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Mick Rossi

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Primary Instrument: Piano

Pianist, drummer/percussionist, and composer Mick Rossi is known for his diverse, progressive work in the New York Downtown scene, and has been described as “one of the most courageous, gifted and charismatic musicians in New York and beyond” (All About Jazz Italy). Recent recordings include “They Have A Word For Everything“ (Knitting Factory), “Nosferatu” (Dreambox), “Inside The Sphere“ (Cadence), “New Math” (ToneScience), and “One Block From Planet Earth” (OmniTone), about which Down Beat gives “Four Stars” and All About Jazz describes as “Life relishing and unpretentiously profound.” Rossi’s music has been spotlighted on numerous top-ten lists, including All About Jazz, Downtown Music Gallery, and Village Voice Choices. His ninth recording “Songs From The Broken Land” for solo piano was just released on Orange Mountain Music. He was also nominated for a GRAMMY in 1998. In addition, Rossi music directed and conducted the Public Theatre’s Shakespeare Festival production of “The Bacchae” (directed by JoAnne Akalaitis) in Central Park. He has served as music director and curator of the MATA Festival in New York (for which he was featured in TimeOutNY), just completed his third string quartet, and recently conducted Philip Glass’s “Book Of Longing” in Milan, Melbourne, and the Sydney Opera House. Other recent Glass projects include “Orion,” “Music in 12-Parts,” and “Einstein On The Beach” at Carnegie Hall. He has appeared on seven Glass recordings....
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”New Math is challenging but stunning terrain, spare but beautiful, affecting to the emotions.Their duets are musical poetry slams, a blueprint for performance jazz, with three-digit numbers identifying the songs on this envelope-shredding disc.” --All About Jazz

“One Block From Planet Earth [is] multi-faceted, humorous, life relishing, [and] unpretentiously profound.” --All About Jazz

“Rossi's piano is the most rooted, solid and resistant spine. Not only for the peculiarities of his instrument, for the implicit polyphonic and therefore harmonious possibilities, but most of all for the authority and serenity that rule his approach. For his courageous minimalism, for his desire to derive unthinkable sounds from his bulky instrument. For his coherent improvisational linearity...” --All About Jazz

  • Songs From The Broken Land

    Orange Mountain Music
    2010
  • One Block From Planet Earth

    OmniTone
    2005
  • New Math


    2004
  • They Have A Word For Everything

    Knitting Factory
    2000

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CD/LP/Track Review

Songs From The Broken Land by Budd Kopman

Multiple Reviews

Mick Rossi: Spontaneous Improvisation

CD/LP/Track Review

One Block From Planet Earth by Javier AQ Ortiz

New Math by Terrell Kent Holmes

They Have A Word For Everything by Glenn Astarita

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Featured recording “Songs From The Broken Land”

Songs From The Broken Land
Orange Mountain Music (2010)

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