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special guest ANTONIO FARAÒ



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Luigi di Nunzio – alto sax 

Giuseppe Bassi – doublebass 

Marcello Nisi – drums

SPECIAL GUEST Antonio Faraò – piano


Incendiary communicative energy, wagons of adrenaline swing, engaging grove that magically, for osmosis, converge in a sparkling quartet. Di Nunzio/Bassi/Nisi Trio Special Guest Antonio Faraò is a exceptional formation composed by Luigi Di Nunzio at alto sax , Giuseppe Bassi at doublebass, Marcello Nisi at drums, plus the extraordinary guest Antonio Faraò at piano which is a brilliant mix of youth, freshness and experience at the service of jazz. Saxophonist of inestimable talent, from the veracious musicality, fluidity of phrasing, superfine technique and cloaking sound, Di Nunzio is a ex Enfant Prodige of the national sax jazz, since he has established himself for several years. Already with the stigmata of the predestined from a very young age, in 2006 he won the Audience Awards at the National Prize “Massimo Urbani”, while in 2008 he won the international Rotary Jazz Award as “1st place”. Also appreciated abroad, especially in Panama and in the U.S.A, Luigi di Nunzio shares the stage and the recording studio with several high-sounding names at national and international level, including: Antonio Faraò, Dave Liebman, Michael Bublè, Darryl Hall, Gene Jackson, Didier Lockwood, Biréli Lagrène, Lenny White, Mike Clark, Tullio De Piscopo, Stefano Di Battista, Roberta Gambarini, Francesco Cafiso, Massimo Nunzi. Giuseppe Bassi is one of the esteemed, requested and prolific Italian jazz double bass players on the national scene and also very active abroad. From the tetragonal timing, from the surgical “4”, as well as from the strong sense of swing, he includes a crowd of collaborations alongside world- renowned jazz musicians, for example: Ute Lemper, Don Friedman, Bobby Durham, John Hicks, Joe Magnarelli, Billy Drummond, Greg Osby, Mal Waldron, Dave Liebman, George Garzone, Tony Scott, Avishai Cohen, Adam Nussbaum, Antonio Faraò, Enrico Pieranunzi, Dado Moroni, Gegè Telesforo, Roberto Gatto, Stefano Bollani, Francesco Cafiso, Fabrizio Bosso, Gianni Basso, Dino Piana, Franco Cerri, just to name a few. Jazz drummer in full post-bop groove, one of the most interesting of his generation in Italy, Marcello Nisi shines for a complex and articulated drumming based on polyrhythm, polymetry and constant shifting of accents to create a bewitching rhythmic tension. During his prolific career he took the stage with numerous international jazz musicians, including: Antonio Faraò, Sonny Fortune, Chico Freeman, Benny Golson, Bobby Watson, Joe Magnarelli, Greg Burk, Robert Bonisolo, Miroslav Vitous, Bob Franceschini, Paolo Fresu, Flavio Boltro, Jed Levy, Mark Sherman, Eric Wyatt,  Frank Lacy, Philip Catherine, Marco Tamburini, Javier Girotto, Hadrien Feraud, Marco Vaggi, Henry Cook, Martin Gjakonovski, just to name a few. Antonio Faraò, pupil of the legendary Herbie Hancock, he represents the pride of the italian jazz piano in the world. The way he plays the piano is tumultuous, torrential like a river in flood, absolut master of the eighty-eight keys to which he gives the “you”. His style markedly post- boppistico, excite for the espressive warmth, for the percussive touch, for its astounding independence through which he makes no difference between right and left hand, as if they were one. All embellished by frequent and heady raids into out playing and by a noble and overflowing virtuosity never an end in itself, but always at the service of music. Thanks to his great and rare talent, he shares the stage and the recording studio with real jazz legends, like: Jack DeJohnette, Chris Potter, Gary Bartz, Lee Konitz, Steve Grossman, Billy Cobham, Biréli Lagrène, Dennis Chambers, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Ira Coleman, Benny Golson, John Abercrombie, Billy Hart, Eddie Gomez, Bob Berg, Joe Lovano, Dave Liebman, Wayne Shorter, Johnny Griffin, Richard Galliano, Al Jarreau, Marcus Miller, Brandford Marsalis, Toots Thielemans, Christian McBride, George Garzone. Luigi Di Nunzio, Giuseppe Bassi, Marcello Nisi and the prestigious guest Antonio Faraò will present a repertoire of original pieces signed by the pianist together with some rigorously (re) read standards of the jazz tradition, in a concert with an high emotional rate and synonymous with a guaranteed show.

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