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Sanremo Music Festival 2015

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Sanremo Music Festival
Logo of the Sanremo Music Festival 2015.png
65th edition (2015)
Dates 10 February 2015 (1st night)
11 February 2015 (2nd night)
12 February 2015 (3rd night)
13 February 2015 (4th night)
14 February 2015 (5th night)
Presenter(s)
Artistic director(s) Carlo Conti
Orchestra leader Pinuccio Pirazzoli
Broadcaster RAI
Venue Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, Italy
Big Artists section
Entries 20 acts (20 songs)
Voting system Televotes, music journalists, popular jury, experts jury
Winner Il Volo
"Grande amore"
Critic's prize Malika Ayane
"Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)"
Newcomers' section
Entries 8 acts (8 songs)
Voting system Televotes, music journalists, jury
Winner Giovanni Caccamo
"Ritornerò da te"
Critic's prize Giovanni Caccamo
"Ritornerò da te"
Eurovision Song Contest
Selection process Winner of the "Big Artists" category is eligible to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.
Selected artist Il Volo
Sanremo Music Festival chronology
2015

The Sanremo Music Festival 2015 (65° Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo 2015) was the 65th annual Sanremo Music Festival, a television song contest held at the Teatro Ariston in Sanremo, Liguria, between 10 and 14 February 2015 and broadcast by Rai 1. The show was presented by two previous winners of the festival, singers Arisa and Emma, along with Spanish television presenter and model Rocío Muñoz Morales, and director of the show Carlo Conti.

The Big Artists section included 20 established Italian artists, competing with a song each, while 8 artists performed in the Newcomers' section. On 13 February 2015, Giovanni Caccamo won the Newcomers' section with "Ritornerò da te", also receiving the "Emanuele Luzzati" Award, the Critics' Award "Mia Martini", and the Press, Radio, TV & Web Award "Lucio Dalla". He also co-wrote the song "Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)", performed by Malika Ayane, which received the Critics' Award "Mia Martini" in the Big Artists section. The "Lucio Dalla" award in the Big Artists section received Nek with "Fatti avanti amore".

The winner of the "Big Artist" category was operatic pop trio Il Volo with their entry "Grande amore". As a result, the group was eligible to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. During the press conference, it was announced that they accepted to compete in the European contest, therefore they performed during the final on 23 May 2015, which was held in Vienna, Austria, finishing in third place.[1] A total of twenty prizes were awarded during the festival.

Presenters and personnel

During the press conference following the end of the Sanremo Music Festival 2014, rumours emerged suggesting Carlo Conti as a possible successor of Fabio Fazio as the show's presenter.[2] On 24 April 2014, Rai 1 director Giancarlo Leone, while presenting the TV show Si può fare!, officially confirmed Conti as the presenter of the 65th Sanremo Music Festival.[3] On 17 June 2014, Conti himself announced he would also be the artistic director of the show.[4]

In December 2014, following several rumours, singers Arisa and Emma, winners of the contest in 2014 with "Controvento" and in 2012 with "Non è l'inferno", respectively, were confirmed as the show's co-presenters.[5] In January 2015, a third female co-presenter, Spanish actress Rocio Muñoz Morales, was announced by Conti, during a pre-festival press conference.[6]

The stage scenography was designed by Riccardo Bicchini, and was created to reproduce a flower from the inside. Maurizio Pagnussat was chosen as the TV director of the programme.[7] Carlo Conti, Ivana Sabatini, Leopoldo Siano, Emanuele Giovannini, Martino Clericetti, Max Novaresi, Riccardo Cassini and Mario D'Amico were chosen as the show's writers.[8] As in the previous years, during their performances, competing artists were accompanied by the Sanremo Festival Orchestra, directed by a conductor chosen by each single artist. The main orchestra conductor for non-competing performances was Pinuccio Pirazzoli.[9][10]

