Why do we do it?
Our vision is to create an environment in which artists can express themselves calmly and creatively, dialoguing with each other, actively participating in projects.
Why do we do it? Because we believe in the power of music, because we know that art is a dialogue.

The experience that looks to the future
Founded in 2005 under the name of Kafer Records in Rome, the studio moved to Austria in 2016. Colosseum Sound Factory gave birth to the sounds and words of many „champions“ of international music.
But we don’t like to stop and contemplate the past.
While sinking the roots in our great experience, we look straight to the future, to the new projects, to the great works that have not yet seen the light.
Come to us today and come to see the studio, you could be in our future.


Marco Adami was born in Rome the 15th of march 1976. He studied classical guitar at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome. He studied literature and philosophy at the
Sapienza University of Rome. He studied composition with M. Bruno Zambrini, that was also his first producer and publisher.
In 1995 he had his first publication on a cd with a song for the singer Fabrizio Pieraccini. In 1996 he reached a big success as a singer with the hit single „Canzone per la mia ex
ragazza“. From his cd „colpo di fulmine“, published by BMG, were exctrated 3 singles. He made a big tour in Italy and performed in the most important tv and radio shows.
In 1997 he reached the second position at the international star music festival in Montecarlo with the song „E‘ si o no“.
In 1998 the songs „canzone per la mia ex ragazza“ and „É si o no“ were included in the soundtrack of the successful movie „Cucciolo“.
In 1998 and 1999 he released two singles that were played in the most important radio in Italy.
In 2000 he rescinded the contract with BMG and worked as songwriter and arranger, for singers, tv shows and cinema soundtracks.
In 2004 he played in two important concerts of classical guitar in Jerusalem and Bethlemme.
In 2005 he founded the Kafer Records Company, label and recording studio in Rome. He produced several Singer and bands, as the tenor Massimiliano Drapello, the rock band
Wasthead (n.10 in the itunes chart), Primaluce etc. He produced many dance songs for the most important dance compilations in Italy, as „hit mania“ and „Eurodance“. In the following years, as songwriter and arranger he worked with many important international artists, as Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet), Michael Bolton, Corona, Ice Mc, Marco Masini, Patty Pravo, Amedeo Minghi, Noemi, Lino Rufo, Ernesto Bassignano, Francesco Pannofino, Luisa Corna, Geoff Westley, Don Byron, Steven Bernstein, Nada, Farias, Fabrizio Bosso and many many others.
In 2011 he Co-founded in London “Ilessons LTD”, a society that produce multimedial lessons for musicians in ibook format. In 2012 he won the italian „Golden globe“ with the song „Com’è bello far l’amore“ sung by the super star Patty Pravo in the homonym successful movie. In 2015 he moved to live in Austria with his wife Marcella, and in november his first
daugther Giulia was born. He wrote the music for the tv show “italian diary” for Rai tv.
In 2016 his song “ la borsa di una donna“ sung by the famous singer Noemi was in the prestigious „Festival di Sanremo“ and became a big success. He arranged the soundtrack for the documentary “AstroSamantha” by Fabio Mandarà. In 2017 he opened with his wife Marcella the “Colosseum Sound Factory” recording and photo studio in Rankweil Austria. They had as guests german stars as Roberto Blanco and Graziano, the grammy awards winner Al Walser, the well known swiss singer Natacha, and many other artists.
In 2018 he worked on many projects for italian artists as “Nova musica romana” by Emy Persiani, the young singer Evaluna, the dance singer from Hamburg Armin K project. He
produced 4 singles for the well known Austrian singer Wolfgang Frank, the folk rock singer Mario Rudigier and many others.
In 2019 he has produced a new Cd for the american Jazz singer Rhina Restrepo and he arranged for the Austrian Legend Gustl Grabher.
In 2020 he Is the author of 3 new songs for the movie “La mia banda suona il pop” by the top director Fausto Brizzi, with superstar actors Christian De Sica, Diego Abatantuono, Massimo Ghini and Angela Finocchiaro, coming out in the Cinema in February 2020. He is the author of 2 songs for the Corean Star Choi Sung Soo Hwang.


Marcella D’Angelo Adami was born in Gela, Sicily, the 8 th of July 1976. After the studies in the State School, she moved to Austria in 1998. In 2000 her first son Gerhard was born and in the 2003 the second son Matteo was born. In that period she started the modeling career in Austria and Switzerland and she also started to study the photographic techniques.
In 2008 she won the third price of the modeling contest “queen of the snow” in Austria. She made for 2 years promotions for brands as Corona, Movida Corona, Coors light, Astrella and
Rich prosecco. She was testimonial for several brands as Tom Taylor, Fussl, Stroehle, Panto, Leder Walser and
more. She also designed for the brand “Shirt Fabrik” a series of characters for a line of t-shirts. In 2014 she starded to work with his husband, the italian composer and producer Marco Adami, with which she opened the Colosseum Sound Factory recording and photo studio in Rankweil, Austria. In 2015 her daughter Giulia was born.
She is the business manager of the studio and she’s also the official photographer and video maker. As photographer and video maker she worked with several important artist as Francesco Pannofino, Lino Rufo, Shard, Musik Apostel, Gustl Grabher, Rhina Restrepo, Wolfgang Frank, Mario Rudigier, Rita Ciancio, Armin K and Many others.
In 2020 she is the co-author of the song Semplicemente complicata, wich is in the sountrack of the movie “La mia banda suona il pop” by the italian director Fausto Brizzi. The german version of this song will be released by the german schlager star Roberto Blanco.

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