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Studies

1981-1984 Music courses at “LAB2” Music Workshop (Rome) with Maestro Sandro Satta. Active member of Sandro Satta’s jazz workshop and harmony workshop. 1985 Music courses with maestro and jazz player Massimo Urbani. 1986- 1990 Followed 7-days seminars and workshops of American jazz players: Steve Grossman, David Liebman, George Garzone. 1995 Courses of electronic composition, digital composition and sound engineering.

Experience

As it would not be possible to retrace and include in this C. V. all my concerts, my collaborations and the places where I have performed since 1984, please find only a selection of main events:

August 1985 Performance at the International Jazz Club Hot Brass in Aix-en-Provence (Marseille) with BSAA Quintet.Thanks to our great success were offered a second date. The quintet was composed of: Roberto Rega:alto sax Marco Aglioti: trumpet Marco Omicini: piano Stefano Cesare: electric bass Roberto Altamura: drums

Winter 1986 Saxophonist in resident orchestra of TV Program Premiatissima (with Johnny Dorelli) on Canale 5/Fininvest Videotime Production.

4th May 1989 Live on Radio1 national broadcast: Evening Jazz. BSAA quintet and special guest American jazz player Tony Scott.

1989 Tourneè of concerts in various Italian cities (Perugia, Teramo, Pescara, Catanzaro…) with The Right View Jazz Sextet. Jazz Festival Rome with Oliver Bernay sextet, special guest Maurizio Urbani. 21th Oct 1991 Live on Rai3 television.Saxophone player in Woodie Shaw Memorial Band, special guest George Garzone (Alpheus, Rome).

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