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Fabrizio Bosso started playing the trumpet at the age of 5. At the age of 15 he graduated in the conservatory “Giuseppe Verdi” of Turin. In 1999 he won the “Top Jazz” award (a referendum promoted by the magazine ‘ Musica Jazz’ ) for the best new talent. In 2000 he published his first record: Fast Light. In 2002 the first record of the HIGH FIVE, Jazz For More, came out and many others followed it for the prestigious record label Blue Note. With the HIGH FIVE he also recorded Handful Of Souls, which led Mario Biondi to success. Featuring once again the HIGH FIVE he played for the first time with his own side project at the Blue Note of Tokyo, where he often returned conquering a broad and passionate audience. Since the beginning of his career, Fabrizio boasts important collaboration such as, among the others, Gianni Basso, Enrico Pieranunzi, Rosario Giuliani, Charlie Haden, Carla Bley. In 2007, with Blue Note, he released one of his most important records, You’ve Changed, featuring his quartet and a 13 strings orchestra, masterly arranged by Paolo Silvestri, with some important guests such as Stefano Di Battista, Bebo Ferra, Dianne Reeves and Sergio Cammariere. To this last one he owes his entrance in the pop’ s world and his first appearance to the Sanremo Music Festival. Once again, with Blue Note, he released together with Javier Girotto the first record with his side project since 2006, the sextet Latin MOOD, Sol

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Album Nu Bottega by Pekka Pylkkänen

Nu Bottega

Challenge Records
2020

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Album Open Spaces

Open Spaces

Alfamusic
2020

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Album Duke by Fabrizio Bosso

Duke

Verve Music Group
2015

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Imagine

Terrace In The Sky
2013

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Tetris

Terrace In The Sky
2013

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Quattro + Quattro

Casa del Jazz
2013

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