Enrico Nadai was born in Conegliano on May 26, 1996 and resides in Farra di Soligo (Treviso). He attends the faculty of Philosophy in Padua. Son of art: father violinist and mother singer, at the age of 7 he started studying violin and became part of the Little Venetian Orchestra formed by young talented musicians. At the age of 12 he started singing with the participation and the winning of the international "Onde sonore" competition in Jesolo, it is noticed by US singer Cheryl Porter who reported for a canonical show in Mediaset. She will bring him into the cast of the TV show "Io canto" (I sing) in which he will be part of the Gimme Five boyband as well as a single interpreter. On May 16, 2011 he released his first EP entitled "Un momento perfetto" (A perfect moment). He also participated in the third edition of the television program conducted by Gerry Scotti [Io Canto], winning the third place and the CET prize offered by the writer and songwriter Giulio Rapetti Mogol. On December 20, 2011, he is invited to sing in the New Year's Eve at the Peace Concert held in Bethlehem in the basilica of the Nativity. From April 2012 he joined, together with Kevan Gulia and Simone Frulio, of the FreeBoys vocal group with which he participated in the X Factor television broadcast in 2013. In the same year he joined the Italian National Singers. With his new musical training he published an Ep and two albums, the latest one titled "Dedicato a ..." (Dedicated to...) (2013), enclosing the contents of the previous works with the addition of some new tracks. In 2014 he began collaborating with journalists by writing articles of art and culture. In 2015, Enrico participated in the creation of the "Wake Up" album dedicated to Pope Francis with a song titled "Santa famiglia di Nazareth" (Holy Family of Nazareth).