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Jazz nights film festival 2014

Thursday 14 August 2014

22.00 Niccolo’ Faraci Quartet
Achille Succi alto saxophone and bass clarinet
Lorenzo Paesani piano
Francesco Miccolis drums
Niccolo’ Faraci double bass and composition

23.00 Niccolo’ Faraci Quartet „go-ahead“
special guest: Guy Bettini trumpet

SPAZIO CULTURALE PANELLE 10 LOCARNO
via panelle 10 6600 Locarno 079 4418637 info@circoru.org

“Niccolo Faraci is a bassist who has always cultivated a great love for science fiction and gave musical form to this passion, through the interaction of electronics, computer, electric bass, synthesizers, and acoustic sounds of drums and trombone.” (Daniela Floris)
Performing across Europe and Asia since 2007, Niccolo Faraci is now presenting a new form of quartet, a powerful mix between fully written and arranged music in the european style, and influences from the free jazz american area. The experience is a voyage inside the music of Niccolo Faraci.

“Succi is as free as a bird, and fits easily into any situation ranging from plaintive beauty to organized chaos.” 
(Budd Kopman on Allaboutjazz.com)
Achille Succi, has recently been singled out as “one of the European musicians to keep an eye on in the next ten years” (Bill Schoemaker, Giornale della musica, January 2010), while journalist Mario Gamba defines him as a “genius of italian Jazz” (Alias, March 20th, 2010).
since 2006 he also teaches clarinet and improvisation techniques at the Ferrara, Bologna and Brescia Conservatory.
Achille Succi, Saxophonist and bass clarinetist, has recently been singled out as “one of the European musicians to keep an eye on in the next ten years” (Bill Schoemaker, Giornale della musica, January 2010), while journalist Mario Gamba defines him as a “genius of italian Jazz” (Alias, March 20th, 2010). Born in Modena, Italy, in 1971, he began self-taught and later won several scholarships that gave him the chance to study in some of the most important schools and workshops in the world (Berklee, D.Liebman masterclasses, Kopenhagen Rhythmic conservatory, Siena Jazz). Among the many artists he has collaborated with are Uri Caine, Ralph Alessi, Sylvie Curvoisier, Steve Swell, Louis Sclavis, Ernst Reijseger, Pierre Dorge and Franco D’Andrea; he also took part in the recording of many CDs and performed all over the world.

Lorenzo Paesani was born in Teramo in 1977, he graduated Summa Cum Laude at the Niccolo Piccinni Conservatory in Bari and acquired a II degree Diploma summa cumlaude in Jazz Disciplines at the Bologna Conservatory. He studied and developed afro-american music language with many teachers and musicians from all over the world, such as: Marco Di Battista, Stefano Battaglia, Stefano Bollani, John Taylor, Rita Marcotulli, Fabrizio Puglisi, Stefano Zenni, Bruno Tommaso, Roberto Spadoni, Don Friedman, Franco D’Andrea, Kenny Werner, Paolo Fresu, Danilo Rea, Steve Kuhn, Danilo Perez, Roberto Cecchetto, Marc Ducret, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Eddie Henderson, Gerald Cleaver, Tim Berne, Jack Walrath.

Working between south Italy and Switzerland, with professional studies in New York City, Francesco Miccolis played drums in many band and project from free to rock. His collaborations are oriented to the top, with many performances in France and north europe, with musicians like Nöel AkchotĂ©, Steve Potts, Kirk Lyghtsey, Bobby Few, Malcolm Braff, MĂ©dĂ©ric, Collignon, Guillaume Perret, Lionel Belmondo, Alexandre Tassel, Samuel Blaser, Pierre Audetat, Gilles Aubry, Antoine Chessex, Riccardo Del Fra, Christoph Schweizer, Hans Koch, Gabriel Zufferey, Roberto Pianca, Hilaria Kramer, Olivier ThĂ©mines, Jean- Philippe Zwahlen, Niccolo’ Faraci, Raphael Ortis, Antoine Läng and Yannick Barman.

Guy Bettini:
trumpeter, Swiss Italian improviser, lives for twelve years in Berlin,
cooperates with Mani Neumeier, Pavel Fajt, Olaf Rupp, Peter Kowald,
George Lewis, Tony Buck, Paul Lovens… member of Joelle LĂ©andre
ensemble playing at international festivals in Bremen, Metz, Marseille,
Paris, New York…Chamber music with “Margaretes Zimmer”
(M. Huber Soprano,D. de Bernardi double bass) first prize at the
“Festival Infernale” Hochschule der KĂĽnste Berlin.Live music for
dancers projects like for Toula Limnaios at “Pfefferberg Tanztage”
“Akademie der KĂĽnste” in Berlin.His most successful project in
Berlin was Gelée Royale improvised music for the dance floor.
His trio “Perla Nera” wins the support in the jazz section of the Berlin
Senate in the year 2000. He Works also with DJ Orlow and with the
drum & bass trio the “Human Sampler”. Back in Switzerland receives
an engagement for a composition at the “Festival of jazz music and
culture in Chiasso in 2005. He creates “Freenology” a project with the
legendary Sonny Simmons, Paul Lovens and Clayton Thomas,concerts
across Europe par ex. at the “Uncool Festival 2009″ in Poschiavo, 2
011 Jazz Festival at Luz as well as at the Festival “Konfrontationen”
Nickelsdorf.”Der Ersatzmann” Quartet with Alex von Schlippenbach,
swiss tour. Founder and conductor of the Ensemble “Sous-sol” group
for collective improvisation.Collaborations with J.Demierre,
U.Leimgruber, B.Phillips, C.Berthet, C.Wolfarth, F.Miccolis…

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