Considered as an enfant prodige since his childhood, Francesco Mammola received appreciation and great estimations from many music critics. After his field of studies, under the guide of M° Fabio Giudice, he graduated cum laude in “Conservatorio di Musica A. Casella” of L’Aquila (Italy). In the great number of national and international awards he received stand out the National Award of Art “Claudio Abbado”, the award of the bronze medal of Italian Senate and of the ‘Palma Accademica’ of International Academy ‘S. Giovanni Crisostomo’ for high artistic merits. During his career, he performed in UK, Germany, Lithuania, Belgium, Vatican City and, moreover, he played in the most important Italian theatres, acting very often as a soloist. In the great number of his concerts and recitals, are noteworthy the performances he had in Neaples - in Castel dell’Ovo (for the 30th Anniversary of Dolce e Gabbana) and in Castel S. Elmo –, in Rome - where he played in Auditorium Parco della Musica and in Palazzo Braschi, where he opened the Gypsy King’s concert during the Festival ‘All’Ombra del Colosseo’ –, in Milan for Expo 2015, in Florence (Fortezza dal Basso), in the Iraq Embassy in Vatican City for the III International Festival of Arts, in London by Istituto Italiano di Cultura, in Vilnius (Galerija Chodkeviciu Rumai) and Charleroi (Englise de Forchies). Moreover, he was the musical director of the International Festival ‘Notte della Chimera” in Avezzano (L’Aquila; Italy). He played with important ensembles – like Istituzione Sinfonica Abruzzese and Solisti Aquilani-, with groups – like NOMADI – and with singers - like the tenor Piero Mazzocchetti, Mauro Mengali (O.R.O) Antonella Bucci, Cecilia Gayle – and with actors – like Enzo Garramone. He was directed by Aurelio Canonici, Luciano Bellini, Fabio Maestri, Alan Freiles, Federico Biscione e Jacopo Sipari – and recorded for important italian television broadcasts – like RAI (Linea Verde, Sereno Variabile, Raccontami, Linea Verdi Orizzonti) and Sky programs. With his “Quintetto a Pizzico Aquilano” he recorded two CDs “QUINTETTO A PIZZICO AQUILANO” (May 2013) and “IL QUINTETTO A PIZZICO AQUILANO SUONA MARIO GIUSTI” (January 2014).