An excellent post-bop pianist influenced by Costs Evans and McCoy Tyner but longer possessing his very own audio, Enrico Pieranunzi is among the top jazz pianists surviving in Italy. He began monitoring piano when he was five, partially from his dad, who was simply a jazz-loving guitarist. Pieranunzi became a specialist when he was 19, using trombonist Marcello Rosa’s quartet. Since that time, furthermore to leading his very own groups, Pieranunzi spent some time working with many best players (both Europeans and People in america) including Franco Ambrosetti, Chet Baker, Benny Bailey, Artwork Farmer, Curtis Fuller, Johnny Griffin, Charlie Haden, Jim Hall, Lee Konitz, Sal Nistico, Enrico Rava, Tony Scott, Kai Winding, and Phil Woods. Pieranunzi, who also shows in a conservatory, did studio function and sometimes functions as a chamber music soloist. Up with the 1990s he documented several impressive jazz models as a innovator for Enja, Timeless, and specifically Soul Note. Following the switch of the millennium his CDs possess often appeared for the CamJazz label, including recordings — Play Morricone (2002), Current Circumstances and Play Morricone, Vol. 2 (both 2003), Ballads (2006), Reside in Japan (2007), and Fantasy Dance (2009) — having a trio offering drummer Joey Baron and bassist Marc Johnson.