Participants and results summary

Competing songs and artists, showing writers, orchestra conductor and results achieved
Big Artists section[11][12][13]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s) Orchestra conductor Rank Sanremo Music Festival Awards
"Grande amore" – Il Volo
(Francesco Boccia, Ciro Esposito)
Carolina Bubbico[14] 1
"Fatti avanti amore" – Nek
(Nek, Luca Chiaravalli, Andrea Bonomo, Luigi Fazio)
Luca Chiaravalli[17] 2
  • Second place in the "Big Artists" section[15]
  • Press, Radio, TV & Web Award "Lucio Dalla"[18]
  • Best Arrangement Award[18]
"Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" – Malika Ayane
(Malika Ayane, Pacifico, Giovanni Caccamo, Alessandra Flora)
Daniele Parziani[19] 3
  • Third place in the "Big Artists" section[15]
  • Critics' Award "Mia Martini"[18]
"Una finestra tra le stelle" – Annalisa
(Francesco Silvestre)
Diego Calvetti[20] 4
"Straordinario" – Chiara
(Ermal Meta, Giovanni Pollex)
Roberto Rossi[21] 5
"Che giorno è?" – Marco Masini
(Marco Masini, Federica Camba, Daniele Coro)
Roberto Rossi[22] 6
"Il mondo esplode" – Dear Jack
(Piero Romitelli, Davide Simonetta)
Pino Perris[23] 7
"Sogni infranti" – Gianluca Grignani
(Gianluca Grignani)
Adriano Pennino[24] 8
"Sola" – Nina Zilli
(Nina Zilli)
Mauro Pagani[25] 9
"Siamo uguali" – Lorenzo Fragola
(Lorenzo Fragola, Fedez, Fausto Cogliati)
Lucio Fabbri[26] 10
"Un attimo importante" – Alex Britti
(Alex Britti)
Adriano Pennino[27] 11
"Un vento senza nome" – Irene Grandi
(Irene Grandi, Saverio Lanza)
Saverio Lanza[28] 12
"Buona fortuna amore" – Nesli
(Nesli, Brando)
Umberto Iervolino[29] 13
"Il solo al mondo" – Bianca Atzei
(Francesco Silvestre)
Diego Calvetti[30] 14
"Oggi ti parlo così" – Moreno
(Moreno, Roberto Casalino, Roberto Dagani, Alessandro Erba, Marco Zangirolami)
Beppe Vessicchio[31] 15
"Io sono una finestra" – Grazia Di Michele & Mauro Coruzzi
(Grazia Di Michele, Raffaele Petrangeli)
Lucio Fabbri[32] 16
"Come una favola" – Raf
(Raf, Saverio Grandi, Emiliano Cecere)
Valeriano Chiaravalle[33] Eliminated
"Vita d'inferno" – Biggio & Mandelli
(Fabrizio Biggio, Francesco Mandelli, Martino Ferro)
Roy Paci[34] Eliminated
"Voce" – Lara Fabian
(Cristiano Cremonini, Lara Fabian, Fio Zanotti)
Fio Zanotti[35] Eliminated
"Libera" – Anna Tatangelo
(Francesco Silvestre, Enrico Palmosi)
Adriano Pennino[36] Eliminated
Newcomers' section[37]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s) Orchestra conductor Rank Sanremo Music Festival Awards
"Ritornerò da te" – Giovanni Caccamo
(Giovanni Caccamo)
Daniele Parziani[38] 1
  • Winner of the Newcomers' section – Silver Lion Award[39]
  • "Emanuele Luzzati" Award[40]
  • Critics' Award "Mia Martini"[39]
  • Press, Radio, TV & Web Award "Lucio Dalla"[39]
"Elisa" – KuTso
(Matteo Gabbianelli)
Adriano Pennino[41] 2
  • Second place in the Newcomers' section[39]
  • Assomusica Award for Best Performance[42]
"Qualcosa da decidere" – Enrico Nigiotti
(Enrico Nigiotti)
Umberto Iervolino[43] Semi-finalist
"Credo" – Amara
(Erika Mineo, Salvatore Mineo)
Angelo Avarello[44] Semi-finalist
"Io non lo so cos'è l'amore" – Rakele
(Bungaro, Cesare Chiodo, Giacomo Runco)
Beppe Vessicchio[45] Eliminated
"Galleggiare" – Serena Brancale
(Serena Brancale)
Carolina Bubbico[14] Eliminated
"Oltre il giardino" – Kaligola
(Gabriele Rosciglione)
Giorgio Rosciglione[46] Eliminated
  • Sergio Bardotti Award for Best Lyrics[47]
"Ritornerai" – Chanty
(Chantal Saroldi, Andrea Bonomo, Manuela Speroni)
Beppe Vessicchio[48] Eliminated

