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European Jazz Conference 2019 in Novara

Read "European Jazz Conference 2019 in Novara" reviewed by Luciano Rossetti

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Photos of the European Jazz Conference 2019 held in Novara, Italy, from September 11th to 15th. The Italian Showcase Festival and Fringe Program featured performances by the Franco D'Andrea's Octet, Gianluca Petrella Cosmic Renaissance, Filippo Vignato, Eloisa Manera, Roberto Ottaviano, Dan Kinzelman and Hobby Horse, Rosa brunello, Camilla Battaglia, Piero Bittolo Bon's Bread & Fox, Ludovica Manzo and Alessandra Bossa's O-Janà, Mirko Signorile, Raffaele Casarano, Francesco Chiapperini, Marco Colonna, XY ...

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Dan Kinzelman: Stream of Consciousness

Read "Dan Kinzelman: Stream of Consciousness" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

U.S. born saxophonist and clarinetist Dan Kinzelman first moved to Italy in 2005 and over the last decade has grown to become an ever-present figure in Italy's flowering underground jazz scene thanks to his central role in some of the country's most interesting and original projects: leader of Dan Kinzelman's Ghost, co-founder of collective trio Hobby Horse and its recent expansion into a sextet (Ghost Horse), he is also active as a sideman with projects like the Francesco Ponticelli Quartet ...


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