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Dino Massa Dino Massa

Born September 26, 1964, earned his undergraduate degree in composition in 1990, earned graduate degrees with honors in piano and jazz music in 2000, at the Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella in Naples, under the guidance of M Bruno Tommaso.

From 84 performs in concerts both as a jazz musician and performer of classical, which alternates to the profession of teaching jazz piano at various music schools including the CPM network Space Music Pomigliano d'Arco (Na).

'84 Winner of the competition organized by musical Euterpe of Pompeii as a pianist jazz composer, has participated in numerous exhibitions both nationally (Naples, Salerno, Orsara, Pomigliano, Benevento, Teramo, Isernia, Campobasso, Martina Franca, Camerota, Ischia , Portici, S. Antonio Abate, etc.), however, playing for the international associations F. Chopin and A. Scarlatti of Naples.

Besides being an active composer of jazz, is the author of transcriptions of classical pieces for choir and orchestra performed in various concerts since '91.

In '94 affect on his behalf the so-called “Wandering” by which gets two reports in the competition organized by the magazine Top 94 Jazz Jazz Music category for new talent.

In '96, the so-called “Traits of Extraordinary Encounters” made with the group Agca is judged one of the best albums of the year by the newspaper L'Unità. In the same year, with the group Agca, participates in the TV Trying Trying on Rai Due.

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Album Echoes Of Europe by Dino Massa

Echoes Of Europe

ARC - Artists Recording Collective

Album Suite pour le piano for Jazz Quartet by Dino Massa

Suite pour le piano...

Losen Records

Album Punti di vista by Dino Massa

Punti di vista

Collana Jazz


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Point of Departure, WMPG-FM


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Panastudio Productions



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