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Giuseppe Paradiso

He was born in Santeramo in Colle (Bari, Italy) in 1983 and started his musical studies on drums at the age of six years old. In 2007, he graduated with full marks and honours from the Italian Conservatory “N. Piccinni” of Bari, in percussion instruments, studying with professor Beniamino Forestiere, who later dedicated a composition for solo marimba to Giuseppe Paradiso. At the conservatory he also had the opportunity to study mallets (marimba and vibraphone), besides his studies on drums; in 2003 he participated as a soloist at the “International Marimba Competition” at the Superior National Conservatory of Paris, one of the most prestigious mallet’s competition in the world, performing in front of a jury of top exponents

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Released: 2012


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