Di Ienno & Rottoli Duo


Gianluca Di Ienno - fortepian, Marco Rottoli - kontrabas

wtorek, 4 grudzień, 2018 - 21:00
20/15 zł

The duo is going to play a fresh view on timeless jazz standards and a selection of original tunes written by both the two musicians. GIANLUCA DI IENNO Pianist, hammondist, keyboardist, composer and music producer

Gianluca Di Ienno is one of the most appreciated musician in the Italian scene for his inventive, versatility, sensitivity and the ability to contribute with a personal aesthetic concept in a wide range of musical genres and creative scenarios. He started playing music at 3 years old on a Elka transistor organ and around 7 he began to study music. Degree in Jazz Music (Conservatorio Verdi, Milan, 110/110 cum laude), with a C.P.M. jazz specialization degree (10/10) and a 8 years of classical piano studies, in international jazz scene he is known as a piano, synthesizers and hammond performer. As a sideman or performer or music producer he recorded for BMG, Sony Music, RTI-Medusa, KromaKi, CAM Jazz, Tuk Music, Abeat, Dodicilune, Dot Time Records. In jazz and improvised music he recorded about 25 LPs as a sideman shared recording studios or the stage, on piano, keys or hammond, with: Roberto Gatto, Paolo Fresu, Randy Brecker, Perico Sambeat, Franco Ambrosetti, Rosario Giuliani, Mattia Cigalini, Giovanni Falzone, Bebo Ferra, Fabrizio Bosso, Max Ionata, Fabrizio Sferra, Giovanni Falzone, Nico Gori, Bjørn Solli, Byron Landham, Yuri Goloubev, Asaf Srkis, Fulvio Sigurtà, Mauro Negri, Tino Tracanna, Andrea Dulbecco, Stefano Bagnoli, Max Furian, Nicola Angelucci, George Robert, Ada Rovatti and many more. As a bandleader he recorded and produced (or co-produced): “These Days” (by Release-3 piano trio, Abeat 2013), “Shifting Thoughts” (Keys Trio, an electric trio, experimental, a hard mixture of IDM, acoustic, digital, synth pop, distorted hammond and improvisation, Abeat 2016), “Live in Santa Maria Gualtieri” (with DBus as tribute to Debussy music, a personal view about symbolism in music, Teriyaki Records, 2015) and “Tornando” (by Picoduet a real acoustic and electric crossover music tribute focusing on popular music and improvisation, co-leaded with Nicola Oliva, Dase Sound Lab/Accademia Del Suono, 2009). He is also involved in music production. In 2016 he founded Mitsuhide Music company, a new crew of producers, songwriters and performer based in Milan, working in a wide range of projects for renewed brands, adv, movies, film, games, tv or radio networks.

MARCO ROTTOLI Doublebass player and composer, begins with the study of the guitar and since 2008 dedicated himself to the doublebass. In 2016 he graduated in jazz double bass at the Conservatory G. Verdi in Milan under the guidance of teachers Attilio Zanchi, Tino Tracanna, Giovanni Falzone, Massimo Colombo, Pino Jodice etc ..., getting the highest marks with honors with a thesis on music Bud Powell. He took part in the 2011 edition of the Siena Jazz summer seminars where he studied the instrument and improvisation with Furio di Castri, Paolino Dalla Porta, Drew Gress and Ben Street. Over the years he has had the opportunity to share the stage with many musicians including Nick Hempton, Adam Pache, Simone Daclon, Simona Severini, Bebo Ferra, Roberto Paglieri, Nicola Angelucci, Niccolò Cattaneo, Gianluca Di Ienno, Vittorio Sicbaldi, Matteo Rebulla, Andrea Dulbecco, Tommaso Cappellato, Riccardo Chiaberta, Roberto Rossi, Achille Succi, Humberto Amesquita, Nicolò Ricci, Giovanni Mazzarino, Michele Franzini, Mauro Porro, Giovanni Colombo, Alberto Mandarini, Dario Trapani, Biagio Coppa, Cinzia Roncelli, Rudi Manzoli, Massimiliano Milesi , Tino Tracanna, Giovanni Falzone, collettivo T.Monk, collettivo RES and numerous others. Since 2010 he has been the leader of several musical projects, from the trio to the septet, as a double bass player, composer and arranger; among these: Flat Out Combo, Out of Rags Trio, Marco Rottoli Trio (Nicolò Ricci at the tenor Sax and Riccardo Chiaberta on drums, with whom he won the second prize at Conad Jazz Contest 2014 and performed on the prestigious stage of Piazza IV Novembre at Perugia in the context of Umbria Jazz 2014). Since 2015 he has been a member of the Honolulu Records collective and Honolulu Orchestra, an Italian indipendent jazz label.