NEWS

25.03.2021

Fabrizio Bosso will be a guest on the Italian television show 'Via dei Matti n° 0' presented by Stefano Bollani & Valentina Cenni.

Watch the full show on RAIPLAY

Fabrizio Bosso will be a guest on the Italian television show 'Via dei Matti n° 0' presented by Stefano Bollani & Valentina Cenni.

Watch the full show on RAIPLAY

04.03.2021

‘JazzLife, Life in J major’ is the title of a new web, TV and social media format presented by Umbria Jazz and supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote Italian artistic and cultural heritage through the eyes and sounds of the best on the current Italian jazz scene.

‘JazzLife, Life in J major’ takes us in the city of Perugia to attend a concert by the Fabrizio Bosso Quartet, with Fabrizio Bosso (Trumpet), Julian Oliver Mazzariello (Piano), Jacopo Ferrazza (Double bass) and Nicola Angelucci (Drums).

The concert is held at the site of the largest medieval gates of Perugia: the Cassero di Porta Sant’Angelo fortified by Ambrogio Maitani in 1326, which stands in the 14th-century city walls. Until 2016, the building housed the Museum of City Gates and Walls and is currently home to an educational tour of musical instruments. From the terrace of the tower, you can admire a wonderful view of the city.

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27.11.2020

Fabrizio Bosso Quartet's new album "WE4" is out Today

WE4 is Bosso’s exciting new project with his quartet. Set up immediately after the COVID-19 lockdown, WE4 evidences the importance of making music together and sharing it beyond the stage. With “State of the Art”, his live double album released in 2017, Bosso disclosed the state of his art, marking a new beginning in his artistic journey with three extraordinary travel companions, Julian Oliver Mazzariello, Jacopo Ferrazza, Nicola Angelucci. After countless concerts worldwide and years of music-making together, WE4 achieves absolute reciprocity in terms of sound, interplay and compositions. Their new repertoire features original pieces composed by each member of the quartet, as well as one piece composed by Bosso and Mazzariello in tandem and two pieces composed by all four musicians.