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Alessandro Carabelli is a jazz pianist and composer with a background in the fields of classical music, jazz, music history, harmony, and composition and over fifteen years experience as a performer in international jazz events.
After M.S. in Economics from Milan University, Carabelli received a degree in jazz piano, harmony, and composition from the Milan Jazz School, and he has attended of seminars in harmony and composition led by Ennio Morricone, Chick Corea, Lee Konitz, Barney Kessel, and Marco Detto.
Performances and works[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]
He has performed and recorded with Bob Mover, Lee Konitz, John Arnold, Gary Windo, Franco Ambrosetti, Franco Cerri, Stefano Bagnoli, Enzo Scoppa, Dodo Goja, Giulio Visibelli, Paolo Pelegatti, Gianni Basso, Fabio Jeger, Tony Arco, and Marco Ratti.
He has performed in several international jazz festivals, including Lago Maggiore Jazz Festival (Italy), LIUC Jazz Festival (Italy), St. Remo in Jazz (Italy), Mentone Jazz Festival (France), Estival Jazz (Switzerland), Jazz a` Monaco (Principality of Monaco), Varese Jazz Festival (Italy) and in clubs in the U.S. and Europe.
Very active even as a composer, in February 2004, he released CD Over and Out (Splasc(h) Records) with the Alessandro Carabelli Group, and in September 2006 he released Aphrodite for Nagel-Heyer Records with the Alessandro Carabelli Group and Franco Ambrosetti.