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Maria Pia De Vito

Maria Pia De Vito - vocalist, composer, arranger

Maria Pia De Vito is a standout in the contemporary European jazz scene. She began her on-stage activity in 1976 as a singer and player (plectra, percussions, piano) in research groups committed to ethnic music as well as ethnic and non-ethnic polyphony, mostly related to the Mediterranean, Balkan and South-American areas.

Since '80 she has been active in the jazz sphere, collaborating steadily with musicians like John Taylor, Ralph Towner, Rita Marcotulli, Ernst Rejiseger, Paolo Fresu, Norma Winstone, Steve Swallow, Gianluigi Trovesi, David Linx, Diederik Wissels and gigging with musicians having the calibre of Joe Zawinul, Michael Brecker, Miroslav Vitous, Uri Caine, Dave Liebman, Billy Hart, Eliot Ziegmund, Cameron Brown, Steve Turre, Maria Joao, Ramamani Ramanujan, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Nguyen-le and many others, participating to the most important international festivals, and running European and overseas tours.

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Albums

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Il Pergolese
Radioton
2013
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Suoni Dal Carcere
Radioton
2013
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Nomas
Radioton
2012
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'O Pata Pata
Radioton
2011
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Dialektos
Dialektos
La Parco Della Musica
2008
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Jazzitaliano Live 2007
Radioton
2007
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Videos

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