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Pau Viguer, a pianist and jazz composer born in Valencia, began studying piano at the age of 7. He obtained the superior degree of piano in the Superior Conservatory of Valencia. He studied classical music getting top marks and jazz with pianists Ricardo Belda, Donato Marot and John Serry. He has also taken courses with Xavi Folch, Ximo Tébar, Robert Rodríguez, Jorge Pardo, etc. He has belonged to numerous modern music groups, such as Fernando Poo, Mala Fama, Controversia or Brooklyn, winning various awards in the Valencian Community. He toured Spain with the group "Revolver". He currently performs concerts with the group So Cuban, Elena Martín Trío and leads the group Pau Viguer Trío, a formation that includes songs composed by himself, and has released four recordings. He composes music for various record labels and other artists. He is also an accompanist pianist for various singers and instrumentalists of pop, jazz, funk, soul, etc. He currently works as a specialist teacher of music in Primary Education while teaching classical and modern piano and continues to compose and perform live concerts.
Larry Fuller is an internationally acclaimed jazz pianist, band leader, and clinician who is known by critics and fans to "swing like a beast!". Early in his career, Fuller's undeniable talent earned him the position of musical director and pianist for GRAMMY- nominated vocalist Ernestine Anderson, pianist for renowned drummer Jeff Hamilton's Trio, and final pianist in legendary bassist Ray Brown's Trio. Fuller also toured with guitar-vocal giant John Pizzarelli. Since 2013 - harnessing his extraordinary experience - Fuller has led the Larry Fuller Trio. He presents a musical program rarely experienced live today, consistently praised for his emotive, swinging style, monster technique, and program versatility
Maurizio Minardi is a composer, pianist and accordionist, lived in London from 2008 to 2016 and currently based in Paris Maurizio completed his studies in piano, organ and composition at the Conservatorio ‘Martini’ Bologna, Italy. He perfected his jazz studies through workshops with Barry Harris, Enrico Rava, Paolo Fresu, Danilo Rea and Simone Zanchini. Maurizio founded, composed, produced and arranged the music for the electronic pop group ‘Oz’ and the jazz-tango group Quartetto Magritte, recording four and three albums respectively. In 2011, he also produced and released the orchestral-electronic album Works to critical acclaim
Chris DeVito is a jazz pianist, leader and educator born and based in the greater New York City metropolitan area. Chris earliest jazz influences were his grandfathers, one a jazz bassist and the other a stride pianist. Chris began playing piano since he was three years old. Besides his regular trio with Dave Kingsnorth and Greg Sundel, Chris has also performed with the Frank Grasso Quintet, Spirit of Life Ensemble, Curtis Lundy, Michael Logon, Chris Berger, Tom Pietrycha, Greg Grispart among many others. He also conducted a series of solo piano concerts and lectures for the 125th birthday of stride pianist James P
Guido Santoni started piano lessons when he was eight years old, and studied music at the G. Rossini Conservatoire in Pesaro, in Italy, during the ‘80s. After some years of electric Jazz, Soul and Funk, at the beginning of 2000 he decided to concentrate himself on his personal vision of music and find his true identity as a pianist, in solo and trio sessions. His live concert at the Muse Theatre, Ancona, Italy on October 16th, 2005 led to his first album self-produced "Cinque Atti Del Tramonto Di Un Giorno". In 2007, Guido met Stefano Amerio, a highly skilled sound engineer and producer who leads Artesuono, one of the reference studios of the German label company ECM
Over the past 40 years, Keith Jarrett has come to be recognized as one of the most creative musicians of our times - universally acclaimed as an improviser of unsurpassed genius; a master of jazz piano; a classical keyboardist of great depth; and as a composer who has written hundreds of pieces for his various jazz groups, plus extended works for orchestra, soloist, and chamber ensemble. Born May 8, 1945 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Keith Jarrett began playing the piano at age 3 and undertook classical music studies throughout his youth; performing as a child in programs at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia and at Madison Square Garden
