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ANDREA PAGANI Born in Rome, pianist, composer, arranger. Live and studio session man for many italians and international artist, like Roberto Ciotti, Enrico Montesano, Acustimantico, Frank Catalano, Enzo Scoppa, Massimo Moriconi, Francesca De Fazi, Randy Roberts, Claudia Marss, U.S.Z., Blue Joshua Band, José Martillotta, Joe De Vecchis. He played in many Jazz and Blues Festival around the world, among which: “Pistoia Blues” (2000), “Jazz & Image” a Villa Celimontana, Rome (4 years, 2000/2003), “Umbria Jazz Winter”(2001/02), “Philips Dubai Jazz Festival”( UAE-2003), “Jazz Tage Lichtensteig” (Suisse-2003), “Isola Liri Blues”(2004), “Nokia Abu Dhabi Jazz Festival” (UAE 2006), “Roma incontra il mondo-Villa Ada (Rome 2006/2007), “Out of the Blue's Festival” (Samedan, Svizzera - 2007), “Stadio della Pallacorda” (Roma, 2008) “FestambienteSud” (2008), “Notti d’estate a Castel S.Angelo, “Auditorium Ara Pacis”( Rome 2012).

He get six album as leader: “FOR THE SEA”(2007), “LE STORIE D’AMORE”(Pony Canyon, Japan 2007) winner of the “Gold Disc Award” of Japanese Jazz magazine “Swing Journal”, “ANDREA PAGANI PLAYS PUCCINI” (Mojo Records,Japan- 2008), produced by Makoto Kimata ( McCoy Tyner, Kenny Drew, Chet Baker),“BRAVI BRAVI, MA CE L’AVETE UNA CANTANTE?”(Zone di Musica,2012), “PETIT(e) SUITE POUR PHILIPPE” (Filibusta Records, 2015), “JAZZ IN BAG” (2017)

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Album Blue by Andrea Pagani

Blue

Personality
2019

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Album Petit(e) suite pour Philippe by Andrea Pagani

Petit(e) suite pour...

Filibusta Records
2015

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Album Bravi bravi, ma ce l'avete una cantante? by Andrea Pagani

Bravi bravi, ma ce...

Filibusta Records
2012

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For the Sea

Point of Departure, WMPG-FM
2008

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