JAZZMI

JAZZMI returns from 21 October to 31 October 2021 to tell the musical universe of jazz in all its forms: its history, its relevance, its future, the genres with which it dialogues and with which it contaminates.

© Nanni Angeli

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Paolo Angeli — 22.22 Free Radiohead

Inventor of the so called Prepared Sardinian guitar, born from the encounter-clash between extra-cultured avant-garde and popular tradition: an 18-string orchestra instrument, an hybrid between baritone guitar, cello and drums, equipped with hammers, pedals, propellers with variable pitch.

© Nanni Angeli

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Dj Gruff and Gavino Murgia

Sandro Orrù, aka DJ Gruff, undisputed protagonist of the Italian hip hop scene since its origins, meets Gavino Murgia for the project “On the Waves of Marconi” by Gavino Murgia.

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Paolo Botti — Lomax Lives

Alan Lomax is a central figure in the music of the ‘900: tireless researcher of popular music and record producer, without which the world wouldn’t have known figures like Woody Guthri or Muddy Waters.

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Roberto Gatto — Progressivamente

Roberto Gatto, sitting behind his drums, has been able to travel around the world of sounds, he is an explorer, a musician who tranformed his instrument into a machine able to move through time and space.

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Theon Cross

His new album, Intra-I syntheses the diversity of his musical art and experience to deliver an essential message to a world gripped by tribulation. Across ten sonically divergent and bass-rich tracks, Intra-I explores themes of self-reliance, origins, identity and more.

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Orchestra Nazionale Jazz Giovani Talenti

ONJGT – Orchestra Nazionale Jazz Giovani Talenti (Young Talents National Jazz Orchestra) represents a formidable cross-section of 10 young musicians who engage in an original repertoire.

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Antonello Salis, Gavino Murgia, Paolo Angeli, Hamid Drake, “Giornale di Bordo”

Giornale di Bordo brings together four strong musical personalities far from any cliché: the Sardinian Antonello Salis at the piano and the accordion, Gavino Murgia on sax and Paolo Angeli with his guitar “prepared”, plus the African-American drummer Hamid Drake.

© Wes Orshoski

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Broken Shadows

Inspired by one of Ornette Coleman’s most evocative compositions, Broken Shadows, from New York, present themselves in a brilliant quartet under the guidance of saxophonists Tim Berne and Chris Speed.

© Wes Orshoski

© Roberto Cifarelli

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Fabrizio Bosso Quartet

For JAZZMI 2021, the Turin trumpet player pays homage to a special and intimate project.

© Roberto Cifarelli

© Carles Roig

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Roberto Fonseca Trio

Multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, performer, but above all, pianist of Latin jazz of the greatest importance of his generation, Roberto Fonseca has already released nine solo albums in which he tried to merge the genres, He was nominated for a Grammy Award and his numerous tours allowed him to travel the world several times.

© Carles Roig

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Yaron Herman Trio

Yaron Herman is a world-class pianist and composer and is widely regarded as one of the leading musicians of his generation.

© Sam Harfouche

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Marcin Wasilewski Trio Feat. Joe Lovano

It’s the first time that the Wasilewski – Joe Lovano couple share the studio and the stage, but together they bring to light a special music of  deep feeling, in which lyricism and strength seem ideally balanced. 

© Sam Harfouche

© JP Retel

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Vincent Peirani & Emile Parisien

Peirani and Parisien met together in the quartet of drummer Daniel Humair: from here the agreement between the two young musicians was cemented until the launch of their duo stable. 

© JP Retel

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Joel Ross

“I never had a doubt that I was going to do music“, says Joel Ross, the most exciting vibraphonist in America and beyond. 

© Josefina Melo

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Jonathan Coe & Artchipel Orchestra

An original project in which the music of Jonathan Coe, one of the most famous and appreciated contemporary English novelists, as well as musician and composer, will be performed by the one of the most popular jazz band in Italy: the Artchipel Orchestra, directed by Ferdinando Faraò.

© Josefina Melo

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Stefano Di Battista — Morricone Stories

The music of Morricone means exaltation of melodic tracks often strongly emotional, in a plot of intelligent harmonies, and that’s exactly what jazz does, and even more what a guy like Stefano Di Battista can do, who plays with the themes of the Master as if they were magic matter.

© Dan Medhurst

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Moses Boyd

Moses Boyd is just thirty years old (born in 1991), but has the stylistic maturity of the great contemporary jazz. 

© Dan Medhurst

© Pino Ninfa

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Ada Montellanico

Ada Montellanico, singer and composer among the most important and original of the Italian scene, in her various formations prefers brass instruments with sounds to which she has a particular attraction and affinity.

© Pino Ninfa

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Dario Napoli

An unpredictable and exuberant sound, which steals musical hints from various eras and gives a rich and vibrant sound experience, without ever abandoning the gypsy imprint of Django.

© Obidi Nzeribe

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Theo Croker

We can call Theo Croker a storyteller who speaks through his trumpet, a creative who rejects every boundary, an artist, composer, producer and influencer who projects his voice through music. 

© Obidi Nzeribe

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