Diletta Longhi was born in Lecco in January 1995.
She grew up immersed in music thanks to her father, who always played for passion, and her mother, a great music lover.
She was attracted to singing at the age of 13, when she started singing in her village's competition choir.
In 2013, she became the voice of an acoustic duo with whom she would collaborate for several years.
From 2016 to 2018 she attended annual Circle Songs workshops (choral improvisation in a circle, a practice invented by the well-known jazz man Bobby McFerrin) conducted by Serena Ferrara. Also in 2016, he began his academic studies in Parma.
She has the opportunity to gain experience in an orchestra, singing in the 'Mefisto Ensemble' (jazz orchestra of the A. Boito Conservatory) and in the 'Chironomic
Orchestra' (Conduction Orchestra, extemporary musical composition) both conducted by Maestro R. Bonati. With the latter formation, he took part in several concerts of the 'Parma Frontiere Jazz Festival' for three years.
In 2017 he began collaborating with the "Cartoons" project, a theatre-music show aimed at children, with which he performed from 2017 to 2022, at the Ridotto of the Teatro Regio in Parma, for the "Parma Frontiere Jazz Festival".
He graduated in Jazz Singing at the A. Boito Conservatory in Parma in July 2019.
In November of the same year, he began a two-year course of studies at the N. Piccinni Conservatory in Bari, which he completed with honours in 2022.
He began collaborating with Nicola Scagliozzi (art and life companion) in the acoustic duo 'NiDi di Note'.
Also in 2022, he recorded his first record at Nightingale Studios, 'Diversity', a collection of eight original tracks, arranged by N. Scagliozzi, and produced by Birdbox Records.