During his artistic career that spans over 30 years, composer, conductor, percussionist
and video artist Andrea Centazzo has given more than 1500 concerts and live
performances in Europe and the United States, as well as appeared and performed on
numerous radio and television broadcasts worldwide.
In 1976 he founded ICTUS records one of the first independent labels for jazz and avant-garde. The label closed down
in 1984 due to financial problems and it was resuscitated in 2004 in Long Beach California. Now all the ICTUS
catalogue is on sale on the ICTUS site and bandacamp page.
In 2011, his alma mater, the University of Bologna (Italy) honored him by establishing
the “Fondo Centazzo” section of the University Library, where all his musical works are
housed and made available to students, scholars and musicians