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Michele Franzini

Jazz pianist, composer, arranger, while studying classical music (piano, with Izabela Zielonka, harmony and counterpoint), he performed in national piano competitions with brilliant results. Later, he began developing his personal sound, studying jazz and performing as a soloist, composer and arranger in many groups in Italy, recording or playing, among others, with Fabrizio Bosso, Emanuele Cisi, Andrea Dulbecco, Tiziana Ghiglioni, Piero Leveratto, Tito Mangialajo Rantzer, Massimo Manzi, Mauro Negri, Massimo Pintori, Ralph Alessi, Steve Hobbs, Brian Lynch, Lee Konitz, Francisco Mela. In jazz clubs, festivals and concert halls, he had the opportunity to express himself within several different kind of situations, from big band to duo, from traditional jazz to free forms, becoming a well-appreciated teacher, too.


Diego Rivera, Paolo Pavan and More

Read "Diego Rivera, Paolo Pavan and More" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This week we feature new releases from Diego Rivera and Paolo Pavan, a host of other recent albums, and forthcoming releases, as well as some classic Carla Bley to close proceedings. Playlist Diego Rivera “Connections" from Connections(Posi-tone) 00:00 Paolo Pavan “Black Hand" from BlacHand (Paolo Pavan) 05:12 Michele Franzini, Greg Osby “Beauty Has ...


Label: Music Center
Released: 2010


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