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Gianni Bardaro, Italian saxophonist, composer and sound therapist, has been shaping for many years, the infinite possibilities of sounds. With a special focus on jazz, his saxophone performances have touched international audience as well as many projects and albums. The major “Universal Music” published in 2012 his latest album “Soul Blueprint” recorded in New York, featuring Multi-Grammy Award Randy Brecker and Colombian percussionist Samuel Torres. Gianni's history is as varied as it is distinguished. Born in Italy to a drummer-playing father, Gianni's musical skills were nurtured and naturally encouraged from an early age. Already at the age of 11, he began playing in local bar bands and in a traditional Italian banda. By then, Gianni discovered the Be-Bop language listening to a vinyl of Charlie Parker and Dizzie Gillespie and Jazz became an irreversible love accompanying his journey in music. Those are also the years approaching music composition, where Gianni creates and shapes the first melodies and experiments with chord progressions and simple polyphonic lines.
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”Gianni Bardaro is an excellent musician, soloist, composer and arranger. His
music is fresh, exciting and yet mellow and groovy. His group is tight and
cohesive, complimenting each other throughout the CD. All the compositions
will take you on a trip and adventure of musical delight. Any avid fan of jazz
will be greatly entertain with this CD”
—CARLOS GARNETT (M.Davis, C.Mingus, F.Hubbard, A.Blakey)
“Bardaro’s music, even while rooted in the tight, collaborative combo
approach, is still fresh and new; this is no nostalgia trip or return to some
“golden jazz age”. When put into the context of Euro nu-jazz,something like
Scandinavian tango (as in “Scandango”) is almost revolutionary
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