Enzo Amazio graduated from the Conservatorio di S. Pietro a Majella in Naples. At the same time as his classical studies, he specialised in jazz guitar, following seminars with Jerry Bergonzi, Mike Stern and Jim Hall. After a period of concert activity (chamber music and solo performances), he finally embarked on the road to jazz by participating in various festivals. He also delved into acoustic guitar by studying the country and Irish tradition. He undertook a touring activity by collaborating in the musical production of the Diana theatre with the late Antonio Sorrentino. He took up the classical tradition, undertaking the baroque repertoire in Germany and at the Marseille Festival. He worked with the Cimarosa group, taking care of the composition and arrangements of songs, also collaborating with James Senese and Enzo Gragnaniello and taking part in national programmes such as "Domenica in" and "Maurizio Costanzo".