Pierluigi Balducci

Pierluigi Balducci began his musical career as a classical guitarist, then dedicated himself to the bass guitar.

He released various albums under his name, always striving for a composition between African-American Jazz language and European classical and ethnical traditions. He has achieved a significant balance between writing and improvisation. He performed at numerous festivals and Jazz clubs throughout Europe and has collaborated with Ernst Reijseger, Robert Bonisolo, Luciano Biondini, Paul McCandless, John Taylor, Gabriele Mirabassi, Javier Girotto, Fabrizio Bosso, Fabio Zeppetella, Antonio Tosques and others. He is also member of the Nuevo Tango Ensamble. He wrote the sound track for Catherine Breillat's film “A ma soeur”, which was shown at the Berlin Filmfestival (2001). His ensemble also recorded the sound track Edoardo Winspeare's latest film, Galantuomini. He teaches bass guitar for Jazz at some Italian universities.

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Primary Instrument

Bass, electric

Location

Corato

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced students

Credentials/Background

Conservatorio 'Giacomantonio' - Cosenza - Italy Conservatorio 'Gesualdo da Venosa' - Potenza - Italy Conservatorio 'Duni' - Matera - Italy

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Albums

Blue from Heaven
Blue from Heaven
Dodicilune Records
2013
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Blue From Heaven
Dodicilune
2012
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Cherry Dance
Dodicilune
2010
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Stupor Mundi
Dodicilune
2008
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Il Peso Delle Nuvole
Dodicilune
2003
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