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Pasquale Stafano

Pasquale Stafano Pianist, composer and arranger. He graduated in Classical Piano in 1994 and in Jazz in 2000 at “Umberto Giordano” Music Conservatory in Foggia (Italy). He has also a Degree in Economy with Marketing specialization, at University of Foggia in 2004. He is Professor of Jazz Piano at "Luca Marenzio" Music Conservatory in brescia (Italy). COLLABORATIONS He collaborates with some of the best contemporary jazz musicians among which Javier Girotto, Gabriele Mirabassi, Fabrizio Bosso, Valtinho Anastacio, Max Ionata, Roberto Ottaviano, Michele Rabbia, Kiwha Lee, Yeahwon Shin. He also collaborated with the Italian very famous actors Michele Placido and Giorgio Albertazzi and with Magna Grecia Orchestra, U


Ed Roth Releases New Album Jazzland Out February 22 On Funzalo Records

Ed Roth Releases New Album Jazzland Out February 22 On Funzalo Records

His playing cuts across styles and genres as he masterfully executes jazz, rock, and pop sensibilities with a contemporary flavor. Ed Roth is truly a monster player, and his talent shines brightly on Jazzland, his debut album release for Funzalo Records out on February 22. On Jazzland you will find Roth’s excellent take on Jazz classics like ...


John Medeski And Marian McPartland: Piano Jazz

Read "Piano Jazz" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini

The matchup is so unusual that it's alluring before a word is spoken or a note played: Marian McPartland, 85, the straight-laced matronly host of public radio's Piano Jazz spending an hour with John Medeski, 40, perhaps the most recognizable pioneer of modern acid jazz as one third of Medeski, Martin and Wood. She plays an ...


Marian McPartland & Teddy Wilson: Piano Jazz

Read "Piano Jazz" reviewed by Jim Santella

Recorded in 1978 for Marian McPartland's radio program, this performance and conversation brings two great pianists together to reminisce and to talk about their careers as performers, scholars, and dedicated lovers of the art of jazz.

Together, they uncover Teddy Wilson's biography piece by piece. It turns out Wilson was an early influence for McPartland ...