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Gabriel Bismut


Gabriel Bismut is a Parisian violinist and violist playing jazz and traditional music. After his studies at the Regional Conservatory (CRR) of Boulogne-Billancourt, he was in contact with internationally renowned jazz musicians such as Antonio Ciacca and Carine Bonnefoy. He has also worked and recorded with musicians from the Parisian scene such as Camille Bertault, Helena Recalde, Charlotte Wassy, Mauro Repetto and The Big Hustle. In 2016 he recorded an album containing his compositions with pianist Fady Farah. In 2017, he started playing with pianist-accordionist Maurizio Minardi


Track of the Day


Label: AMA Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 3:33


Le Chat Brel

Label: AMA Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Le Coq Baroque (M. Minardi) 2. Persévérance (G. Bismut) 3. Fleur Du Hasard (G. Bismut) 4. Anastasia (M.Minardi) 5. La Brume (M. Minardi) 6. Endurance (G. Bismut) 7. Penguin (M. Minardi) 8. Bipolarité (G.Bismut) 9. Per i tuoi 28 anni (G. Bismut) 10. Tulipano nero (M. Minardi) 11. Peau Neuve (G. Bismut) 12. Marcello (M. Minardi)


Maurizio Minardi

Maurizio Minardi is a composer, pianist and accordionist, lived in London from 2008 to 2016 and currently based in Paris Maurizio completed his studies in piano, organ and composition at the Conservatorio ‘Martini’ Bologna, Italy. He perfected his jazz studies through workshops with Barry Harris, Enrico Rava, Paolo Fresu, Danilo Rea and Simone Zanchini. Maurizio founded, composed, produced and arranged the music for the electronic pop group ‘Oz’ and the jazz-tango group Quartetto Magritte, recording four and three albums respectively. In 2011, he also produced and released the orchestral-electronic album Works to critical acclaim


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