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Antonio Borghini

Born in Milan in 1977, he grows up in Rome where, at the age of ten, begins his musical studies privately and later on at “G.B. Martini” conservatory in Bologna. Based there, he joins in the late 90’s the musicians collective “Bassesfere”, and starts collaborating with many bands (Cristina Zavalloni “Open quartet”, “Orange room”, “Headless cat”, “Mrafi”, “Chant trio” a.o.) In 2003 begins his long term collaboration with cellist Tristan Honsinger playing in the group “Small Talk”. In the years 2004-2006 he plays concerts around Europe with many projects such as “Domino quartet” with Sean Bergin, Gianluca Petrella and Hamid Drake; David Murray trio and quartet; the “Anthony Braxton quartet” and the Butch Morris Orchestra

ARTICLE: UNSUNG HEROES

In memoriam: Alessandro Giachero

Read "In memoriam: Alessandro Giachero" reviewed by Francesco Martinelli

Only with a very heavy heart one can write an obituary for a young friend and great musician who left this world suddenly, prematurely and unjustly, leaving his colleagues and pupils, but above all his family, in mourning. It will hopefully be useful to leave a trace of his musical contributions and a lead for future ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Live From Berlin: Alexander Von Schlippenbach, Henrik Walsdorff & Ida Nielsen

Read "Live From Berlin: Alexander Von Schlippenbach, Henrik Walsdorff & Ida Nielsen" reviewed by Martin Longley

The Schlippenbach-Walsdorff Quartet A-Trane October 31, 2018 The A-Trane is one of Berlin's best-known jazz clubs, but is surprisingly small, once discovered on its quiet street-corner. This might be a disadvantage when they're booking some of the big-name acts that appear there, resulting in lost sales from potential bookings, but ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Cuong Vu, Phil Schurger, Cluttertones and More

Read "Cuong Vu, Phil Schurger, Cluttertones and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Check out some great music from new releases, from the avant-garde/Middle Eastern/North African fusion of Ensemble Fanaa, to trumpeter Cuong Vu's quartet with Bill Frisell; from Chicago guitarist Phil Schurger to New Orleans drummer Billie Davies; from poet Vince Bell to pianist Ran Blake with singer Christine Correa. Plus a set from three excellent German groups ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Schnell: Live at Sowieso

Read "Live at Sowieso" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This international trio spares no effort with its plight to create hyper-mode bebop like gamma rays streaming through the universe at light speed. It's a rather amazing live set, that was probably meant to be performed in front of an audience and not in a cloistered studio setting. To say it's invigorating doesn't tell the whole ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Enrique Haneine, Antonio Borghini and Adam Hopkins

Read "Enrique Haneine, Antonio Borghini and Adam Hopkins" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Drummer Enrique Haneine is back with a new recording, The Mind's Mural, and a quartet that paints some very powerful pictures in this week's episode of One Man's Jazz. Another drummer, Carlos Lopez from Spain, contributes music from two different recordings, while Italian bassist Antonio Borghini tops that with music from three different groups and recordings ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Intervista a Beppe Scardino

Read "Intervista a Beppe Scardino" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Sassofonista baritono, clarinettista basso e compositore quanto mai versatile, Beppe Scardino è da un decennio una figura centrale del jazz italiano più creativo. Lo abbiamo incontrato nei giorni dell'ultima edizione di Young Jazz, nel maggio 2015, e ci ha gentilmente concesso quest'intervista: ricorda alcune tappe centrali della sua carriera e ci parla dei progetti futuri.

Wadada Leo Smith, fenomenologia di un maestro

Read "Wadada Leo Smith, fenomenologia di un maestro" reviewed by Luca Canini

Non tutti i maestri sono uguali. C'è chi sceglie di farsi da parte, riducendo al minimo gli sconfinamenti, gli azzardi, i contatti con situazioni potenzialmente rischiose. E c'è chi invece si ostina a cercare, a condividere; tenendo fede a quella che del jazz è la suprema vocazione: la fisiologica tendenza a includere, in un continuo sovrapporsi ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Jazzdor 2014

Read "Jazzdor 2014" reviewed by Vittorio Lo Conte

Ben ventiquattro concerti, dal 7 al 21 Novembre 2014 per la ventinovesima edizione del Jazzdor, festival tenuto a Strasburgo e dintorni, anche oltre il confine con la Gemania, come vedremo. Questa volta è stato dedicato alla figura del contrabbassista Jean Jacques Avenel, spesso protagonista. Jazzdor si è oramai consolidato come uno dei più ...

Desertificati

Label: Pivotal Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Materia – 5:37; 02. Chi sei – 4:05; 03. Contatti – 2:09; 04. Desertificati – 8:28; 05. Freaks – 4:56; 06. La casa del Cattivo – 2: 14; 07. Sete – 3:07; 08. Il sarto – 6:08; 09. Cinque e cinque – 4:46; 10. Mi osservano maledetti – 4:13; 11. La gallina di Zamira – 4:07; 12. In fiamme – 6.01. Brani di Marraffa eccetto V di Marraffa/Mirra e III-VI-VII-X di Marraffa/Mirra/Borghini/Calcagnile.


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