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- Giovanni Falzone
Giovanni Falzone is an internationally renowned trumpeter, band leader and composer from Italy. Giovanni began learning the trumpet at the age of 17 studying at the school of band music in the town of Arafona in Sicily. Having completed his studies in Aragona, Giovanni moved to the “V. Bellini” Conservatory of Palermo graduating 4 years later and going on to study on the Jazz course at the “G. Verdi” Conservatory, Milan.
As a composer, arranger and band-leader he has a number of recordings to his name including “Music For Five” (Splasc(H) records, 2002), “Big Fracture” (Soul Note, 2003), “Earthquake Suite” (Soul Note, 2004), “Suite For Bird” (Soul Note, 2005), “Meeting In Paris” (Soul Note, 2006), “R-Evolutin Suite” (Soul Note, 2007), “Stylus Q.” (Abeat, 2008), “Around Jimi” (Cam Jazz, 2010), “Songs” (Abeat Records, 2011) and “Around Ornette” (Parco della Musica Records, 2011).
As a session player, Giovanni Falzone has played on several recordings from Musicamorfosi including “Bye Bye Mozart” (Auditorium – InSound, 2006) with Mario Brunello, cello, “Lampi 2007/2008? (Lampi di Musicamorfosi 2008), “La mia Africa” (Lampi di Musicamorfosi 2010) with Arsene Duevi and “Discomobile#2” (Musicamorfosi 2014). Giovanni Falzone currently teaches jazz for brass instruments at the “Giuseppe Verdi” Conservatory of Milan and Siena Jazz University.
As a band-leader, Giovanni Falzone has played at a number of prestigious European festivals like the Umbria Jazz Winter, “Villette Jazz Festival” in Paris, Clusone Jazz, Bergen Natt Jazz, Copenaghen Jazz Festival, Aarhus International Jazz Festival, Sardinia Jazz Festival, Vicenza Jazz Festival, Bolzano Jazz, Edinburgo Jazz Festival, Odessa Jazz Festival, Bordeaux Jazz Festival, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, Skopje, Grenoble Jazz Festival and at the Nantes Jazz Festival and many more.
- Dani Felber
Internationally renowned bandleader, composer, arranger and flugelhorn player Dani Felber keeps surprising our sensibilities with every new musical creation that springs from his fertile mind.
- Anton Fig
Anton was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and started playing the drums at age four. He moved to Boston in the USA when he was 17 and studied both jazz and classical music at the New England Conservatory, graduating in 1975. The following year he moved to New York and began making his name as a freelance musician. He soon met Letterman show MD Paul Shaffer on a session for Joan Armatrading, but it was almost ten years before he got the chance to join Shaffer on the Letterman show.
- Thomas Fiorini
New Yorker Thomas Fiorini is a versatile bass player who is at home in all types of music.
- Tony Fisher
Started playing at a very early age at the instigation of his father – a Brass Band tuba player.
- Sigurður Flosason
Icelandic saxophonist Sigurdur Flosason started playing jazz as a teenager and attracted attention in his home country early on.
- Justin Foley
- Antonio Forcione
Hailed as the Jimi Hendrix of the acoustic guitar, Antonio Forcione has a charismatic stage personality with the instinct of a musician determined to brush aside artificial barriers, creating an amazing fusion of emotional expression and formidable technique.
- Al Foster
McCoy Tyner, Miles Davis
- Jean-Yves Fourmeau
Jean-Yves Fourmeau is a first-class classical saxophone artist. He has been the professor at Cergy-Pontoise Conservatory. He used to be the professor at Indiana University in the USA from 2000 to 2001.