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Alice Claire Ranieri Alice Claire Ranieri

Born in London (UK)

Studies: 2002 2003 2004 2005 Saint Louis College of Music in Rome. Solmization, piano, lyric and jazz with many teachers such as Maria Pia De Vito and Susanna Stivali. Masterclasses with Mark Murphy, Tollak, P'tah Brown and Nnenna Freelon

Collaborations: Herbie Goins, Karl Potter, Andrea Frascaroli, Gianni Di Renzo, Stefano Cesare, Arnaldo Vacca, Gianfranco Gullotto, Roberto Piana, Nicola Casale, Alberto Clemente, Billy Akeem, Tiziano Ferro, Carlotta, Lee Ryan.

Experiences: Many performances as rock, blues, jazz, pop singer in clubs of Italy and United Kingdom. Soloist performance in the Abbacy of Sermoneta, National Park of Sabaudia, Sede AVIS di Latina.

As Carlotta's backing vocalist (tour italiano 2001): - Tim Tour 2000, 2001

As Tiziano Ferro's backing vocalist (italian and european tour 2002/2003): - Paleo Festival 2002 (Switzerland) - opening the James Brown performance - Festivalbar 2002 - winner - Nizza Jazz Festival 2002 (France) - opening the St. Germain's performance - Baden & Baden New Pop Festival 2002 (Germany).

As Soloist of the “Saint Louis” Gospel choir - Campidoglio (Rome) - Campus di Cinecittà, Rome (with the Achtung Babies) - Centralino del tennis di Roma (with the Achtung Babies)

2003 2004 2005 performances in many italian jazz clubs (la Palma, Alexander Platz, Hard Rock Cafè, Classico, Biliardo Jazz Club etc.). Performance at DISMA, musical instruments show, Rimini 2005

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