Other awards

Performances, guests and voting details

First night

 Tiziano Ferro was the first musical guest of the show
Tiziano Ferro was the first musical guest of the show

During the first night, 10 out of 20 acts in the Big Artists section performed their competing song. Their performances were voted by the public, as well as by journalists in the press room, with equal weight. A first rank was compiled, but none of the entries was eliminated.[54]

In the first part of the show, the Anania family, composed of a couple with 16 children, was invited to take part in the show to talk about being the most numerous family in Italy.[55] The first musical guest of the night was Italian singer-songwriter Tiziano Ferro. He appeared on stage performing a medley of the songs "Non me lo so spiegare", "Sere nere" and "Il regalo più grande". After being briefly interviewed by Conti, he sang his single "Incanto".[55][56] After Dear Jack's performance, actor Alessandro Siani was introduced by Carlo Conti. He performed a comic monologue in which he joked with Conti and the Sanremo Music Festival audience, and he talked about the economic crisis, citing politics including Matteo Salvini and Matteo Renzi. He concluded his performance with a tribute to Pino Daniele.[56] Later during the night, Italian singer Albano Carrisi reunited with former wife and longtime stage partner Romina Power, performing their hits "Cara terra mia", "Ci sarà" and "Felicità". Albano also performed his 1996 entry "È la mia vita".[55][56] Before leaving the stage, the couple received a special award as "Embassadors of the Sanremo Music Festival in the world".[57] Another guest of the show was Italian doctor Fabrizio Pulvirenti, who survived the 2014 Ebola virus epidemic. He was interviewed by presenter Carlo Conti.[55] Comedians ensamble Boiler also appeared for a sketch during the night, in which they played fake journalists.[56] After the last competing performance, American band Imagine Dragons performed their hits "Demons" and "I Bet My Life".[55] Comedian Francesco Cicchella imitated Canadian singer Michael Bublé, and finally, co-presenters Arisa and Emma dueted on Renato Zero's "Il carrozzone".[55][56]

Big Artists performances during the first night

"Big Artists" performances, with competing songs and voting results[13][58][59]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Journalists Televotes Total Rank
Chiara 1 "Straordinario" 10.74% 9.49% 10.12% 5
Gianluca Grignani 2 "Sogni infranti" 5.37% 4.82% 5.10% 9
Alex Britti 3 "Un attimo importante" 8.68% 5.41% 7.04% 8
Malika Ayane 4 "Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" 17.97% 4.41% 11.19% 4
Dear Jack 5 "Il mondo esplode" 3.93% 23.05% 13.49% 3
Lara Fabian 6 "Voce" 3.10% 3.27% 3.19% 10
Nek 7 "Fatti avanti amore" 17.57% 18.08% 17.83% 1
Grazia Di Michele & Mauro Coruzzi 8 "Io sono una finestra" 9.30% 7.14% 8.22% 7
Annalisa 9 "Una finestra tra le stelle" 13.22% 14.47% 13.85% 2
Nesli 10 "Buona fortuna amore" 10.12% 9.86% 9.99% 6

Second night

 Charlize Theron was one of the main guests of the second night
Charlize Theron was one of the main guests of the second night

The second night of the 64th Sanremo Music Festival, held on 11 February 2015, began with the Newcomers' competition. Four acts, divided into two different challenges, performed their competing songs. For each challenge, the winning entry, determined by combining televotes with the points awarded by journalists in the press room, was admitted to the semi-final of the contest, while the remaining one was eliminated.[60] After the Newcomers' challenges, dancing ensemble Pilobolus performed a number based on shadow games, based on the song "Empire State of Mind".[51] Then, Conti launched the Big Artists performances. During the night, the ten competing artists which did not appear during the previous episode sang their entries, and were voted by public and journalists, resulting in a partial ranking.[61]

