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Eclectic pianist who combines the tradition of jazz with new languages, his compositions and his style in improvisation are recognized by critics since his debut in piano trio in 2014. His works range from duo to big band and symphony orchestra. Angelo Mastronardi is the Producer and Label Manager of GleAM Records, an Independent Record label and music publisher based near Lecce (Italy). The label is specialized in jazz recordings, music for brands, film, tv and advertising. DISCOGRAFY LIKE AT THE BEGINNING (2014 Dodicilune/IRD) (Jazzit Like! Award 2015) HUNGER AND LOVE (2015 Dodicilune/IRD) - sideman NEW THINGS, SAME WORDS (2017 GleAM Records/IRD) (Jazz Like! Award 2017) ART of The Messengers (2019 GleAM Records/IRD) ROUGH LINE (2020 GleAM Records/IRD) MOBA (2021 GleAM Records/IRD) PUBLICATIONS Angelo Mastronardi Fakebook vol
Hetty and the Jazzato Band are an Anglo-Italian Jazz Band that brings to their audiences a taste of 'la dolce vita' with their modern twist on; vintage, classic Italian songs, gypsy jazz, swing and jazz standards in Italian and English. Hetty Loxston, a classical and jazz-trained (bi-lingual) singer from London formed Hetty and the Jazzato Band at the end of 2015 with clarinettist, and childhood friend Charlotte Jolly, and three Italian musicians Fabrizio Bonacci, Riccardo Castellani and Alessandro Cimaschi, upon moving back to London after a period of living in Bologna and Rome for five years
Classical guitar, analog synth electronics. Composer. Collaborations with Diana Torto, Achille Succi, Michele Rabbia, Salvatore Maiore, Louis Sclavis, Gavino Murgia, Gilson Silveira, Andrea Ayace Ayassot, Antony Braxton, Andy Sheppard, Mary Halvorson, Uri Caine, Furio Di Castri, Mauro Battisti, Luigi Tessarollo, Giorgio Li Calzi, Federico Marchesano, Mattia Barbieri, Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo, Alessandro Asso Stefana. Some venues: Torino Jazz Festival, Avigliana Jazz Festival, Ambria Jazz Festival, FOS Festival, Garda Jazz Festival, Locarno Film Festival, Novara Jazz Festival, Langnau Jazz Festival, Moncalieri Jazz Festival, Piossasco Jazz Festival, Parma Jazz Festival, Ivrea Jazz Festival, Alba Jazz Festival, Garda Jazz festival, Locarno Film Festival, Alta Felicità Music Festival, Narrazioni Jazz, Gamlestaden Jazz Festival, Copenhagen Winter Jazz Festival, Lovers Film Festival, Siren Jazz Festival, Edinburgh Jazz Festival, Craco Honolulu Jazz Festival, Ossola GuitarFestival, Chamoisic, Piemonte Jazz Festival, Soundframes Festival Museo Nazionale del cinema, Un paese a sei corde, Teatro Vascello di Roma, il Teatro Gustavo Modena di Genova, il Teatro Franco Parenti di Milano, il Teatro Vittoria di Torino, il Teatro Ater Balletto di Reggio Emilia, il Teatro Maggiore di Verbania, Torrione Jazz Club Ferrara, il Milestone Jazz Club Piacenza, Il Torino Jazz Club, Un Tubo Jazz Club Siena, il Biella Jazz Club, Nefertiti Jazz Club, Brötz. Music for dance and studio production.
