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Ferdinando Romano got his double-bass diploma from the Conservatorio L. Cherubini di Firenze studying at the same time with Riccardo Donati and Alberto Bocini, two internationally acclaimed soloists that worked for the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. In the same Conservatorio he followed the course of Composition with Paolo Furlani. In 2015 he then got a Master in Performance with Enrico Fagone at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, where he lived for 3 years and had the chance to refine his studies with acclaimed international soloists like Klaus Stoll (Berliner Philarmoniker), Tim Cobb (Juiliard School, Manhattan School of Music), Michael Klinghoffer (Jerusalem Accademy), Christine Hoock (Mozarteum Salzburg), Diego Zecharies, Hans Roelofsen (Institute of the Arts, Netherlands) and many more. At the same time he followed the Jazz Courses of Valdarno Jazz and he studied privately with Ares Tavolazzi, Marco Panascia, Joe Martin, Joe Sanders, Furio di Castri, Tino D’Agostino and Sergio Bellotti (Berklee College of Music)

Totem

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Gecko; Evocation; Wolf Totem; Curly; Sea Crossing Part 1; Sea Crossing Part 2; Memories Reprise; Mirrors.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ferdinando Romano: Totem

Read "Totem" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

According to Italian double bassist Ferdinando Romano, a totem “is a symbol that represents a natural or spiritual entity which has a particular meaning for a single person or even for a large group of people." Furthermore, it refers to the different references each of the musicians on this album have, the different people they've met ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Ferdinando Romano: Una Collaborazione Naturale con Ralph Alessi

Read "Ferdinando Romano: Una Collaborazione Naturale con Ralph Alessi" reviewed by Paolo Marra

Per il suo debutto discografico da leader con il disco Totem, registrato per l'etichetta norvegese Losen Records, il giovane musicista Ferdinando Romano sceglie di formare un settetto con la presenza come ospite di Ralph Alessi, uno degli artisti di punta della scena creativa newyorchese, grazie a collaborazioni con musicisti del calibro di Steve Coleman, Ravi Coltrane ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Chad Taylor, Nduduzo Makhathini, Aka Moon, Matt Wilson and Other New Releases

Read "Chad Taylor, Nduduzo Makhathini, Aka Moon, Matt Wilson and Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Second part of this week's exploration of new and upcoming releases [for the first part ]. Here we focus on the new works of drummers Chad Taylor, with his trio and in the duo with James Brandon Lewis and Matt Wilson, the global jazz of the cult band Aka Moon and South African pianist Nduduzo Makhathini... ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Arcadia Trio & Robin Eubanks al Teatro Monni di Campi Bisenzio

Read "Arcadia Trio & Robin Eubanks al Teatro Monni di Campi Bisenzio" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Arcadia Trio, ospite Robin Eubanks Teatro Carlo Monni Campi Bisenzio (FI) 13.2.2019 Leonardo Radicchi è un sassofonista perugino con una biografia ricca non solo dal punto di vista musicale: dopo aver lavorato con molti artisti italiani ed essersi perfezionato al Berklee Colege di Boston, ha ben pensato di non rinchiudersi ...


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