raphael Gualazzi 45.45% 31.47% 38.46%
4 "Sai (ci basta un sogno)" Raphael Gualazzi 54.55% 68.53% 61.54%
Daniele Silvestri 5 "A bocca chiusa" Daniele Silvestri 54.64% 68.01% 61.33%
6 "Il bisogno di te (ricatto d'onor)" Daniele Silvestri 45.36% 31.99% 38.68%
Simona Molinari & Peter Cincotti 7 "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide" Lelio Luttazzi 52.38% 38.87% 45.63%%
8 "La felicità" Simona Molinari, Maurizio Vultaggio, Peter Cincotti, Carlo Avarello 47.62% 61.13% 54.38%
Marta sui Tubi 9 "Dispari" Marta sui Tubi 33.67% 40.99% 37.33%
10 "Vorrei" Marta sui Tubi 66.33% 59.01% 62.67%
Maria Nazionale 11 "Quando non parlo" Enzo Gragnaniello 47.78% 49.02% 48.40%
12 "È colpa mia" Fausto Mesolella, Beppe Servillo 52.22% 50.98% 51.60%
Chiara[16] 13 "L'esperienza dell'amore" Federico Zampaglione, Domenico Zampaglione 38.20% 41.31% 39.75%
14 "Il futuro che sarà" Francesco Bianconi, Luca Chiaravalli, Lisette Gonzalez-Alea 61.80% 58.69% 60.25%
Presenters

For each artist, the winning song was presented by a different celebrity:[17][18]

Guests

Second night

During the second night, the last seven artists competing in the Big Artists section performed both their songs, and a song for each of them was eliminated based on the combination of televotes and points given by music journalists. During the night, four acts in the Newcomers' section performed their entries, and two of them, Irene Ghiotto and Il Cile, were eliminated.

Big Artists section
Performances of the acts in the "Big Artists" section during the second night, with competing songs and writers[12][13][14][19]
Artist Order Song Writer(s) Results
Journalists Televotes Total
Modà 1 "Se si potesse non morire" Modà 63.89% 57.29% 60.59%
2 "Come l'acqua dentro il mare" Francesco Silvestre 36.11% 42.71% 39.41%
Simone Cristicchi 3 "Mi manchi" Simone Cristicchi, Felice Di Salvo, Roberto Pacco 38.83% 49.88% 44.36%
4 "La prima volta (che sono morto)" Simone Cristicchi 61.17% 50.12% 55.65%
Malika Ayane 5 "Niente" Giuliano Sangiorgi 49.46% 43.29% 46.38%
6 "E se poi" Giuliano Sangiorgi 50.54% 56.71% 53.63%
Almamegretta 7 "Mamma non lo sa" Gennaro Della Volpe, Paolo Polcari, Gennaro Tesone 49.41% 53.69% 51.55%
8 "Onda che vai" Federico Zampaglione, Domenico Zampaglione 50.59% 46.31% 48.45%
Max Gazzè 9 "I tuoi maledettissimi impegni" Max Gazzè, Francesco Gazzè, Matteo Buzzanca 18.56% 26.84% 22.70%
10 "Sotto casa" Max Gazzè, Francesco Gazzè, Domenico De Benedettis 81.44% 73.16% 77.30%
Annalisa 11 "Scintille" Antonio Galbiati, Dario Faini 59.55% 50.14% 54.85%
12 "Non so ballare" Ermal Meta 40.45% 49.86% 45.15%
Elio e le Storie Tese 13 "Dannati forever" Elio e le Storie Tese 8.25% 30.41% 19.33%
14 "La canzone mononota" Elio e le Storie Tese 91.75% 69.59% 80.67%
Newcomers section
Artists in the "Newcomers" section, with competing songs and writers[19][20][21][22]
Artist Order Song Writer(s) Journalists Televotes Total Result
Renzo Rubino 1 "Il postino (amami uomo)" 24.87% 50.39% 37.63% Advanced
Irene Ghiotto 2 "Baciami?" 19.80% 8.68% 14.24% Eliminated
Il Cile 3 "Le parole non servono più" 24.37% 17.80% 21.09% Eliminated
Blastema 4 "Dietro l'intima ragione" 30.96% 23.13% 27.05% Advanced
Presenters

