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Roberto Olzer: Suoni per immaginare Fellini

Read "Roberto Olzer: Suoni per immaginare Fellini" reviewed by Paolo Marra

"Fellini 100" è il nuovo progetto del pianista e compositore Roberto Olzer, uno spettacolo multimediale di musica e arte visiva allestito nell'ambito del Festival Piemontese Tones and Stones (in rassegna dal 19 al 26 Luglio) per omaggiare il grande Maestro del Cinema, a cent'anni dalla sua nascita. Ad accompagnare il pianista sul palco, nella giornata inaugurale, ...

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Rosario Bonaccorso Quartet: A New Home

Read "A New Home" reviewed by Mark Corroto

There is a trend in jazz today to abandon beauty for technical ability. Odd meter and eccentric changes replace sympathetic music making, favoring skills over art. Thank the heavens there are those who have never abandoned beauty. One such musician is bassist Rosario Bonaccorso. His quartet recording A New Home is an exercise in elegance and ...

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Lana Meets Jazz – Ottava Edizione

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Lana Meetz Jazz Lana (BZ), 30.04.2019--05.05.2019 Dal dixie al jazz scandinavo con divagazioni elettroniche il passo è lungo, ma al Lana Meets Jazz tutto si tiene. Merito di una programmazione basata su criteri di selezione semplici, solidi e inoppugnabili: -Musicisti di indiscusso valore, interpreti di ...

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Merano Jazz 2018

Read "Merano Jazz 2018" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Kursaal, Teatro Kimm Merano 10-15.07.2018 Il primo che soffia sulle ventidue candeline di Merano Jazz è Pat Metheny, che con il suo quartetto apre la sezione concertistica di un festival caratterizzato pure da una prestigiosa sezione didattica: l'Accademia Mitteleuropea, diretta da Franco D'Andrea ed Ewald Kontschieder, giunta quest'anno alla diciassettesima ...

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Keith Tippett Octet: Nine Dances Of Patrick O’Gonogon

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The Nine Dances of Patrick O'Gonogon is a solid gold delight. I have no idea, who Paddy O'Gonogon is or even if he exists outside the minds of Keith Tippett and Julie Tippett but I'd love to have a drink or eight with him. Seems like he knows how to have a good time.

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Siena Jazz 2016

Read "Siena Jazz 2016" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Built around the city's Jazz University Summer School, the Siena Jazz Festival is unique. Each evening, tutors and students perform in a variety of gorgeous settings in this most beautiful of cities. One night it is a stage set against the 16th century backdrop of the Basilica Provenzano, another dwarfed by the mighty Basilica di. S. ...

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Torino Jazz Festival: le molteplici facce del jazz

Read "Torino Jazz Festival: le molteplici facce del jazz" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Torino Jazz Festival varie sedi 22.04-01.05.2016 Non è facile trovare in Italia manifestazioni jazzistiche paragonabili al Torino Jazz Festival. Il confronto più plausibile è quello con Umbria Jazz. Entrambi i festival infatti sono motivati da un intento promozionale e divulgativo, dalla volontà di far avvicinare a questa musica ...

The Oldest Living Thing

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2015
Track listing: The Oldest Living Thing; Sorrows And Joys Of A Lamb; Helichrysum; Marmotte; Sunday Snow Flakes; Travel Back; Nuovo Cinema Paradiso; The Olive Tree Of Noah; Loft; The Oldest Living Thing (Duo).


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