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Marco di Gennaro Marco di Gennaro

Marco di Gennaro Pianist, improviser, composer, arranger

Background: Studied classical music and graduated from an Italian conservatory of music. Discovered jazz and studied with Franco D’Andrea, Rita Marcotulli, Enrico Pieranunzi. Master classes with Paul Bley, Kenny Barron, Barry Harris, Dave Liebman, Steve Lacy. Has performed live for many years, playing his own compositions.

Worked with: Charles Tolliver, Lee Konitz, Peter Bernstein, Doug Weiss, Bill Saxton, Dwayne Burno, Steve Turré, Joe Farnsworth, John Farnsorth Paolo Fresu, Enrico Rava, J.D. Allen, Quincy Davis, Andy McLoud, Amii Stewart, Peppe Merolla, Paolino Dalla Porta, Stefano Di Battista, Antonello Salis, Furio Di Castri, Gary Bartz, Roberto Gatto, Flavio Boltro, Harvie S, Maurizio Giammarco, Pietro Tonolo, Fabrizio Sferra, Fabrizio Bosso, Paolo Mappa, Fabio Zeppetella, Tony Scott, Luca Velotti, Sandro Satta, Stefano D’Anna, Ares Tavolazzi and Joseph Lepore.

Worked with the following actors: Giorgio Albertazzi, Alessandro Haber, Enrico Brignano, Gioele Dix, Giampiero Ingrassia, Roberto Herlitzka, Pasquale Panella, Giuseppe Cederna, Adolfo Margiotta, Daniele Formica, Matt Dillon, Serena Autieri, Dario Cassini, Maurizio Costanzo, Monica Guerritore and Anna Mazzamauro.

Recordings: “Listen…Silent” Live CD (Dodicilune Publishing) featuring Lee Konitz. 2002 “ Factotum �” Collector’s Edition” DVD (featuring Alessandro Haber, 2006) “ Closer” CD (YVP 3143 �” YVP Music �” 2007, featuring Peter Bernstein, Joseph Lepore and Quincy Davis)

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Marco di Gennaro
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