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Gaspare De Vito

Born in Napoli (Italy) in 1978. Mostly self-taught. He has collaborated with several musicians such as Giancarlo Schiaffini, Eugenio Colombo, Zeduardo Martins, Francesco Cusa, Paolo Sorge, Alvin Curran, Tristan Hosinger, Fabrizio Puglisi, Vincenzo Vasi, Antonio Coatti, Federico Squassabia, Alma Jazz Orchestra, Arthur Miles, Roberto Bartoli, Mirko Sabatini, Lullo Mosso, Marco Dal Pane, Luisa Cottifogli, Vonn Washington, Maisha Grant, April Randall, Roberto Rossi, Fernando Tchika, Steve De Swath and others. He has played at several jazz festivals well known in the international jazz scene like the Jazzy Jam, Cassero Jazz Festival, Dozza Jazz, Crossroads, Angelica Festival, Trentennale del Treno di Cage, Festival Brasiliano, Avantgarde Jazz to quote some of the most famous. He has played with various bands as leader and sessionman in Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Finland, Sweden, Estonia.


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Improvvisatore Involontario
2008

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