Big Artists performances werte interlaced by several guest appearances. American chef Joe Bastianich appeared on stage with presenter Carlo Conti, and performed a cover version of "Quando, quando, quando" by Tony Renis.[62] Italian singer-songwriter Biagio Antonacci later performed a medley of his hits "Se io se lei", "Dolore e forza", "Pazzo di lei" and "Sognami", as well as Pino Daniele's "Quando".[63] South African-American actress Charlize Theron was interviewed by Carlo Conti. Shortly after, co-presenter Rocío Muñoz Morales danced Mango's "Lei verrà" as a tribute to the singer-songwriter, who died in December 2014.[51] Comedian Angelo Pintus also performed a monologue. Pino Donaggio appeared on stage to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the song "Io che non vivo", launched during the Sanremo Music Festival 1965. He received a special award for the song.[51] Actors Claudio Amendola and Luca Argentero promoted their film Noi e la Giulia, with Amendola also performing a fragment of the song "...E dimmi che non vuoi morire".[51][63] Austrian singer Conchita Wurst presented her new single "Heroes". After interviewing former footballer Javier Zanetti, Carlo Conti introduced the last guest of the night, Marlon Roudette, who sang "When the Beat Drops Out".[51]

Newcomers' performances during the second night

Newcomers' performance, with competing songs and voting results[63][64]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Journalists Televotes Total Result
Challenge #1
KuTso 1 "Elisa" 61.98% 56.19% 59.08% Advanced
Kaligola 2 "Oltre il giardino" 38.02% 43.81% 40.92% Eliminated
Challenge #2
Enrico Nigiotti 3 "Qualcosa da decidere" 32.74% 70.31% 51.53% Advanced
Chanty 4 "Ritornerai" 67.26% 29.69% 48.47% Eliminated

Big Artists performances during the second night

"Big Artists" performances, with competing songs and voting results[13][63][65][66]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Journalists Televotes Total Rank
Nina Zilli 1 "Sola" 13.50% 3.49% 8.49% 5
Marco Masini 2 "Che giorno è" 15.48% 11.81% 13.64% 2
Anna Tatangelo 3 "Libera" 5.16% 4.94% 5.05% 10
Raf 4 "Come una favola" 8.33% 4.81% 6.57% 6
Il Volo 5 "Grande amore" 8.73% 44.56% 26.64% 1
Irene Grandi 6 "Un vento senza nome" 16.27% 2.97% 9.62% 4
Biggio & Mandelli 7 "Vita d'inferno" 7.34% 3.38% 5.36% 9
Lorenzo Fragola 8 "Siamo uguali" 11.51% 12.51% 12.01% 3
Bianca Atzei 9 "Il solo al mondo" 6.74% 6.17% 6.46% 7
Moreno 10 "Oggi ti parlo così" 6.94% 5.37% 6.16% 8

Third night

The third night of the 65th Sanremo Music Festival started with the Newcomers' competition. Two challenges took place, to determine two of the semi-finalists. Based on public votes and on points awarded by the quality jury, Giovanni Caccamo and Amara advanced to the next stage of te competition, while Serena Brancale and Rakele were eliminated.[67]

The rest of the night was based on covers performed by the acts of the Big Artists section. Their performances were divided into five different groups composed of four acts each. Public votes and a jury composed of journalists determined the winning entry for each group. An additional voting session, based on the same rules, later took place among the five winning entries, to determine the winner of the Cover Award. Nek's performance of "Se telefonando", originally by Mina. Votes received during the night did not contribute to determine the winner of the main competition.[68]

Newcomers' performances during the third night

Newcomers' performances, with competing songs and voting results[64][67]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Journalists Televotes Total Result
Challenge #3
Giovanni Caccamo 1 "Ritornerò da te" 61.90% 73.79% 67.85% Advanced
Serena Brancale 2 "Galleggiare" 38.10% 26,21% 32.16% Eliminated
Challenge #4
Amara 1 "Credo" 58.56% 57.07% 57.82% Advanced
Rakele 2 "Io non lo so cos'è l'amore" 41.44% 42.93% 42.18% Eliminated

