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Fabrizio Puglisi

Fabrizio Puglisi is a pianist and composer. In 1987 he began studying at DAMS (Department of Art, Music and Performing Arts) in Bologna, where he currently lives. In 1995 he graduated with honors, writing a thesis about Cecil Taylor. From 1997 to 2003 he spent long periods of time in Amsterdam, where he collaborated with such musicians as Tristan Honsinger, Han Bennink, Ernst Glerum, Ab Baars, Sean Bergin, Ernst Reijseger, Tobias Delius, and the Tetzepi big band. He has collaborated with, among others, Steve Lacy, Louis Sclavis, Lester Bowie, Don Moye, David Murray, Hamid Drake, John Zorn, Don Byron, William Parker, Butch Morris, Kenny Wheeler, Enrico Rava, George Russell, Dave Liebman, Ronnie Cuber, Michel Godard, Deus Ex Machina, Roy Paci, Alvin Curran, Mark Dresser, Paolo Fresu, Steve Grossman, Flavio Boltro, Cristina Zavalloni, Gianluca Petrella, Italian Instabile Orchestra, Keith Tippett, Gunter Sommer, Mattias Schubert, Alfio Antico

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Jazz&Wine of Peace 2019

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Jazz & Wine of Peace Festival Teatro Comunale di Cormòns e varie sedi nel Collio e in Slovenia 23-27.10.2017 La ventiduesima edizione del festival Jazz&Wine of Peace di Cormòns si è svolta dal 23 al 27 Ottobre, con la medesima, fortunata formula degli scorsi anni: un concerto serale al Teatro Comunale ...

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Pasquale Mirra: la rinascita del vibrafono

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Dopo un paio di decenni di ricerca, di importanti collaborazioni e incisioni che lo hanno portato anche all'estero, il vibrafonista Pasquale Mirra sembra aver raggiunto la piena maturità espressiva ed anche il meritato riconoscimento. Questa estate è presente in un gran numero di festival italiani: dopo essersi esibito a Umbria Jazz in duo con Gianluca Petrella, ...

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Dan Kinzelman: Stream of Consciousness

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U.S. born saxophonist and clarinetist Dan Kinzelman first moved to Italy in 2005 and over the last decade has grown to become an ever-present figure in Italy's flowering underground jazz scene thanks to his central role in some of the country's most interesting and original projects: leader of Dan Kinzelman's Ghost, co-founder of collective trio Hobby ...

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John De Leo, Fabrizio Puglisi: Sento Doppio

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Prendete le cuffie, e ascoltate questo Sento Doppio attentamente e in completo silenzio. Quello firmato da John De Leo (al secolo il Massimo De Leonardis che ha militato nei Quintorigo fino al 2004) e Fabrizio Puglisi, un album uscito per la Carosello Records, non è un disco per orecchie distratte. Non perché un duo pianoforte e ...

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Best of 2017: The All About Jazz Mixtape, Vol.3

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Volume 1 | Volume 2| Volume 3 Eccola la terza e ultima puntata della nostra compilation con il meglio del 2017, che fa da complemento e colonna sonora alle varie liste di fine anno pubblicate negli scorsi giorni da Luca Canini, Libero Farnè, Angelo Leonardi, Nicola Negri, Neri Pollastri, Vincenzo Roggero e Luca Vitali. ...

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Best of 2017: The All About Jazz Mixtape, Volume 3

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Volume 1 | Volume 2 | Volume 3 Some cling to the belief that jazz is in crisis or worse, dead. Our impression is quite the opposite, and to prove our point, we've compiled a mixtape featuring some of the best jazz released in 2017. Also, check out our staff's BEST OF 2017 lists ...

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Best of 2017: The All About Jazz Mixtape, Volume 2

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Volume 1 | Volume 2 | Volume 3 Some cling to the belief that jazz is in crisis or worse, dead. Our impression is quite the opposite, and to prove our point, we've compiled a mixtape featuring some of the best jazz released in 2017. Also, check out our staff's BEST OF 2017 lists ...

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Best of 2017: The All About Jazz Mixtape, Volume 1

Read "Best of 2017: The All About Jazz Mixtape, Volume 1" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Volume 1 | Volume 2 | Volume 3 Some cling to the belief that jazz is in crisis or worse, dead. Our impression is quite the opposite, and to prove our point, we've compiled a mixtape featuring some of the best jazz released in 2017. Also, check out our staff's BEST OF 2017 lists ...

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Best of 2017: The All About Jazz Mixtape, Vol.2

Read "Best of 2017: The All About Jazz Mixtape, Vol.2" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ecco arrivata la seconda puntata della nostra compilation con il meglio del 2017. Questa compilation fa da complemento e colonna sonora alle varie liste di fine anno pubblicate negli scorsi giorni da Luca Canini, Libero Farnè, Angelo Leonardi, Nicola Negri, Neri Pollastri, Vincenzo Roggero e Luca Vitali. Inutile dirlo... questa lista di brani non ...


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