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Emiliano Vernizzi

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Saxophonist, composer, touring musician, modern music educator, best characterized as a versatile and reliable sideman; Emiliano “Emi” Vernizzi is one of the most seasoned saxophonists on the Italian music scene, whose resume reads as a “who’s who” of jazz and pop legends. He also leads and co-leads several original projects marked by a blend of influences that range from jazz, rock to funk, hip-hop, American roots, electronic and pop. During his career, Emi is credited on more than 50 recordings and toured the US, Asia and Europe dozens of times, performing at hundreds of prestigious venues, including Blue Note (Milan, IT), Sunset Sunside (Paris, FR), Unterfahrt (Munich, DE), A-Trane (Berlin, DE), The Blue Lamp (Aberdeen, UK), ShapeShifter (NYC), Chris’ Jazz Club (Philadelphia, USA), The Maison (New Orleans, USA), Jazz Dock (Prague, CZ) and Opus Jazz (Budapest, HU)

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Gabriel Bismut

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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

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Julian Nicholas

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Julian learned clarinet with Nicholas Bucknall at John Roan School, Greenwich from 1976 to 1983, when he went to York University and continued with Alan Hacker. He studied saxophone with Tony Coe, Don Rendell, Bobby Wellins. Julian didn't fit into the critics and promoters templates, necessarily, stylistically gravitating towards African rhythms with Western harmonies in his compositions, as well as the influence of folk music through artists such as John Surman, but he managed to pop up as a mainstream-to-modern freelancer with some of the legendary names of jazz from a very young age, as well as with reggae bands and on garage recordings. Perhaps over-shadowed by such a burgeoning wave of saxophone talent in the 1980s, his relative obscurity can also be attributed to him moving to Brighton and in 1988 taking on single-parenting his daughter from her first year. Julian also ran a jazz club, The Junction in Brighton in 1990 - booking 150 gigs in its first year, and bringing the new wave of talent to Brighton, as well as South African, Brazilian and European bands who otherwise had no promotion on the South Coast. Julian is a member of the great 'Loose Tubes' as well as Eddie Parker's own group 'Mr Vertigo', Mark Edwards 'The Cloggz', 'The Brotherhood Of Breath', 'Trees', and many more. Julian has worked with Carleen Anderson Red Rodney Harry 'Sweets' Edison Jimmy Witherspoon Bobby Wellins Oleta Adams Will Gaines Joe Lee Wilson Mark Lockhart’s ‘Big Idea’ Martha Reeves Loose Tubes Chris McGregor's 'Brotherhood of Breath' Dudu Pukwana London Jazz Composers' Orchestra Ernest Mothle Stan Tracey Claire Martin Eddie Henderson Kirk Lightsey Arnie Lawrence Balugi Shrivastav Bosco D’Olivera Selena Jones Edwin Starr Osibisa Toyah Wilcox Liane Carroll Spike Wells Hazel O’Connor A Man Called Adam Belle And Sebastian 'Dedication Orchestra' Eddie Parker Pete Jacobsen Peter Saberton Don Weller Laurie Cottle and Emily Saunders, among many others. In 2009 Julian achieved his PGCE with a category 1, took a full-time teaching position in a secondary school and four years later took up the leadership of the famous Chichester Jazz course of 35 years. Albums include Mountain People, Heavy plant Crossing (Arts Council supported 1997) Food Of Love, Square Groove, One January Morning (Anöna Trio), David Beebee Quartet, One Two Three Four, Sawdust & Spangles (The Cloggz), Dancing On Frith Street (Loose Tubes) among many others

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Marco Moura

azz guitarist and composer, based in London, originally from Porto, Portugal. With punk and psychdelic rock backgrounds, I've started to study jazz in 2012 in Porto. In 2018, enrolled the Jazz BA in Middlesex University in London. During these last years I've been playing with many people from the scene in Porto, working on function gigs and also with original music. In 2018 I also started to work in my original with my quartet, that has a line-up from Porto and another from London, recording an EP in London in the beginning of 2019, realising an album soon this year. In London aside from my studies he play, record and give lessons regularly

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Victor Dey Jr.

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Victor Dey Jr - named after his father - is a Ghanaian Jazz pianist, composer, producer, arranger and … teacher. Together with his partner in crime, saxophone player {{m: Bernard Ayisa = 117027}}, he is the driving force behind the growing Jazz scene in Ghana’s capital Accra with new talents emerging under their inspirational guidance. Dey started nurturing his talent from a very early age onwards, as his father insisted he learned music keeping him away from distractions as TV and Games. Music has always ruled his life, for as long as he can remember. Dey has become somewhat of a celebrity in Ghana and even outside

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Attila László

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Having graduated as an architect from the Technical University Budapest (BME), and as guitarist from the Jazz Faculty of the Béla Bartók Conservatory, he started to play in leading Hungarian jazz bands. He founded his own band, the group „Kaszakő” in 1975, which had a really original sound. Their first record was published under the title Édenkert (Garden of Eden) in 1983. He formed the group „Things” with sax player Tony Lakatos in 1985, which functioned for a period of seven years. During his career he played with such world famous jazz musicians as Randy Brecker, Anthony Jackson, James Moody, Tommy Campbell, David Friedman, Gary Willis, Hiram Bullock, Billy Cobham, Miroslav Vitous, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, IlaiyaRaaja, Jimmy Haslip, Russell Ferrante and Patti Austin. He has been teaching at the Jazz Department (formerly faculty) since 1987, and is currently the Associate Professor of the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, as well as the leader of its big band

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