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Ettore Carucci

Pianist and composer Ettore Carucci was born in Taranto (Italy) 18/05/69.

WORK HISTORY (MUSIC EXPERIENCE) 1989/2003

Tony Scott, Bob Mintzer, Rachel Gould, Kim Planfield, Massimo Moriconi, Maurizio Dei Lazzaretti, Maurizio Giammarco, Joy Garrison, Artur Miles, Eddy Palermo, Paolino Dalla Porta, Mario Raja, Pietro Tonolo, Cicci Santucci, Enzo Scoppa, Tullio De Piscopo, Tiziana Ghiglioni, Marcello Rosa, Silvano Chimenti, Roberto Ottaviano, Manu Roche, Matt Demeritt, Patrizia Conte, Carlo Bagnoli, Stefano Bagnoli, Marco Ricci, Jazz Studio Orchestra. He worked with some italian singer pop Franco Califano, Riccardo Fogli, Giacomo Rondinella.

(Discography)

CD name Honey with Santucci- Scoppa 1994

CD name UP UP Jazz Convention 1997

CDname Softly as... Ettore Carucci trio 2002

CD name Totò Jazz La Banda Degli Onesti 2003

(Rai tv Italy)

Cuban Orchestral - tv show: Alle Falde del Chilimangiaro - 1999

Italian Orchestral Rai: Carramba che Fortuna show - 1998 -2000

Show Taratata and Radio Rai International with Franco Califano pop singer - 2000

Spot publicity - Rai and Rai International - 2000/01

(Concert and Festival)

Festival Umbria Jazz Perugia - Trio Berklee College July 2001

Festival Orvieto Jazz - Berklee Award Group - 2001

Festival International Music of Salerno -Tullio De Piscopo Band - 2001

Festival Jazz Torremaggiore city - Totò Jazz - 2002

Live Concert Casinò of Venice - Tiziana Ghiglioni Quintet - 2002

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‘U popole mije

Fairfield Theatre Company
2013

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The Way I Like

Red Earth Records
2006

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