Big Artists performances during the third night

"Big Artists" performances, with competing song and voting results[13][69][70]
Artist Order Song, original artist, year, and writer(s) Voting details
Journalists Televotes Total Rank Result
Group #1
Raf 1 "Rose rosse" – Massimo Ranieri (1969)
(Giancarlo Bigazzi, Federico Polito)
7.73% 14,29% 11.01% 4 Eliminated
Irene Grandi 2 "Se perdo te" – Patty Pravo (1968)
(Paul Korda, Sergio Bardotti)
31.44% 14.18% 22.81% 3 Eliminated
Moreno 3 "Una carezza in un pugno" – Adriano Celentano (1968)
(Luciano Beretta, Miki Del Prete, Ferdinando De Luca, Gino Santercole)
37.63% 42.00% 39.82% 1 Advanced
Anna Tatangelo 4 "Dio, come ti amo" – Domenico Modugno (1966)
(Domenico Modugno)
23.20% 29.53% 26.37% 2 Eliminated
Group #2
Biggio & Mandelli 5 "E la vita, la vita" – Cochi e Renato (1974)
(Enzo Jannacci, Renato Pozzetto)
11.06% 6,59% 8,83% 4 Eliminated
Chiara 6 "Il volto della vita" – Caterina Caselli (1968)
(David McWilliams, Mogol, Daiano)
26.99% 26.82% 26.91% 2 Eliminated
Nesli 7 "Mare mare" – Luca Carboni (1982)
(Luca Carboni, Mauro Malavasi)
13.72% 12.82% 13.27% 3 Eliminated
Nek 8 "Se telefonando" – Mina (1966)
(Maurizio Costanzo, Ennio Morricone, Gaetano De Chiara)
48.23% 53.77% 50.99% 1 Advanced
Group #3
Dear Jack 9 "Io che amo solo te" – Sergio Endrigo (1962)
(Sergio Endrigo)
20.54% 59.87% 40.21% 1 Advanced
Grazia Di Michele & Platinette 10 "Alghero" – Giuni Russo (1986)
(Giuni Russo, Maria Antonietta Sisini)
35.71% 10.25% 22.98% 2 Eliminated
Bianca Atzei 11 "Ciao amore ciao" – Luigi Tenco (1967)
(Luigi Tenco)
15.63% 16.52% 16.08% 4 Eliminated
Alex Britti 12 "Io mi fermo qui" – Dik Dik (1970)
(Luigi Albertelli, Enrico Riccardi)
28.12% 13.36% 20.74% 3 Eliminated
Group #4
Lorenzo Fragola 13 "Una città per cantare" – Ron (1980)
(Danny O'Keefe, Lucio Dalla)
22.81% 14.21% 18.51% 3 Eliminated
Il Volo 14 "Ancora" – Eduardo De Crescenzo (1981)
(Franco Migliacci, Claudio Mattone)
20.18% 62.96% 41.57% 1 Advanced
Annalisa 15 "Ti sento" – Matia Bazar (1985)
(Carlo Marrale, Sergio Cossu, Salvatore Stellita)
36.40% 15.81% 26.11% 2 Eliminated
Lara Fabian 16 "Sto male" – Ornella Vanoni (1973)
(Serge Lama, Giorgio Calabrese)
20.61% 7.02% 13.82% 4 Eliminated
Group #5
Gianluca Grignani 17 "Vedrai vedrai" – Luigi Tenco (1965)
(Luigi Tenco)
12.82% 33.95% 23.39% 3 Eliminated
Nina Zilli 18 "Se bruciasse la città" – Massimo Ranieri (1969)
(Giancarlo Bigazzi, Federico Polito, Gaetano Savio)
22.65% 13.49% 18.07% 4 Eliminated
Malika Ayane 19 "Vivere" – Vasco Rossi (1993)
(Vasco Rossi, Massimo Riva, Tullio Ferro)
37.61% 14.88% 26.25% 2 Eliminated
Marco Masini 20 "Sarà per te" – Francesco Nuti (1968)
(Riccardo Mariotti)
26.92% 37.68% 32.30% 1 Advanced
Final voting session for the "Cover Award" – Big Artists section[13][71]
Artist Song Voting details
Journalists Televotes Total Result
Moreno "Una carezza in un pugno" 19.64% 6.39% 13.02% Fourth place
Nek "Se telefonando" 37.94% 16.72% 27.33% Winner
Dear Jack "Io che amo solo te" 6.70% 16.56% 11.63% Fifth place
Il Volo "Ancora" 8.93% 44.64% 26.79% Second place
Marco Masini "Sarà per te" 26.79% 15.69% 21.24% Third place

