Marziani is a touring and studio guitarist, composer/arranger, conductor and producer from Argentina. From an early age, every time he saw a guitar, he had a desire to play it. It wasn’t until he found a dusty guitar in his Grandma’s house that the journey began. My dad began showing me progressive rock records from the 70s that he listened to as a child, and that introduced me to a new world of instruments and innovative music that I hadn’t heard before. The concept of Avant-Garde has been with me ever since.
For Marziani, inspiration comes from many different places. A walk to a remote part of town, sitting by the river or observing people’s faces in a crowded place.
“The Martian’s Playground” is Marziani’s first full album, recorded and produced in 2018. A high-energy, driving and exploratory voyage throughout many cultures and sounds, the record slides through Hard Rock, Jazz, South American Folk and Fingerstyle Acoustic songs.
Marziani calls this: Martian Music | music from outer space.
I always felt that in my head were Piazzolla, Stravinsky, Parker and Spinetta conversing.
- La Unión (Argentina)
The leader has plenty of different facets to share as time allows. If there's a throughline joining all these eclectic moods, it's a palpable sense of fun and adventure.
- All About Jazz (Geno T.)
Willing to teach
Beginner to advanced
I'm a guitarist, composer, arranger and conductor from Argentina. Having lived in various countries, I carry
with me a diverse musical knowledge and background that has made me adaptable and flexible in many
musical situations. Currently, I'm living in in Boston, Massachusetts after graduating from Berklee College of
Music with a degree in Jazz Composition. A versatile improviser and stylist, I've studied guitar and
composition with professors such as David Tronzo, Bret Wilmott, Ayn Inserto and Bob Pilkington