Calvi, Davide Trio: Most Beautiful Italian Mountain Melodies Played in

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Davide Calvi Trio: Most Beautiful Italian Mountain Melodies Played in

Calvi, Davide Trio: Most Beautiful Italian Mountain Melodies Played in

SKU: 23602458

Format: CD

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Title: Most Beautiful Italian Mountain Melodies Played in
Artist: Calvi, Davide Trio
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 884502039207
Genre: Jazz

A pianist, arranger and composer, he was born in Borgosesia (Vercelli), in the north-west of Italy in 1968. Having studied piano in his home town, he continued to study classical music with his teacher Shuto Kayoko, a Japanese concert pianist, with whom he qualified, receiving the diploma in piano in 1994 at the conservatoire of Rovigo. During this time, he was also developing a great passion for jazz and composition, and studied with Maestro Renato Dionisi and the pianist Franco D'Andrea. In 1991 he received a scholarship in Perugia to study jazz piano and film music the following year with Ray Santisi at the prestigious 'Berklee School' in Boston. He has worked as a jazz pianist in Switzerland and Monte Carlo. Currently he is composing and orchestrating music for films and documentaries. In November 2006 he gave a series of concerts in Somma Lombarda and Novara with the great vibraphonist Mike Mainieri, founder and leader of the well-known group 'Steps Ahead'.

1.1 La Penna Nera
1.2 Signore Delle Cime
1.3 Trentatrè. Valore Alpino
1.4 Stelutis Alpini
1.5 La Montanara
1.6 Il Testamento Del Capitano
1.7 Il Ponte Di Bassano
1.8 Era Una Notte Che Pioveva
1.9 Ta Pum
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