Fourth night

Newcomers' performances during the fourth night

Newcomers' performances, with competing songs and voting results[64][72]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Popular
jury
Experts
jury[A]
Televotes Total Result
Semi-final #1
Amara 1 "Credo" 43.85% 25.00% 53.35% 42.00% Eliminated
KuTso 2 "Elisa" 56.15% 75.00% 46.65% 58.00% Advanced
Semi-final #2
Enrico Nigiotti 1 "Qualcosa da decidere" 46.00% 62.50% 37.83% 47.68% Eliminated
Giovanni Caccamo 2 "Ritornerò da te" 54.00% 37.50% 62.17% 52.32% Advanced
Final
KuTso 1 "Elisa" 34.20% 75.00% 27.83% 43.89% Second place
Giovanni Caccamo 2 "Ritornerò da te" 65.80% 25.00% 72.17% 56.11% Winner

Big Artists performances during the fourth night

"Big Artists" performances, with competing songs and voting results[13][39][73]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Popular
jury
Experts
jury[A]
Televotes
(4th night)
Televotes
(1st–2nd night)
Total Rank Result
Annalisa 1 "Una finestra tra le stelle" 7.6333% 6.8750% 7.0063% 6.5061% 6.8305% 4 Advanced
Nesli 2 "Buona fortuna amore" 2.9000% 3.1250% 3.5852% 4.7048% 3.9732% 11 Advanced
Irene Grandi 3 "Un vento senza nome" 5.5667% 4.3750% 1.5400% 4.9634% 4.2809% 10 Advanced
Nek 4 "Fatti avanti amore" 9.3333% 11.2500% 8.0217% 8.3829% 8.8833% 2 Advanced
Bianca Atzei 5 "Il solo al mondo" 3.3667% 0.0000% 3.3890% 3.4122% 2.8889% 16 Advanced
Biggio & Mandelli 6 "Vita d'inferno" 2.6833% 4.3750% 1.8036% 2.7998% 2.8194% 18 Eliminated
Moreno 7 "Oggi ti parlo così" 2.8500% 3.1250% 3.4345% 3.2451% 3.2057% 14 Advanced
Lara Fabian 8 "Voce" 3.3833% 0.6250% 1.6141% 1.4978% 1.6730% 20 Eliminated
Grazia De Michele & Mauro Coruzzi 9 "Io sono una finestra" 3.7667% 5.0000% 2.8384% 3.8895% 3.8274% 12 Advanced
Lorenzo Fragola 10 "Siamo uguali" 4.3833% 1.8750% 5.2120% 6.3647% 5.1635% 7 Advanced
Anna Tatangelo 11 "Libera" 3.3833% 1.8750% 3.1625% 2.6694% 2.7560% 19 Eliminated
Il Volo 12 "Grande amore" 11.3333% 6.2500% 33.3886% 14.4466% 16.5385% 1 Advanced
Gianluca Grignani 13 "Sogni infranti" 2.8000% 6.2500% 2.7399% 2.4029% 3.1069% 15 Advanced
Malika Ayane 14 "Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" 7.5667% 18.1250% 1.4499% 5.3991% 6.8433% 3 Advanced
Dear Jack 15 "Il mondo esplode" 2.9333% 0.6250% 8.6078% 6.1668% 5.3387% 6 Advanced
Marco Masini 16 "Che giorno è" 5.1500% 4.3750% 4.5434% 7.1851% 5.9300% 5 Advanced
Nina Zilli 17 "Sola" 5.8833% 8.1250% 1.1864% 4.3991% 4.5381% 9 Advanced
Alex Britti 18 "Un attimo importante" 4.6167% 5.6250% 1.1426% 3.3458% 3.4377% 13 Advanced
Raf 19 "Come una favola" 3.8667% 1.8750% 1.4844% 3.4447% 2.8805% 17 Eliminated
Chiara 20 "Straordinario" 6.6000% 6.2500% 3.8496% 4.7743% 5.0846% 8 Advanced

