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marco sinopoli

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Biography Composer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Marco Sinopoli has dedicated his training to the study of classical composition and jazz studying with many of the best Italian musicians and teachers. Over the years he has collaborated as a guitarist in Italy and abroad with various artists, in the field of jazz and pop music, including Fabrizio Bosso, Roberto Gatto, Nicola Stilo, Ramberto Ciammarughi, Alessandro Gwis, Lino Patruno, Baraonna, Peppino Gagliardi, Max Gagliardi, Sergio Cammariere, Francesco Di Giacomo, Francesco Fratini, Simone Alessandrini, Federica Mischianti, The Session's Voices, Primiano Di Biasie (Dire Straits) and many others. He has received various commissions as a composer from institutions such as "Nuova Consonanza", "Macerata Arena Sferisterio", "Roman Philharmonic Academy", "Paolo Grassi Foundation", "Seminario de Cultura Mexicana", "Academy of the Cathedral of San Giovanni", "Un organ for Rome "and collaborating with various ensembles and soloists including" Sentieri Selvaggi "by Carlo Boccadoro," Mexico City Wind Quintet "," Mitja Quartet "," Accademia della Cattedrale di San Giovanni "," Imago Sonora " , “Alessandro Carbonare trio”, Michele Marco Rossi, Samuele Telari, Bruno Paolo Lombardi, Andrea Corsi, Luca Cipriano, Alessandra Amorino, Angelo Bruzzese. In 2018 he founded the "Marco Sinopoli-Extradiction" ensemble with which he developed his own original music in a transversal jazz approach, releasing the first album "Chromatic landscape" in 2021 for the label "Parco della Musica records". In 2022 he founded the "Marco Sinoopoli 5et" in wich he plays both piano and the guitar with Simone Alessandrini, soprano sax, Luca Cipriano, clarinet, Marco Siniscalco, bass, and Evita Polidoro on drums. In 2019 he won the prestigious international award "Macerata Opera Festival" and the commission for musical theater work "Can you heart me?" which has seen several replicas within the Sferisterio Festival and the Roma Europa Festival. At the same time, in addition to working in the studio as a session player and arranger, he composes music for plays, short films, commercials and documentaries. "The beauty of the donkey" and "Come to the world" by S.Castellitto assistant to the composition and guitarist for Arturo Annechino and Eduardo Cruz, "In waking we are saved" by L.Yandoli, "With the eyes of Rapanui" by RGBarca, "Vicino a te" by G.Sinopoli, "Entierro" by Maura Morales Bergamnn, "The guard" by L

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Daniel Gassin

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Daniel Gassin is an Australian pianist and composer of Franco-American descent based in Paris. Before relocating to France in 2013, Daniel garnered both local and international acclaim in his hometown of Melbourne. He was a finalist in the Jazz Solo Piano Competition at the iconic Montreux Jazz Festival in 2007, reached the final three at the Australian National Jazz Awards in 2013, and was nominated for the prestigious Freedman Fellowship in 2016. He recorded his second Trio album “Crossover” in 2008 for ABC Jazztrack, and in 2011 the Daniel Gassin Sextet's debut album was released to critical acclaim and widespread national airplay

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Maria Damore

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Maria Damore is a vocalist and private voice teacher from Berks County, PA, and 2022 recipient of the Berks Jazz Fest Frank Scott award for contributions to Berks County’s Jazz Heritage. Maria has been an educator for Olivet Boys & Girls Club, adjudicator for vocal competitions, and clinician for GetJazzED, Berks-Vocal Day. She has been featured in Classical Singer magazine, discussing her work in the original children’s jazz-opera, The Bear Prince, and her Greek folk music duo “Stavros & Maria.” Known as a versatile singer who easily crosses genres, Maria was thrilled to compete as a quarterfinalist in the 2018 American Traditions Vocal Competition in Savannah, Georgia

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Ersilia Dolci

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Mandy Chan

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Mandy Chan is a vocalist, composer, arranger and bandleader who continuously pursues excellence in music. Mandy Chan’s repertoire includes jazz, Latin, folk, and pop, sung in Mandarin, English, Cantonese, Teochew dialect, Taiwanese, Spanish or French. From traditional to modern, from popular to avant-garde, from China to international crossover world music, she embraces all styles and genres of beautiful music. Mandy has been performing throughout China and working with various musicians from across the globe, such as French vibraphonist Benoit Stasiaczyk, pianist Cedric Hanriot, Luxembourgish pianist Marc Mangen, Latin percussionist Gerardo Rosales, and Dutch jazz saxophonist Dick de Graaf. At her young age, her talent and love of music were noticed and her family sent her to formal vocal training where she studied Traditional Chinese singing with Cai Laiyou

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Martha Wash

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Martha Wash’s new album, Love & Conflict, promises to take fans in a fascinating and perhaps unexpected new direction. Released by Ms. Wash’s label, Purple Rose Records, this eclectic collection of mesmerizing blues-rock and adult contemporary songs is a stylistically adventurous journey for the legendary vocalist, entrepreneur, and producer, whose spectacular achievements in the music industry are nothing short of staggering. But breaking new ground is something that shouldn’t surprise anyone who is familiar with Martha’s amazing past including her seven Number 1 hits! Martha’s been doing it from the very beginning

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Saskia Laroo

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Saskia Laroo (1959) was hailed by American public and press at large as “Lady Miles of Europe”. She is one of the few women trumpet stylists and a delight on the music scene for almost four decades. Born July 31, 1959 in Amsterdam, it began for her on trumpet at age 8, never dreaming herself becoming a professional musician. That all changed when Saskia, turned 18, after briefly majoring in Mathematics at University of Amsterdam switched her focus to a career in music. She worked extensively in various groups from this point, primarily on upright bass, though eventually, on both bass and trumpet

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Joseph Patrick Moore

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For over two decades Joseph Patrick Moore has been touring, recording, and establishing himself as an artist with a unique voice and a diversity of talents. His skills as bassist; composer; arranger; producer; author; educator and founding partner of both Blue Canoe Digital and Blue Canoe Records illustrate why he is a highly sought after musician. Moore's music and creative vision echo the spirits of Quincy Jones; Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis to name a few. Joseph Patrick Moore was born in Knoxville, Tn., on October 1, 1969. He was first introduced to music by his parents and sisters, who encouraged him to study music through the public school's band program

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Erik Borelius

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Erik Borelius, guitar-player, singer and composer, has worked professionally with music since 1986. During these 34 years he has released thirteen albums, eleven through his own company and two during his time at EMI. In 1994 Erik received a Swedish Grammy for the album “SexTioTvå” – the best instrumental album in 1993 and the first recorded under Erik’s own label EB Music. The following year he was nominated with the album “Duende”. Erik’s music is often described as a peculiar blend of styles and as a guitar player he is praised for using his outstanding technique in a tasteful manner. In 1984 Erik sent a demo to EMI

Album

Dreiländer Trio

Label: CrossOver Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Entry - 3:03; 2. Leo - 5:58; 3. Cymbalum - 9:53; 4. Izpoved (Kaucic) - 7:15; 5. Hidalgo - 5:23; 6. Zprto (Cojaniz) - 4:02; 7. m & M - 5:18; 8. Trieste - ammam (Maier) - 9:14; 9. Nightly - 7:36; 10. El peon - 3:54; 11. Rain Indigo - 3:48; 12. Exit - 4:07.


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