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ENGLISH BIO [Italian bio below] Caterina Palazzi (1982) is an Italian double bass player. Caterina Palazzi was born in Rome and she become known on the punk/rock scene as a guitar player of the Barbie Killers band. From 2000 she comes closer to jazz, while attending the DAMS University (Arts, Music and Show). From 2002 she attends the professional course at Saint Louis College of Music of Rome. She is the leader and composer of the jazz/noise band Sudoku Killer, which features a live concert activity of over 600 concerts all over Europe, and which recorded Sudoku Killer (ZdM 2010), Infanticide (Auand Records 2015) and Asperger (Clean Feed 2018). For the 2010 Italian prestigious press poll JAZZIT AWARD Caterina Palazzi was awarded as best Italian composer, her album Sudoku Killer was awarded as second best Italian CD and her group ranked as 4th best Italian band

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Caterina Palazzi Sudoku Killer: Asperger

Read "Asperger" reviewed by Don Phipps

An album dedicated to villains in Disney films might be brushed off as novelty, but those that do would be mistaken. Rather than childhood fears, the tunes on Caternina Palazzi Sudoku Killer's album Asperger explore a dark and sinister side to being, like a non-stop view of a snarling Donald Trump barking insults from an 85-inch ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Caterina Palazzi: il lato oscuro del jazz

Read "Caterina Palazzi: il lato oscuro del jazz" reviewed by Daniele Vogrig

Lucida, oscura, intrigante. Sono le immediate sensazioni percepite nel corso di una lunga chiacchierata con Caterina Palazzi intorno alla sua musica, ai suoi progetti, alle sue passioni. La contrabbassista romana si è imposta nel corso degli anni come una figura di spicco nel panorama jazzistico (e non solo) internazionale, sulla scorta di un variegatissimo background musicale ...

Infanticide

Label: Auand Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Sudoku Killer; Hitori; Nurikabe; Futoshiki; Masyu.

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Caterina Palazzi

Read "I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Caterina Palazzi" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

01. Nick Cave -No More Shall We Part (Mute Records -2001). Meraviglioso, perfetto, passionale, emozionante. Anche sentendolo tutti i giorni non stanca. 02. Zu -Cortar Todo (Ipecac Records -2015). Nuovissimo, potentissimo. Massimo Pupillo è il mio bassista preferito da quando li ho sentiti la prima volta 15 anni fa al Forte ...

Caterina Palazzi e il Questionario di Proust

Read "Caterina Palazzi e il Questionario di Proust" reviewed by Paolo Peviani

All About Jazz Italia: Il tratto principale della mia musica. Caterina Palazzi: Schizofrenia, angoscia, tenebre... AAJI: La qualità che desidero nei musicisti che suonano con me C.P.: Passionalità AAJI: Come musicista, il momento in cui sono stata più felice. C.P.:Il momento in cui sono ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Cupa ironia: intervista a Caterina Palazzi

Read "Cupa ironia: intervista a Caterina Palazzi" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Non si incontra tutti i giorni una musicista dalle idee chiare come Caterina Palazzi. Alla guida di un quartetto legato da amicizia e stima reciproca - completato da Danielle Di Majo (alto sax), Giacomo Ancillotti (chitarra) e Maurizio Chiavaro (batteria) - e forte del convincente album d'esordio Sudoku Killer, la giovane contrabbassista ci racconta come nascono ...


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