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Leonardo Grimaudo

Leonardo Grimaudo (born 1974 in Erice, Italy) started to play piano at the age of 8. After two years he decided to change instrument and study guitar. At the age of 18 he attended the Conservatory of Music "A.Scontrino",studying with M° Maurizio Norrito and getting his degree in classical guitar in 2002. During this period he moved to Palermo where he got in contact with classical and jazz musicians playing with Sanspapier(tango music),Macchina di suoni(C.Mingus music)conducted by Marvi La Spina,and the European Jazz Big Band conducted by Gunther Schuller and Dusko Goykovich. In 2002 he decided to move to Holland (Groningen) to attend the Prins Claus Conservatory(Jazz Departiment).He became a Bachelor of Art (jazz guitar) in 2006

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Leonardo Grimaudo: Deserto di mare

Read "Deserto di mare" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Leonardo Grimaudo, siciliano da qualche anno trapiantato in Olanda, studi presso il Conservatorio “A. Scontrino“ e diploma in chitarra classica, sembra più interessato alla composizione che non agli aspetti tradizionalmente legati alla musica improvvisata. Almeno a giudicare da questo Deserto di mare, album licenziato con Sibuli, gruppo allestito e attivo in quel di Groningen. “U Giru ...


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