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Zeno De Rossi

”...the estimable Zeno De Rossi on drums, who moved from subtlest gradations of pulsation to kickass powerhouse tub-thumper in the blink of a millisecond (the snail crawls across the edge of the razor blade)” - Gary Lucas NYC

Able to move between jazz, experimental music and avant-garde pop and rock, drummer and composer Zeno De Rossi (Verona - 1970), is one of the most in- demand musicians in the Italian music scene. His interest in music and the drums came early through the record collection of his father and older brothers.

His stylistic versatility have been featured with Hank Roberts, Chris Speed, Wayne Horvitz, Bill Frisell, Sam Amidon, Petra Haden, Dave Douglas, Cuong Vu, Greg Cohen, Mike Patton, Briggan Krauss, Anthony Coleman, Marc Ribot, Steven Bernstein, Josh Roseman, Brandon Ross, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Jamie Saft, Ted Reichman, Frank London, David Krakauer, Ralph Alessi, Mark Orton, Gary Valente, David Murray, Amy Denio, Jessica Lurie, Carla Bozulich, Ben Goldberg, Gary Lucas, Curtis Hasselbring, Jim Black, Hamid Drake, Alexander Hawkins, Frank Lacy, Han Bennink, Mat Maneri, Francesco Bearzatti, Gianluca Petrella, Franco D'Andrea, Gianni Gebbia, Marco Cappelli, Cristina Zavalloni, Vinicio Capossela, Massimo Pupillo, Enrico Rava, Tenores di Bitti, The Klezmatics, Antonello Salis, Gianluigi Trovesi, Alexander Balanescu, Raiz, Nada, Howe Gelb, Hindi Zhara, Ute Lemper a.o.

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