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Roberto Magris

Pianist Roberto Magris was created in Trieste, Italy, about June 19, 1959. Early affects that still resonate with him consist of Wynton Kelly, Tommy Flanagan, Expenses Evans, Kenny Drew, Jaki Byard, Randy Weston, McCoy Tyner, Andrew Hill, Paul Bley, and Steve Kuhn. He started his existence as a specialist jazz musician in the past due ’70s. In his burgeoning profession, he performed like a sideman with Kai Winding, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, and Sal Nistico, so when a visitor soloist with the original Jazz Studio rings from Prague. Within the ’80s he led a jazz trio called Gruppo Jazz Marca, and in 1987 he founded a quartet that performed specifically in European countries. In 1998 he created the Europlane Orchestra, sponsored from the Central Western Effort. In 2003 he collaborated with U.S. expatriate alto saxophonist Plant Geller, documenting his 1st major-label Compact disc, Il Bello del Jazz, around the Italian Spirit Note label along with his multinational Europlane quintet offering the tapping electrical guitarist from Croatia, Darko Jurkovic. That same 12 months he started a musical collaboration with Hungarian saxophonist Tony Lakatos and Austrian saxophonist Michael Erian, documenting Check-In, also for Spirit Notice. In 2006 Magris started a cooperation with bassist Artwork Davis, and in 2007 was became a member of by drummer Jimmy “Junebug” Jackson, documenting the Spirit Note recording Kansas Town Outbound. Magris in addition has caused Franco Ambrosetti, Philip Catherine, Expenses Molenhof, the acidity jazz group DMA, Alfabeats, Gabriele Centis, Rudi Engel, Robert Balzar, Fulvio Zafret, Florian Bramböck, Frantisek Uhlir, Ines Reiger, Richie Buckley, Janusz Muniak, and Ricardo Cavalli. Magris offers performed concerts for jazz piano, orchestra, and strings using the Big Music group Ritmo Sinfonica from Verona as well as the Orchestra Giovanile del Veneto.

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