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Fabio Nunziata

Studied with Maestro Bruno benvenuto and guitarist Antonio Onorato, then studied withjazz pianist Francesco Nastro and Pietro Condorelli. He also participated in numerous master classes (Berklee College of Music 1998, Siena Jazz 2000) and workshops with musicians such as Jim Hall and Ralph Towner. In 2008 he received his degree in jazz and improvised music at the Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella in Naples.

Recording 2003: Walking Time Use, Waiting, recorded in New York in collaboration with Joseph Lepore on bass, Ryan Wever on piano and Jason Brown on drums. 2006: Stuff published by Philology, with Fabrizio Bosso on trumpet. 2007: Teano jazz factory, collection of the prestigious jazz festivals. 2011:”enjoy your trip”, first recording as leader, with Jerry Popolo on sax

He has worked with: Fabrizio Bosso,Giulio Martino, Jerry Popolo, Joseph Lepore, Aldo Vigorito, Polo Recchia, Victorio Pepe, Daniele Tittarelli, Ron Seguin, Andrea Nunzi, Jason Brown,Giuseppe La Pusata and several others.

He lives in Rome and performed in major jazz clubs (Alexanderplatz, Gregory's, Charity). He has participated in numerous festivals including: Marechiaro jazz festival, White Night of Naples, Vico Jazz Festival, Fara jazz summer, Sorrento jazz festivals, Divino jazz festival, Elba Jazz Contest, etc. ...


Fabio Nunziata plays hand made guitars by Ernesto Scarpato Other guitars used: ibanez george benson gb30 (del 1984), ibanez Joe pass ( 1986)


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Album enjoy your trip by Fabio Nunziata

enjoy your trip

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