Joe LoPiccolo is a guitarist and composer whose work is influenced by
Classical, Jazz and World Music styles. Dan O'Heron of the Pasadena Weekly
states his music is "Soft spoken eloquence, fascinatingly improvised." and
"The music is comforting and visual, it takes you to a better place, a paradise
found." Guitarist Andrew York, formerly of the Grammy Award winning Los
Angeles Guitar Quartet states "Having exceptional ability in both classical and
jazz genres is very rare; Joe excels in both styles." Andy Ellis, senior editor of
Guitar Player magazine stated "LoPiccolo's impeccably executed, imaginative
arrangements reveal his mastery of the guitar and its most subtle timbres."
Joe LoPiccolo is a graduate of The California Institute of the Arts, receiving his
BFA in Jazz Guitar and his MFA in Guitar Performance
In his promotional notes, guitarist Joe LoPiccolo advises that the twelve original compositions in this album are reflective of many musical influences including African, Brazilian, Classical, Eastern European, Indian and Jazz genres." After listening to Passages, I would agree that most of those elements are present in his playing, but there is very little to call ...
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