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Tagliata Massimo

Massimo Tagliata

Accordion player, piano player, arranger

Massimo Tagliata, born in Siracusa in 1973, begun his musical career very early as performer and composer. When he was 13teen he took the exam for composer, transcriber and songwriter at the SIAE.

When he was 15teen he begun to indepth the language of Argentina’s tango working with the bandoneon player Marco Fabbri.

Iin 1994 he won the first prize in the International competition “City of Castelfidardo”, category “Contemporary Music”.

Then his interest in jazz and latin music grew up and dveloped.

Since 1998, Massimo Tagliata had important collaboration with musicians like Teo Ciavarella, Felice Del Gaudio and the group Banda Favela, whit whom he realized an important tour all over the greatest jazz clubs in Europe and in Japan (Blue Note in Tokio).

At the same time he continued the career of tango with the project Trio Lumiere, having gigs not only in Italy, but also in Europe and in Exra-Europe countrys.

Thanks to his musiacal versatility, he works with the best musicians in Italy in different kind of music, jazz, tango, italian music, pop, brasil music and forrò.

In 2006 built the group“Marea” with the guitar palayer Andrea Dessì il gruppo; in 2006 and 2007 the group Marea palyed in the most important jazz festival in Italy, like Delta Jazz Festival, Veneto Jazz Festival, Festival Soul and String , Dolomiti’s Festival.

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Album C´era una volta Domani by Tagliata Massimo

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Artist Signed Records
2010

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