Fifth night

Big Artists final – first round

"Big Artists" performances, with competing songs and voting results[13][74]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Popular
jury
Experts
jury[A]
Televotes Total Rank Result
Marco Masini 1 "Che giorno è" 6.0000% 3.7500% 5.9727% 5.3141% 6 Eliminated
Nina Zilli 2 "Sola" 7.3500% 5.6250% 1.8590% 4.6361% 9 Eliminated
Chiara 3 "Straordinario" 8.5000% 4.3750% 6.2297% 6.3544% 5 Eliminated
Dear Jack 4 "Il mondo esplode" 3.0000% 0.0000% 10.4184% 5.0674% 7 Eliminated
Malika Ayane 5 "Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" 9.4333% 26.2500% 2.5585% 11.7284% 3 Advanced
Nek 6 "Fatti avanti amore" 11.9167% 20.0000% 9.6114% 13.4195% 2 Advanced
Il Volo 7 "Grande amore" 13.3833% 8.7500% 38.7337% 22,1335% 1 Advanced
Annalisa 8 "Una finestra tra le stelle" 8.6500% 4.3750% 6.2283% 6.3988% 4 Eliminated
Alex Britti 9 "Un attimo importante" 4.8500% 5.0000% 1.1429% 3.4122% 11 Eliminated
Irene Grandi 10 "Un vento senza nome" 6.0667% 2.5000% 1.2184% 3.0574% 12 Eliminated
Lorenzo Fragola 11 "Siamo uguali" 4.8333% 2.5000% 6.0519% 4.6208% 10 Eliminated
Bianca Atzei 12 "Il solo al mondo" 3.9000% 0.6250% 2.2561% 2.2600% 14 Eliminated
Moreno 13 "Oggi ti parlo così" 2.6000% 1.8750% 2.0288% 2.1540% 15 Eliminated
Gianluca Grignani 14 "Sogni infranti" 2.8667% 11.2500% 1.6311% 4.8875 8 Eliminated
Grazia Di Michele & Mauro Coruzzi 15 "Io sono una finestra" 3.6333% 0.6250% 1.5189% 1.8851% 16 Eliminated
Nesli 16 "Buona fortuna amore" 3.0167% 2.5000% 2.5401% 2.6710% 13 Eliminated

Big Artists final – second round

"Big Artists" performances, with competing songs and voting results[13][74]
Artist Order Song Voting details
Popular
jury
Experts
jury[A]
Televotes Total Result
Il Volo 1 "Grande amore" 32.3333% 22.9167% 56.1878% 39.05% Winner
Nek 2 "Fatti avanti amore" 35.9444% 37.5000% 33.3757% 35.38% Second place
Malika Ayane 3 "Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" 31.7222% 39.5833% 10.4365% 25.57% Third place

Other awards

Critics' Award "Mia Martini" – Big Artists section

Points received by the "Big Artists" for the Critics Award[75]
Artist Song Points Result
Malika Ayane "Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" 36 Winner
Grazia Di Michele & Mauro Coruzzi "Io sono una finestra" 19 Second place
Nek "Fatti avanti amore" 10 Third place

Critics' Award "Mia Martini" – Newcomers' section

Points received by the "Newcomers" for the Critics Award[76]
Artist Song Points Result
Giovanni Caccamo "Ritornerò da te" 45 Winner
Amara "Credo" 24 Second place
KuTso "Elisa" 15 Third place
Serena Brancale "Galleggiare" 9 Fourth place
Chanty "Ritornerai" 6 Fifth place
Enrico Nigiotti "Qualcosa da decidere" 4 Sixth place
Rakele "Io non lo so cos'è l'amore" 3 Seventh place
Kaligola "Oltre il giardino" 2 Eighth place

Press, Radio, TV & Web Award "Lucio Dalla" – Big Artists section

Points received by the "Big Artists" for the Press, Radio, TV & Web Award[75]
Artist Song Points Result
Nek "Fatti avanti amore" 45 Winner
Malika Ayane "Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" 20 Second place
Marco Masini "Che giorno è" 13 Third place
Annalisa "Una finestra tra le stelle" 11 Fourth place
Il Volo "Grande amore" 10 Fifth place
Nina Zilli "Sola" 9 Sixth place
Lorenzo Fragola "Siamo uguali" 5 Seventh place
Grazia Di Michele & Mauro Coruzzi "Io sono una finestra"

Press, Radio, TV & Web Award "Lucio Dalla" – Newcomers' section

Points received by the "Newcomers" for the Press, Radio, TV & Web Award[76]
Artist Song Points Result
Giovanni Caccamo "Ritornerò da te" 42 Winner
Amara "Credo" 35 Second place
KuTso "Elisa" 23 Third place
Enrico Nigiotti "Qualcosa da decidere" 10 Fourth place
Rakele "Io non lo so cos'è l'amore" 9 Fifth place
Serena Brancale "Galleggiare"
Chanty "Ritornerai" 7 Seventh place
Kaligola "Oltre il giardino" 2 Eighth place

