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Three musicians with different backgrounds met in a home studio and realized it was the moment that they had been waiting for all their lives: Liliya Akhmetzyanova on piano; Silvio Canargiu on bass; Pierpaolo Frailis on drums. Liliya is a classically trained pianist. She graduated from Russian conservatory. Always hated jazz and thought that all jazz players are pretentious nerds. Ironically, she met Silvio Canargiu, who is a jazz musician, fell in love with him and, automatically, with jazz. Silvio Canargiu started his professional career in 1992 with sardinian pop bands as guitarist and later singer/guitarist. Went to Sanremo for a pop festival with Nicola Marogna then he played for a long time with Stefano Puddu in France recording a couple of albums such as Zamballarana with Jerome Casalonga's 15 elements ensemble. Mr


Matteo D'Agostino

Studia jazz con il maestro Lello Panico e collabora con varie formazioni di Blues e Jazz. Studia flamenco con il maestro Manuel Santiago e comincia la sua attività musicale in ambito teatrale, come compositore e interprete delle musiche per gli spettacoli di Ascanio Celestini, con il quale si esibisce nei teatri: Argentina, il Valle, l'Eliseo, l'Auditorium di Roma e il Piccolo Teatro di Milano, il Nuovo di Torino, il Mercadante di Napoli e in trasmissioni televisive su Stream tv, Rai 1, Rai 2, Rai 3, Canale 5. Collabora al progetto discografico "Piccole Risonanze" incidendo per il Cd "Le mele" e “Gli Alberi”

Stefano Travaglini

Described as “a wondrously eclectic talent” in Jazz Journal, Stefano Travaglini is a pianist and composer mostly interested in the fascinating world of improvisation. He has released two albums: The Hungarian Songbook (2013) in which he freely improvises over ancient magyar melodies, and Ellipse, solo piano (2017), recorded in Oslo at Rainbow Studio, the result of an hour-long free recording session, considered “a masterwork of improvised music” and “one of the best improvised works of 2017” (All About Jazz). Travaglini was mentioned as “newcomer musician” in the 10th annual International Critics poll by Jazz Journalist Association

Möbius Strip

Möbius Strip is the name of a young Italian progressive jazz-rock band from Sora and its surroundings, made of Lorenzo Cellupica (keyboards), Nico Fabrizi (saxophone & flute), Eros Capoccitti (bass) and Davide Rufo (drums). They got their inspiration in the object of the same name: since a Möbius strip geometrically connects the two sides of the same surface by starting a path on one of them, this also became the purpose of the musicians, to combine different styles and influences. The result is to be heard on MÖBIUS STRIP's self-titled album, published in the year 2017 on the Musea Parallèle label


Yakir Arbib

Yakir Arbib was born in Jerusalem on March 6th 1989, and started playing the piano when he was 4 years old. At 7 years old he enrolled at Tel Aviv’s “Stricker Conservatory Of Music” where he studied between the years 1996 and 2007 taking baroque recorder, trumpet and ensemble playing in addition to classical piano repertoire. During those early years Yakir performed in many concerts/recitals in the conservatory and has received a number of scholarships. At the age of 14 his career took on a completely different turn when he attracted the attention of the only jazz teacher at the conservatory at the time who started then giving Yakir jazz lessons, and in 2004 he was admitted to the prestigious “Thelma-Yellin Highschool of the Arts” in Tel Aviv where he continued his studys in jazz with some of israel’s most influential artists such as Amos Hoffman, Eli Degibri, and the Cohen brothers


Simone Salza's music ranges from classical to jazz, from sound tracks to pop. He has interpreted as a soloist some of the most moving melodies the Italian cinema has produced recently: notably the theme composed by Nicola Piovani for the 1997 film Life is Beautiful (La vita è bella) by Roberto Benigni, which won an Oscar for the “Best Original Dramatic Score”. He has collaborated with musicians and composers of the calibre of Ennio Morricone, Franco Piersanti, Pino Daniele, Carmen Consoli and Fiorella Mannoia.


Massimo Urbani

Massimo Urbani was an Italian jazz alto saxophonist. He played principally in the bebop style. Urbani was born in Primavalle, Rome on 8 May 1957, the oldest of five brothers. His first instrument, from 1968, was the clarinet, but he soon switched to the alto saxophone. Urbani died of a heroin overdose on 23 June 1993. The Penguin Guide to Jazz commented that "Urbani's senseless death robbed Europe of a player whose records are a flawed testament to a bopper of enormous guts and facility


Elisabetta Antonini

Elisabetta Antonini is the first Italian female singer to sign with the prestigious independent label Candid Records, of renowned music producer Alan Bates. She is the Winner of the Top Jazz Magazine Award, voted by critics as The Best New Talent 2014. Sophisticated singer, as well as a talented composer and arranger, she is active in the jazz sphere participating in shows and festivals all over Europe and presenting a vast repertoire that goes from the American Songbook to original works and contemporary jazz, collaborating with many international musicians (K. Wheeler, P. McCandless, V. Tsabropoulos, A


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