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Giulio Carmassi

Giulio Carmassi is a Multi-Instrumentalist, Producer, Arranger and Film Composer.

Carmassi is a member of the Pat Metheny Unity Group (on piano, vocals and horns) and of the “Will Lee's Family” (on sax, trumpet, guitar, keys and vocals), with Steve Gadd, Chuck Loeb and Oli Rockberger.

He also plays piano with Emmy Rossum, and this year arranged, and played every horn and piano on her new album “Sentimental Journey” for Warner/Reprise.

Carmassi has been collaborating or playing with many New York artists including Lew Soloff, Oz Noy, Keith Carlock, Mark Egan, Tim Lafebvre, Bryan Scary, Rocky Bryant, Anne Drummond and Francois Moutin.

He scored the dark comedy “Serial Buddies”, with Christopher Lloyd, and Maria Menounos, and “Somewhere tonight” starring John Turturro, and has collaborated as a multi-instrumentalist with the UK indie rock sensation Ginger Wildheart at his latest project “Hey Hello”. The album has reached #1 on the UK rock charts. He graduated as a classical pianist, record engineer, film composer and director, and he's self taught on all his other instruments.