Eccentric and versatile musician, curious and committed artist, always alerted to new things but also loving music history from jazz to rock, to classical music. Matteo Mosolo was born in 1985 and has begun to play and record in North Italy since 2001. Graduated in classical double bass at Conservatoio di Udine in 2011 he regularly collaborates with local orchestras and had the pleasure to play in Wien Musikverein with Japan Music Orchestra. He studied jazz double bass since 2008 improving his skills with Paolino Dalla Porta and attending masterclasses and workshops with Anto Pett, Francesco Bearzatti, Tristan Honsinger, Bebo Ferra and more
Jazz quartet composed by Matteo Zecchi on tenor saxophone, Marco Morandi on piano, Bernardo Sacconi on double bass and Giovanni Gargini on drums. Smogz proposes a repertoire made up of original pieces composed by the members of the group. In 2019 the group won the "Barga jazz Contest" for emerging bands and participated in the final of the "Marco Tamburini" Award. In September of the same year they perform at the Firenze Jazz Festival in the festival "Settembre In Piazza della Passera", at the France Odeon Film Festival and at the Cultural Circle "Behind the Scenes". The numerous concerts include those at the Jazz Club in Florence and participation in the "Jam Bang" review at the Tasso Hostel. In December 2019 they recorded their debut album "A Estrada"whose publication is expected in June 2020 for Workin’ Label and the I.R.D
“Cette voix qui ose flirter avec ses limites, tout en gardant sa sensualite’ “ – Jazzques.com Emilia Vancini is an Italian singer who lives in The Netherlands. Her repertoire ranges from jazz to the canzone d’autore italiana, a collection of songs written by Italian singer-songwriters from the ‘50s to the present day. With a great passion for the jazz tradition, a deep connection to her Italian roots and a solid background in piano and classical music studies, Emilia’s commitment to study and constant improvement has earned her the respect of jazz aficionados and critics alike. Inspired by her love of literature and poetry from a young age, Emilia’s singing is highly influenced by her analysis of the lyrics of a song, adding extra meaning to her performance
Currently based in Los Angeles (originally from Lecce, Italy), upright/electric bassist Luca Alemanno is considered by critics “among the finest young modern jazz musicians that currently Italy has to offer.” Touring, recording and performing at festivals and clubs in Europe, Asia and North and South America, Luca has appeared with international jazz artists such as Dee Dee Bridgewater, Miguel Zenón, Mark Turner, Walter Smith III, Greg Osby, Bob Mintzer, Joe Lovano, Logan Richardson, Esperanza Spalding, Gerald Clayton, Stanley Jordan, Kenwood Dennard, Maria Schneider, Jerry Bergonzi, Mark Giuliana, Dave Koz, Jason Lindner, Enrico Pieranunzi, Fabrizio Bosso, Flavio Boltro, Rosario Giuliani, Anne Ducros, Kim Plainfield, Magnus Lindgren, Nicola Conte, and many others. An alumnus of the world-renowned Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance (2018), Luca studied and performed with jazz legends including Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Chris Potter, Danilo Perez, Terri Lyne Carrington, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Jimmy Heath, Billy Hart, Billy Childs and many more
Born and raised in Lecco (Italy), Andrea Domenici is a jazz pianist and composer who has been living in New York since 2012. At the beginning of his career he won the first edition of the “Premio Gianni Basso” as best soloist and the first prize of the La Spezia Jazz Competition as the best piano player. A 2016 graduate from The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Domenici studied with great piano players such as Benny Green, Barry Harris, Kenny Barron, Dado Moroni, Rossano Sportiello and Mario Rusca. Since Domenici has moved to New York, he collaborated and shared the stage with: Harry Allen, Wynton Marsalis, Gary Bartz, Louis Hayes, Kenny Washington, James Morrison, Etienne Charles, Eddie Henderson, Billy Drummond, Peter Washington, Roy Hargrove, Carol Fredette, Billy Harper, Dave Glasser, Charles Tolliver, Jimmy Owens, Wayne Escoffery, Dave Kikoski, Dave Douglas, James Carter and many more
ANDREA PAGANI Born in Rome, pianist, composer, arranger. Live and studio session man for many italians and international artist, like Roberto Ciotti, Enrico Montesano, Acustimantico, Frank Catalano, Enzo Scoppa, Massimo Moriconi, Francesca De Fazi, Randy Roberts, Claudia Marss, U.S.Z., Blue Joshua Band, José Martillotta, Joe De Vecchis. He played in many Jazz and Blues Festival around the world, among which: "Pistoia Blues" (2000), "Jazz & Image" a Villa Celimontana, Rome (4 years, 2000/2003), "Umbria Jazz Winter"(2001/02), "Philips Dubai Jazz Festival"( UAE-2003), "Jazz Tage Lichtensteig" (Suisse-2003), "Isola Liri Blues"(2004), "Nokia Abu Dhabi Jazz Festival" (UAE 2006), "Roma incontra il mondo-Villa Ada (Rome 2006/2007), "Out of the Blue's Festival" (Samedan, Svizzera - 2007), "Stadio della Pallacorda" (Roma, 2008) “FestambienteSud” (2008), “Notti d’estate a Castel S.Angelo, “Auditorium Ara Pacis”( Rome 2012)