As for the first night, for each act in the Big Artists section, the winning song was presented by a different celebrity:[23]

Guests
  • Italian actor Beppe Fiorello was the first guest of the second night. He was interviewed by Fabio Fazio about his role as Domenico Modugno in a TV film.[24]
  • Israeli model Bar Refaeli appeared during the night, co-presenting some artists.[24]
  • Italian-French singer Carla Bruni performed her new single "Chez Keith e Anita". After being briefly interviewed, she also played guitar while Littizzetto sang a parody of the hit "Quelqu'un m'a dit".[24][25]
  • Israeli singer Asaf Avidan performed a piano vocal version of his hit "Reckoning Song".[26]

Third night

Big Artists section

During the third night, the selected song of each act competing in the Big Artists section was performed again.

Performances of the acts in the "Big Artists" section during the third night[27][28]
Artist Order Song Results
Televotes Rank
Simona Molinari & Peter Cincotti 1 "La felicità" 4.79% 6
Marco Mengoni 2 "L'essenziale" 25.28% 1
Elio e le Storie Tese 3 "La canzone mononota" 4.73% 8
Malika Ayane 4 "E se poi" 3.74% 12
Marta sui Tubi 5 "Vorrei" 1.83% 13
Chiara 6 "Il futuro che sarà" 7.52% 4
Max Gazzè 7 "Sotto casa" 3.87% 10
Annalisa 8 "Scintille" 8.97% 3
Maria Nazionale 9 "È colpa mia" 4.78% 7
Simone Cristicchi 10 "La prima volta (che sono morto)" 3.81% 11
Modà 11 "Se si potesse non morire" 20.32% 2
Daniele Silvestri 12 "A bocca chiusa" 4.31% 9
Almamegretta 13 "Mamma non lo sa" 1.21% 14
Raphael Gualazzi 14 "Sai (ci basta un sogno)" 4.84% 5
Newcomers section
Artists in the "Newcomers" section, with competing songs and writers[20][21][22][29]
Artist Order Song Writer(s) Journalists Televotes Total Result
Andrea Nardinocchi 1 "Storia impossibile" Andrea Nardinocchi 19.05% 14.63% 16.84% Eliminated
Antonio Maggio 2 "Mi servirebbe sapere" Antonio Maggio 36.19% 41.12% 38.66% Advanced
Paolo Simoni 3 "Le parole" 8.57% 8.29% 8.43% Eliminated
Ilaria Porceddu 4 "In equilibrio" 36.19% 35.96% 36.08% Advanced

Fourth night

Big Artists section

During the fifth night, each act competing in the Big Artists section sang a cover of a song originally performed during a previous edition of the Sanremo Music Festival. Acts were optionally allowed to perform with Italian or international guests.

Performances of the acts in the Big Artists section during the fourth night[30][31]
Artist and guests Order Song Original artist(s) and year
Malika Ayane (with dancers Paolo Vecchione & Thomas Signorelli) 1 "Cosa hai messo nel caffè" Riccardo Del Turco (1969)
Daniele Silvestri 2 "Piazza grande" Lucio Dalla (1972)
Annalisa (with Emma) 3 "Per Elisa" Alice (1981)
Marta sui Tubi (with Antonella Ruggiero) 4 "Nessuno" Wilma De Angelis and Mina (1959)
Raphael Gualazzi 5 "Luce (Tramonti a nord est)" Elisa (2001)
Modà (with pianist Adriano Pennino) 6 "Io che non vivo" Pino Donaggio (1965)
Simone Cristicchi 7 "Canzone per te" Sergio Endrigo and Roberto Carlos (1968)
Simona Molinari & Peter Cincotti (with guitarist Franco Cerri) 8 "Tua" Jula De Palma (1959)
Maria Nazionale (with guitarist Mauro Di Domenico) 9 "Perdere l'amore" Massimo Ranieri (1988)
Marco Mengoni 10 "Ciao amore ciao" Luigi Tenco (1967)
Elio e le Storie Tese (with actor Rocco Siffredi) 11 "Un bacio piccolissimo" Robertino Loreti and Bobby Rydell (1964)
Max Gazzè 12 "Ma che freddo fa" Nada and The Rokes (1969)
Chiara 13 "Almeno tu nell'universo Mia Martini (1989)
Almamegretta (with Clementino, James Senese, Marcello Coleman & Albino D'Amato) 14 "Il ragazzo della via Gluck" Adriano Celentano (1966)
Newcomers section
Performances of the acts in the Newcomers section during the fourth night[22][32][33]
Artist Order Song Jury Televotes Total Result
Antonio Maggio 1 "Mi servirebbe sapere" 43.00% 28.11% 35,56% Winner
Ilaria Porceddu 2 "In equilibrio" 24.00% 30.18% 27.09% 2nd place
Blastema 3 "Dietro l'intima ragione" 25.00% 11.52% 18.26% 4th place
Renzo Rubino 4 "Il postino (amami uomo)" 8.00% 30.19% 19.10% 3rd place

