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Roberto Ottaviano


Roberto Ottaviano is an Italian saxophonist. He started extremely young as a self-taught percussion and flute player, but at the age of five he began to take clarinet classes at the Conservatory of Bari, Italy. Influenced by {{m: Lester Young = 11573}} and {{m: John Coltrane = 5851}}, he later chose the saxophone. After studying classical saxophone in Perugia with Federico Mondelci, between the end of the 1970s and the early 1980s he attended several workshops taught by {{m: Evan Parker = 10117}} and {{m: Jimmy Giuffre = 7059}}, undertook harmony and classical composition studies with Walter Boncompagni and attended courses held by Giacomo Manzoni and Luigi Nono


Eternal Love People

Label: Dodicilune
Released: 2024
Track listing: At The Wheel Well; Mong's Speakin'; Hariprasad; Callas; Niki; Gare Guillemans; Ohnedaruth; Caminho Das Águas.


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Ches Smith, Damasiewicz / Wania, Fujii / Ono & Roberto Ottaviano

Read "Ches Smith, Damasiewicz / Wania, Fujii / Ono & Roberto Ottaviano" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Plenty of genre-stretching music in this episode, from drummer Ches Smith's new Laugh Ash, vocalist Amirtha Kidambi & Elder Ones and their drive to make their music reflect the need for protest, and the Ewart/Asplin/Ricks Trio, featuring master AACM reedist Douglas Ewart, recorded live at BYU. Polish trumpeter Piotr Damasiewicz hooks up with fellow Pole, the ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Matt Munisteri, The EarRegulars, Roberto Ottaviano, Phillip Johnston & More

Read "Matt Munisteri, The EarRegulars, Roberto Ottaviano, Phillip Johnston & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Straight to you from Bushwick, NY--from where Mondo Jazz broadcasts--here is music rooted in jny: Amsterdam and New Amsterdam, jny: Sydney and jny: Munich and other places in between.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Shuteen Erdenebaatar “Rising Sun" Rising Sun (Motema) 0:16 Host talks ...

Article: Album Review

Roberto Ottaviano: Eternal Love People

Read "Eternal Love People" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Fin dagli anni Ottanta, Roberto Ottaviano ha coltivato relazioni strette e feconde con la scena internazionale, particolarmente quella creativa europea. La stessa che proprio nel periodo precedente aveva sviluppato spinte notevoli, al punto da essere considerata trainante e prevalente pure dagli osservatori d'oltreoceano. Il musicista ha mantenuto e ravvivato questo rapporto, in particolare attraverso la collaborazione ...


Article: Album Review

Antonello Losacco: Worlds Beyond

Read "Worlds Beyond" reviewed by Neil Duggan

Jazz albums featuring the seven-string electric bass are fairly unusual. Antonello Losacco makes a strong case that this situation should change, by making full use of the wide harmonic and melodic possibilities of the instrument on his album, Worlds Beyond . He was a co-designer of the bass he uses, having undertaken technical research into the ...


A che punto è la notte

Label: Dodicilune
Released: 2023


Worlds Beyond

Label: GleAM Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Here and Now; Guarda Lontano; Devo Andare; Clouds and Trees; I Tuoi Occhi; La Doppia Ora; Havona; L’Attesa; Autumn Tales.


Song of the Day

Clouds and Trees

Label: GleAM Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 07:26

Article: Interview

Zeno De Rossi: Tradire la Tradizione

Read "Zeno De Rossi: Tradire la Tradizione" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Da anni personalità artistica centrale del jazz e della musica improvvisata del nostro Paese, Zeno De Rossi è solito alternare alla realizzazione di progetti a proprio nome sia produzioni collettive, sia collaborazioni con artisti di caratura assoluta--basti pensare alle lunghe esperienze con Franco D'Andrea, Francesco Bearzatti o Roberto Ottaviano. Nell'ultimo anno e mezzo, quando la progressiva ...


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