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Roberto Spadoni

I feel lucky. I fell in love with music and she took me by hand and guides me on the paths of life, the difficult one and the easy ones. Lights and shadows, joys and sorrows: there is no day that music does not resonate within me. Thanks to her I have been able to work with many musicians and many orchestras in precious collaborations and to play in many festivals, I have been able to carry out ambitious projects and I could perform teaching in conservatories and private institutions seeing many young people grow day by day. Thanks to her, I recorded CDs, wrote books and translated others in Italian. Quoting Duke Ellington, I can say that "Music is my Mistress". Between 2007 and 2012 I graduated in I and II level in Jazz at the Conservatorio di Musica di Benevento, where I am now a professor in Jazz Composition. My training initially was mainly self-taught, working on the records and the few scores that could be found in the years of my youth


Paul Colombo

Paul Colombo is a musician based outside of Philadelphia, PA, USA. Paul is a versatile guitarist, composer and vocalist who has performed and recorded with Grammy winners such as Neil Sedaka, Peter Nero, and The Delfonics and American Idol winner Taylor Hicks. He has been touted for his "virtuoso guitar playing" and "well-traveled artistry". (Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, May 2011).

Paul has also performed with The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, among others, the Philly Pops, played numerous national tours of Broadway shows at Hershey Theatre where he has been the first call guitarist there for twenty years, and was nominated for an excellence in teaching award at a local college

Enrico Degani

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. ​


Daniel A. Young

Central Indiana entertainer Daniel A. Young is a singer and musical performer specializing in “American Songbook” standards, jazz tunes and romantic ballads. On January 15, 2007, Dreamwalker Media released “A Place to Dream” / Daniel A. Young Sings Jazz Standards. The recording features pianist/arranger Ken Fary, and several of the Indianapolis area’s finest jazz musicians, including Jack Helsley on bass, Sam Withrow on drums, tenor sax solos by Michael Stricklin (three tracks), and trumpet or flugel horn by Jeff Conrad (three tracks). Over three decades, Daniel (D.A.) Young was a part-time studio session singer and small-club performer around Central Indiana, appearing often as a solo act, or with his own group, D.A


Romeo Velluto

Romeo Velluto is a session guitarist and composer with experience in theatre performances and function bands. His education makes him able to manage rock, blues, funky, bossa, latin other than jazz. He graduated at the Music Conservatoire of Milan, Jazz department. He released 2 albums of original music, mainly jazz mixed with mediterranean sounds coming from klezmer, greek music, other than latin (bossa and tango). He worked as session guitarist for for many independent artists in London and Italy such as Marie Naffah and Ama Wilde, Glenn Miller (Buena Vista Social Club) Cosimo Keita Cadore (Shakira, Zucchero, Lionel Richie) Vittorio Bianco (Albano, Tullio De Piscopo, Gino Paoli, Rita Pavone), Thunderstrick (Iron Maiden former). Thanks to his versatility, he played in such prestigious venues in London as Bull’s Head, Blue Note of Milan, plus a number of festivals, Tuscia Jazz and Umbria Jazz among these.


Daniel Casares

Daniel Casares is a jazz guitarist from A Coruña, Spain. He graduated from the Berklee College of Music in 2018. Since 2016, Daniel has performed as a leader and sideman on countless occasions in The United States, Spain and the UK. In addition to teaching and performing, he is currently pursuing a master's degree at SOAS University of London.

Pat Kelley

Recognized for his signature touch, harmonic dexterity, bluesy melodies and sense of rhythm, guitarist Pat Kelley has enjoyed a steady and successful career in Los Angeles as a studio and touring musician, recording artist, composer, producer, arranger, vocalist, recording engineer, and educator. An integral part of the Thornton School of Music Guitar Faculty at the University of Southern California for twenty-four years, two of Pat's books, Arpeggios for the Evolving Guitarist and Melodic Minor Guitar are part of the USC Thornton School of Music instructional series (Mel Bay Publications)


Josh Sheiman

Josh Sheiman’s musical journey began while living overseas in the Netherlands. He received a guitar at age 12 and was immediately drawn to the instrument. Inspired by guitar legends such as Jimmy Page and Jimmy Hendrix, Josh looked to gain a combination of virtuosity and creativity. Upon moving back to Houston, Josh began studying with John Edward Ross. His interest in improvisation led him to a love and appreciation for jazz. While in high school, he won “Excellence in the Study of Music” award at Episcopal High School as well as the “Duke Ellington” award at the Summer Jazz Workshop. After being accepted to many of the top music schools in the nation, Josh chose to pursue an undergraduate degree in jazz guitar at the University of Miami


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