Ratings

Episode Date Viewers Share
Night 1[77] 10 February 2015 11,767,000 49.37%
Night 2[78] 11 February 2015 10,091,000 41.67%
Night 3[79] 12 February 2015 10,586,000 49.51%
Night 4[80] 13 February 2015 9,857,000 47.82%
Night 5[81] 14 February 2015 11,843,000 54.21%

Discography

Singles

List of single releases of songs competing in the 65th Sanremo Music Festival, with peak chart positions and certifications
Title Artist Peak chart positions Certifications
ITA
Top
Digital

[82]
ITA
Airplay
[83]
ITA
Domestic
Airplay
[84]
SWI
[85]
"Grande amore" Il Volo 1 10 21
  • FIMI: Platinum[86]
"Fatti avanti amore" Nek 3 2 1 39
  • FIMI: Platinum[87]
"Adesso e qui (nostalgico presente)" Malika Ayane 9 6 4
"Una finestra tra le stelle" Annalisa 5 16 8
  • FIMI: Platinum[89]
"Straordinario" Chiara 7 13 5
  • FIMI: Platinum[90]
"Che giorno è" Marco Masini 20 13
"Il mondo esplode" Dear Jack
"Sogni infranti" Gianluca Grignani 14 6
"Sola" Nina Zilli
"Siamo uguali" Lorenzo Fragola 8 16
  • FIMI: Platinum[91]
"Un attimo importante" Alex Britti 14
"Un vento senza nome" Irene Grandi 11
"Buona fortuna amore" Nesli
"Il solo al mondo" Bianca Atzei
"Oggi ti parlo così" Moreno
"Io sono una finestra" Grazia Di Michele & Mauro Coruzzi
"Come una favola" Raf 12
"Libera" Anna Tatangelo
"Voce" Lara Fabian
"Vita d'inferno" Biggio e Mandelli
"Ritornerò da te" Giovanni Caccamo 19
"Elisa" KuTso
"Qualcosa da decidere" Enrico Nigiotti
"Credo" Amara
"Io non lo so cos'è l'amore" Rakele
"Galleggiare" Serena Brancale
"Oltre il giardino" Kaligola
"Ritornerai" Chanty

Albums

Solo albums by performing artists

Artist Album Italy
(Best chart position)
Italy
(FIMI certifications)
Il Volo Sanremo Grande Amore 1 2x Platinum
Lorenzo Fragola 1995 1 Gold
Dear Jack Domani è un altro film (seconda parte) 2 Platinum
Nek Prima di Parlare 3 Gold
Nesli Andrà tutto bene 6 -
Annalisa Splende 7 -
Raf Sono io 7 -
Marco Masini Cronologia 8 -
Malika Ayane Naïf 9 -
Nina Zilli Frasi & fumo 15 -
Bianca Atzei Bianco e nero 15 -
Chiara Un giorno di sole straordinario 16 -
Anna Tatangelo Libera 19 -
Irene Grandi Un vento senza nome 25 -
Moreno Incredibile - Sanremo Edition 20 -
Amara Donna Libera 20 -
Giovanni Caccamo Qui per te 29 -
Gianluca Grignani A volte esagero (Sanremo edition) 30 -
Lara Fabian Essential 49 -
Rakele Il Diavolo è Gentile 75 -
Kutso Musica per Persone Sensibili 77 -

Compilation albums

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications
ITA
[92]
SWI
[93]
Super Sanremo 2015
  • Official compilation of the show
  • Released: 12 February 2015
  • Label: RCA Records
  • Formats: 2× CD, download
1 2
  • FIMI: Platinum[94]
Area Sanremo 2015[95]
  • Includes songs competing in the Area Sanremo selection contest
  • Released: 11 February 2015
  • Label: ApM Progetto Musica
  • Formats: download

Notes

  • A ^ The jury voting during the final for the Newcomers' section and for the Big Artists section was composed of: Claudio Cecchetto, Camila Raznovich, Carlo Massarini, Andrea Mirò, Paolo Beldì, Giovanni Veronesi, Marino Bartoletti and Massimo Bernardini.[96]

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