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'Promenade' - New Album - Aleph Trio - Available On Every Digital Store

'Promenade' - New Album - Aleph Trio - Available On Every Digital Store

Promenade the first album of the Neapolitan trio Aleph Trio is out now. The video is entirely made by the visual artist Ludovica Bastianini, recognized in Italy and abroad for her photographic research. Photography is in fact the privileged means of narration of this animated short. Alternating hand-painted and digital photographs, photographs taken ad hoc and ...

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AP Project

The Arcangelo Pezzella Project is not just the name I use to register my recordings; it's my idea of jazz. It has no boundaries; it cannot be strictly confined in a style, a groove, a sound, and not labeled in any way. On the contrary, it blends a world of sounds to create new ones. That is my aim: trying to create new things from old ones, exploring idioms, rules, harmonic choices, grooves and more, and finding new ways to express what I am, feel and think. To do so, the need for incredibly talented and like-minded musicians is of the utmost importance and, luckily, I found them: Guido Foi (piano and keys), Alessandro Petricciuolo (bass), Francesco Pellegrino (drums) and featured artist Angela Addezio (vocals). "Out Of The Blue", shows the results of it: no track is the same, and yet they are linked in unexpected ways, leading the listener from a world to the next one in a smooth and smart way. In conclusion, I want to thank you for reading this and I really wish you will enjoy your musical journey with us

Zona Sud

At the end of 2010, Mario Schettini (piano and keyboards) and Guglielmo Saracca (bass) met to give life to a new musical project. There were many ideas but the project did not yet have its own identity. Only a year later, in 2011, with the entry of guitarist Enzo Passaro, it’s more clear the idea of experiment and merge melodies and colors linked to the sounds of Neapolitan music with the expressive and improvisational freedom that distinguishes jazz. In 2012 with the entryl of Massimo Pacella on drums, the project takes concrete form and born "Zona Sud", a band strongly linked with its homeland. In the summer of 2013, after a long and tiring work, I Love My Funky is presented as the first single for the band's official debut at the national contest Musica E


Stefano Falcone

Stefano Falcone is an Italian jazz pianist and composer.

Cassandra Rapone

Born into an Italian-German family in Sorrento, in 1986, she was catapulted into an international environment from day one, encountering a variety of artistic expressions. At the age of four, having moved with her family to Jerusalem, she began her first studies at the Lycée Français, where she discovered her primary vocation and talent: music. She came into contact with the rich quality of this land’s music, soaking up the melodic and rhythmic subtleties all around her thanks to the cultural exuberance of this highly inspirational and thought-provoking setting. She returned to Italy at the age of 14 and began studying opera singing and the piano with maestro Marianna Maresca


Marco de Tilla

Marco de Tilla, neapolitan double-bass player, was born 1977, october the 8th. He had his first approach with music when he was only seven years old, playing piano; then he got fun with electric bass before doing of music his life-style not less than a profession. At the age of 18 years old he started playing double-bass and he takes lessons from Rino Zurzolo as his first teacher with him he affords double-bass classical and tecnicals studies for three years. Once he becomes reasonably skilled and confident with the instrument he skips to other great jazz teachers, whose names are Aldo Vigorito, Furio Di Castri, Piero Leveratto e Gianluigi Goglia


Enzo Nini

MUSICAL TRAINING Enzo, flute graduated under the guide of Jean Claude and Laurent Masi, followed the firsts jazz seminaries of Siena Jazz studying sax with Claudio Fasoli(1978) and playing in the big bands directed from Enrico Rava and Giancarlo Gazzani.Subsequently it has been perfected in the USA with Andy McGhee, Joseph Viola, Joe Allard and John La Porta and attending the "Berklee College of Music" of Boston(1984-86). OTHERS ACTIVITY OF JAZZ NATURE 1989-1990 and 1993 Has been member of Board of directors of A.M.J. ( National Association Jazz Musicians). 1996 With the A.N.D.J. (Neapolitan Association Jazz Spread) (1990-97) has cured the publication of the volume "Parole e Musica - Idee Jazz dal Sud italiano" (Words and Music - Jazz ideas from the italian south) 1998 He starti to be interested of the relationship between music and the literature and founds the Group of Search "Shadow Line" with Patrizia del Vasco the association becomes subsequently, with Eleonora Puntello and Michele Ferrara, A.L.A.D.IN." association. from 1999 Is 1? Sax Tenor of the "S


AP Project with Arcangelo Pezzella Release 'Out Of The Blue.' Available at Bandcamp.

AP Project with Arcangelo Pezzella Release 'Out Of The Blue.' Available at Bandcamp.

Out Of The Blue from AP Project is not an usual jazz record nor it tries to imitate the legendary records that we all know and love. It is an experiment; a strong effort to find common ground between disparate styles and yet an ode to jazz tradition with a modern vibe. The AP Project has ...


Arcangelo Pezzella

Arcangelo Pezzella is the founder, guitarist, arranger, composer and leader of the AP Project, a modern jazz band from Italy. He's currently a student of the Conservatory of Naples (IT) - Jazz Guitar Degree programme - while caring all aspects of his musical projects. The AP Project's debut release is "Out Of The Blue", a sonic journey that explores a world of sounds in jazz.


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