Fifth night

Big Artists section (round 1)

During the fifth night, the fourteen songs competing in the Big Artists section were performed again. A ranking based on televotes and on a jury was established, and the top three artists advanced to the last round of the final.

Performances of the acts in the "Big Artists" section during the first round of the final[14][34]
Artist Order Song Televotes
(5th night)
Televotes
(combined)
Jury Total Rank
Raphael Gualazzi 1 "Sai (ci basta un sogno)" 7.42% 6.13% 15.00% 10.57% 5
Almamegretta 2 "Mamma non lo sa" 1.25% 1.23% 0.50% 0.87% 14
Daniele Silvestri 3 "A bocca chiusa" 5.43% 4.87% 11.50% 8.19% 6
Modà 4 "Se si potesse non morire" 25.04% 22.68% 4.00% 13.34% 3
Simone Cristicchi 5 "La prima volta (che sono morto)" 4.04% 3.93% 2.00% 2.96% 11
Maria Nazionale 6 "È colpa mia" 5.55% 5.17% 3.00% 4.08% 10
Annalisa 7 "Scintille" 8.83% 8.90% 1.00% 4.95% 9
Max Gazzè 8 "Sotto casa" 2.84% 3.36% 8.50% 5.93% 7
Chiara 9 "Il futuro che sarà" 6.32% 6.92% 3.50% 5.21% 8
Marta sui Tubi 10 "Vorrei" 1.07% 1.45% 3.50% 2.48% 12
Malika Ayane 11 "E se poi" 3.06% 3.40% 18.00% 10.70% 4
Elio e le Storie Tese 12 "La canzone mononota" 5.63% 5.18% 22.50% 13.84% 2
Marco Mengoni 13 "L'essenziale" 20.72% 23.00% 6.50% 14.75% 1
Simona Molinari & Peter Cincotti 14 "La felicità" 2.79% 3.79% 0.50% 2.15% 13
Big Artists section (round 2)

In the second round, the top three songs were performed for the last time, and the final ranking was compiled, based on televotes and on points awarded by a jury. At the end of the night, Marco Mengoni was declared the winner, with his song "L'essenziale".

Performances of the acts in the "Big Artists" section during the second round of the final[14][35]
Artist Order Song Televotes Jury Total Result
Elio e le Storie Tese 1 "La canzone mononota" 21.92% 43.34% 32.63% Second place
Modà 2 "Se si potesse non morire" 33.90% 28.33% 31.12% 3rd place
Marco Mengoni 3 "L'essenziale" 44.18% 28.33% 36.25% First place

Ratings

Episode Date Viewers Share
Night 1[36] 12 February 2013 12,969,000 48.20%
Night 2[37] 13 February 2013 11,330,000 42.89%
Night 3[38] 14 February 2013 10,700,000 42.50%
Night 4[39] 15 February 2013 11,538,000 48.17%
Night 5[40] 16 February 2013 12,997,000 53.80%

See also

References

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