Jacopo Ferrazza was born in 1989 in Frascati, a city near Rome. Jacopo is an acoustic and electric bass player and pianist as well. He's graduated in classical bass and classical piano from the italian conservatory of Frosinone "Licinio Refice”. He also studied bass with John Patitucci, Ares Tavolazzi, Marco Panascia, Aldo Perris, Luca Cola and with his father Angelo. In the meantime he studied also classical piano with Annalaura Cavuoto, Pablo Tellez and Carlo Negroni. Jacopo started to play jazz in Rome in 2003 and during these years he has performed as sideman with some of most acclaimed musicians such as: David Liebman, George Garzone, Nicola Piovani, Maurizio Giammarco, Fabrizio Bosso, Enrico Rava, Enrico Pieranunzi, Greg Hutchinson, Paolo Fresu, Logan Richardson, Roberto Gatto, Antonello Salis, Ada Montellanico, Paolo Silvestri, Lorenzo Tucci, Flavio Boltro, Jorge Vistel, Amana Melomè, Fabio Zeppetella, Roberta Gambarini, Salvatore Bonafede, Adam Pieronczyk Marcello Rosa, Andrea Pozza, Pino e Pietro Iodice, Max Ionata, Barbara Casini, Harold Bradley, Claudio e Mario Corvini, Massimo Nunzi and many others. He also played with pop musicians such as Karima, Erminio Sinni, Simona Bencini, Mario Rosini, Vittorio Nocenzi, Eric Daniel, Giuseppe Cionfoli and with actors such as Sergio Rubini, Nino Castelnuovo, Leo Gullotta, Licia Maglietta, Riccardo Rossi. In 2006 he was selected as one of the best young musician in Lazio and he won a scholarship for the project called "Musicorienta". In 2007 he was selected as one of the best european young bass player during the "Eurobassday contest". In 2011 he won the Jimmy Woode Award as the best bass player of Tuscia in Jazz festival. In 2018 he was selected as one of the 3 best italian talent by Musica Jazz "Top Jazz in 2018 he won the SIAE prize as one of the best italian jazz talent. Jacopo has performed in some of most important italian festival and in clubs and festival of New York, Germany, Washington, North Carolina, Illinois, China, Finland, Marocco, South Corea, Turkey, Japan, Czech Republic, Poland, Switzerland, Spain, Belarus… Jacopo has recorded two album as a leader for CAM jazz label. He has also collected various experiences as composer and teacher.
About Trio Lisipi Sometimes jazz happens to you as something least expected. Exactly as it happened to Liliya Akhmetzyanova, the pianist from the jazz trio Lisipi. She started playing piano at age of six and, as many decent Russian pianists, graduated from a conservatory 20 years later. Then years of happy sight reading and ...
By Jakob Bækgaard Italian pianist and composer Luca Dell’Anna was born on October 10, 1975 in Ferrara, a historical city with strong ties to jazz. He grew up listening to his father’s extensive record collection. Especially Ray Charles and Nat King Cole impressed him: “While I was listening to them singing, their licks and piano styles entered my memory forever.” His father also had a classical collection and Dell’Anna quickly fell in love with the music of J.S. Bach. As he approached the piano for the very first time, he quickly began improvising melodies in the style of Bach
An avid performer and educator, Baltimore pianist Joshua Espinoza balances his time sharing music
stage and off. As a performer, Espinoza has played with renowned artists including Warren Wolf, Paul
Bollenback, Miho Hazama, Alex Norris, John D’earth, Mike Pope, Kris
Brian Settles, Todd Marcus, Chuck Redd, Ryan McGillicudy, Eugene Goss, and Gail Wynters, and on
stages including the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, The Kennedy Center, the Barns at Wolftrap, the
American Art Museum, and Keystone Korner Baltimore. With a style that is tastefully modern yet
rooted in the jazz tradition, Espinoza blends and bends genres into original compositions and
that are immediately relatable, yet hard to define.
Currently a member of the music faculty at the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, Espinoza was named "Most Promising Semi-Finalist" in the UNISA International Jazz Piano Competition in Pretoria, South Africa (2016)