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Frederic Rzewski

Frederic Rzewski

Rzewski was born in Westfield, Massachusetts, and began playing piano at age 5. He attended Phillips Academy, Harvard and Princeton, where his teachers included Randall Thompson, Roger Sessions, Walter Piston and Milton Babbitt. In 1960, he went to Italy, a trip that was formative in his future musical development. In addition to studying with Luigi Dallapiccola, he began a career as a…

Silvia Cignoli

Silvia Cignoli

Classical and electric guitarist, versatile musician ranges from classical to contemporary music, from radical improvisation to avant-rock to his own musical creation, crossover between her academic experiences and the underground scene of drone, glitch and noise music. Recently she has been focusing on her solo project “The Wharmerall” where she…

Giovanni Sollima

Giovanni Sollima

A world-famous cellist, he collaborated, among others, with Claudio Abbado, Martha Argerich, Jorg Demus and Giuseppe Sinopoli. In parallel to his activity as a soloist, his creative curiosity drives him to explore new frontiers in the field of Composition, through contaminations between different genres: rock, jazz, electronic, Anglo-Saxon minimalism and…

Umberto Petrin

Umberto Petrin

Considered one of the greatest Italian pianists on an international level. Graduated in Piano, he has always been actively dedicated to Poetry, winning competitions and publishing in literary magazines. In addition to his activity strictly in Jazz, for a long time he has been involved in various projects of syncretism…

Marco Decimo

Marco Decimo

Marco Decimo completed his musical studies at the Conservatory “G.Verdi” in Milan with M. Leali, then he attended the masterclasses held by D.Shafran, R.Filippini and for the quartet by P.Borciani. He has played in Italy and abroad (London, Berlin, Madrid, Prague, Budapest, Moscow, Istanbul, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Sydney, New York,…

Marco Domenichetti

Marco Domenichetti

Born in Milan on 14.03.1975, he obtained his diploma in flute with Ezequiel Recondo at the International Academy of Music. He then specialized with Daniele Bragetti and Kees Boekec dealing with both contemporary and ancient repertoire and later in Italian baroque chamber music with Laura Alvini. He also studied electronic…

Andrea Monarda

Andrea Monarda

Called ‘guitar virtuoso’ by La Repubblica and ‘a twenty-fingered guitarist!’ by composer Luis De Pablo, Andrea Monarda is one of the most interesting guitarists of his generation. Committed to the diffusion of both traditional and contemporary guitar repertoire, Andrea Monarda received the Golden Guitar Award as a young talent at…