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ANZOVINO Remo - Viaggiatore Immobile
ANZOVINO Remo
Viaggiatore Immobile

INC151
New Music

8015948501511
Incipit Records

 
1 CD

Remo Anzovino’s new album is a masterpiece of imagination and communication, establishing him as a consummate performer of instrumental music.
Born in Pordenone in 1976, Remo Anzovino is one of the most innovative composers today. He soon stood out among the new most talented Italian instrumental musicians with his first three albums: Dispari (2006), Tabù (2008) and Igloo (2010). His music has become more and more refined and his musical language has develop in a crossover between jazz, classical music, world music, music for films and opera. Remo is able to easily conquer audiences such as the stage of Sete Sois Sete Luas in Lisbon, or the in Valance Espace Libertè and the Norapolis Festival of Metz; Umbria Jazz, the Ravello Festival, and so on.


Remo Anzovino’s new album is a masterpiece of imagination and communication, establishing him as a consummate performer of instrumental music. Produced by Japanese sound designer Taketo Gohara (Capossela, Baustelle, Verdena), with arrangements by Stefano Nanni (Pavarotti & Friends, Elisa), the album is composed of short musical pieces with simple and direct melodies. Anzovino’s piano is accompanied by internationally acclaimed artists, such as leading musicians of Milan’s La Scala Orchestra, some of the best sessionmen of today’s rock and avant-garde scenes, as well as true gems of the Italian jazz world. The last track on this album is “9 ottobre 1963 (Suite for Vajont)”, a short suite written for men’s choir (composed of 42 male voices) and piano, dedicated to the memory of the Vajont disaster in which 1910 people lost their lives. A strongly expressive and emotional piece that has no precedents. The cover photo is by Oliviero Toscani, one of the most famous photographers and communications experts of all times, and a great admirer of this artist.

Born in Pordenone in 1976, Remo Anzovino graduated in law with full marks and honors at the age of 24 with a dissertation in criminal law. He is also currently one of the most innovative composers today. He soon stood out among the new most talented Italian instrumental musicians with his first three albums: Dispari (2006), Tabù (2008) and Igloo (2010). All of these records became number one on the iTunes jazz charts and this led him to write music for films, theater and advertising, signing more than 50 productions and receiving many awards. In 2010 Remo Anzovino was given the Jazzit Award with his album entitled Igloo. It is a modern orchestral symphony with a series of duets with some of the greatest instrumentalists, from Franz Di Cioccio (PFM) to Gabriele Mirabassi, Enzo Pietropaoli to Francesco Bearzatti. Remo has performed a successful live concert of original songs with Di Cioccio, the leader of PFM. He also took part in the production of the last album entitled Primitivi del Club of the Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti’s band. He recorded the song Santo Me (Holy me), composed by him, with the great singer songwriter Gino Paoli. The song is the opening track in the Italian album paying tribute to Cesaria Evora. He also wrote the song Mi vuoi benetogether with Deejay Aladyn, Dargen D’amico and Robert Deller (Afterhours). In the past years, Remo Anzovino has participated in the most prestigious festivals in Italy and abroad. His music has become more and more refined and his musical language has develop in a crossover between jazz, classical music, world music, music for films and opera. Remo is able to easily conquer audiences such as the stage of Sete Sois Sete Luas in Lisbon, or the in Valance Espace Libertè and the Norapolis Festival of Metz; Umbria Jazz, the Ravello Festival, the European Jazz Expò in Cagliari, the Mediterranean Festival, or the Salone del Libro in Turin, Naples, Agricantus in Palermo, the Teatro Camploy in Verona, till veritable temples of music such as the famous Milan’s Blue Note jazz club and the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.



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