GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI

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GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI (pianist & composer) Pianist, leader and composer, was born in Ragusa in June 1969. Since he was a little child he devoted himself to the study of the piano and he played the drum and the transverse flute in a band. He also played togheter with his father (a trumpet player). In October 1989 he took part in the Festival Jazz of Paris within the “International competition for Piano jazz” dedicated to Martial Solal. He worked togheter with the actress Lidya Alfonsi, and he composed the sound basis of some of her recitals. He took part in one of the historical sicilian jazz groups: the December Thirty Jazz Trio, founded in 1989 togheter with the double bass player Giuseppe Guarrella and the drummer Francesco Branciamore. Since Juanary 1992 he has been a member of one of the most important italian groups: the Pino Minafra Sud Ensemble, many times voted in referendum from the Italian and international critics in the first places of the classifications like the best group and recording on Cd (Top Jazz “Musica Jazz”Magazine and in France the CD "Sudori" in the 1996 best CD of the year). In 1993 is a inventor togheter with Giuseppe Guarrella of the Festival Ibleo del Jazz “… a kind of general states a of the music jazz of vanguard seen from the South”. Today he is the art director of this festival. In the same year he founded the Giorgio Occhipinti Hereo Nonetto /Nonet (also octet, orchestra, ensemble). In 1994 he took part in one special group togheter with saxophonist Eugenio Colombo and Giuseppe Guarrella: the Triple project. In the March 2000 he took part of a new important group “BANLIEUES BLEUES SPECIAL QUARTET” with Pino Minafra, Sandro Satta and Vincenzo Mazzone. In 1995 he has been voted by Italian critics in the referendum “Top Jazz” organised by Musica Jazz magazine as the second New and Best Talent of the year. Always in 1995 he founded the European duo with Joelle Léandre . The CD "Global Music and circular Thought" (Giorgio Occhipinti Hereo Nonetto plus Cellos sequences - Jazz Halò Tonsetters) for the UK's magazine "JAZZ REWIEWS" is the best CD of the 2001. He wrote music for orchestra and quintet of strings “I Muri a secco” edited by an important Swiss publishing house (T.G.E. edizioni musicali) after the same composition was duly pointed out in an important competition dedicated to E.Bloch. In the 1999 he found a duo with Olivia Bignardi. In the 1999 the ENCICLOPEDIA OF ITALIAN COMPOSERS inserts his name together to biggest names of the contemporary music. In September 1999 He found with Miriam Palma, Maurizio Maiorana, Domenico Sciajno and Giuseppe Guarrella the FAUST GROUP. In March 2000 the festival of Paris BANLIEUES BLEUES realize the BANLIEUES BLEUES QUARTET with Pino Minafra, Giorgio Occhipinti, Sandro Satta and Vincenzo Mazzone. From June 2001 he has been a member of the “Concerto Dantesco” with the actors Galatea Renzi and Marco Andriolo. He wrote also sequences for cellos duo and for strings quartet (1999/2000) and he wrote also music for strings sextet plus alto sax commissioned from Vittorino Curci: "SEDICI MOTTETTI”. He record also a double CD of this compositions with a GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI SEDICI MOTTETTI. In October 2001 he found in Wien (with the collaboration of the label BEETWEN THE LINES and the festival MUSIC ON MUSIC of Wiener Musik Galerie) the group GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI GLOBAL MUSIC NONETTO and write the suite REVOLUTION (five compositions for strings quintet, two clarinets, piano, drums & kettledrums: 3 dances, 1 cantata, 1 sequence). In June 2004 he found with Olivia Bignardi, Giuseppe Guarrella and Antonio Moncada the quartett LESS OF FIVE and in 2006 with Stefano Maltese, Giuseppe Guarrella and Emanuele Primavera the KNOW'S QUARTET. The drummer Francesco Branciamore wants Giorgio Occhipinti in his group PERFECT QUINTET. Very important the collaboration with Thomas Lenn and Alessandro Librio. Collaborations: Evan Parker, Joelle Léandre, Ernst Reijseger, Paul Rutherford, Barre Phillips, Peter Brotzmann, Vinny Golia, Gianluigi Trovesi, Michel Godard, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Antonello Salis, Giuseppe Guarrella, Francesco Branciamore, Jean-Marc Monterà, Arkady Schilkloper, Hein Van der Geyn, Andrè Ceccarelli, Lee Konitz, Flavio Boltro, Paolo Fresu, Pino Minafra, Carlo Actis Dato, Bruno Tommaso, Vincenzo Mazzone, Ellen Christi, Stefano Maltese, Gianni Gebbia, Vittorio Villa, Enrico Fazio, Gioconda Cilio, Miriam Palma, Alberto Mandarini, Lauro Rossi, Eugenio Colombo, Renato Geremia, Giovanni Macciocu, Daniele Patumi, Antonio Moncada, Sandro Satta, Rudy Migliardi, Roberto Ottaviano, Paolo Damiani, Pasquale Innarella, Maurizio Martuscello, Gianni Coscia, Carlo Rizzo, Tscho Theissing, Ekkehard Jost, Reiner Winterschladen, Manfred Becker, Dieter Manderscheid, Joe Bonica, Roy Paci, Paolo Botti, Maurizio Maiorana, Domenico Scjaino, Filippo Portera, Carlo Cattano, Sandro Sciarratta, Vito Amatulli, Luca Calbrese, Banda Roncati, , Beppe Caruso, Lelio Giannetto, Olivia Bignardi, Tiziana Cavaleri, Galatea Ranzi, Marco Andriolo, Vittorino Curci, Giuseppe Amatulli, Domenico Mastro, Nico Ciricugno, Sonia Slany, Joanna Lewis, Matteo Gallini, Antonio Mainenti, Emanuele Primavera, Theresa Wong, Elio Amato, Gaia Mattiuzzi, Thomas Lehn. Festivals : Bolzano “Rassegna Phoenix”, Orsara “Festival jazz d’autore”, Oupeye (Belgio) “Jazz au chateau”, Zurigo (Svizzera) “Moods”, Moulhouse (Francia) “Jazz a Mulhouse edizioni 1992 e 1997”, Roma “Festival Alpheus”, Giessen (Germania) “Festival Accenti Europei 1993”, Marsiglia (Francia) “Rassegna Grim”, Avignone (Francia) “Rassegna Cher Noir”, Varna (Bulgaria) “Internaional jazz summer festival”, San Giovanni Rotondo “Jazz in Italy”, Ruvo di Puglia “Talos Festival edizioni 1993,1994,1998”, Losanna (Svizzera) “Onze plus jazz festival”, Ragusa Ibla “Festival Ibleo del Jazz edizioni 1993, 1994, 1995 e 1996”, Le Mans (Francia) “Europa Festival Jazz du Mans”, Vilshofen (Germania) “Jazz an der donau 1994”, Tivoli “Along came jazz 1995”, Antwerpeen (Belgio) “Free Music XXI”, Berlino (Germania) “Rassegna Podewil”, Wuppertal (Germania) “Jazz Spektakel”, Palermo “Seduta di musica improvvisata La Tombola”, Victoriaville (Canada) “Musique Actuelle 1995”, Berlino (Germania) “Workshop Freie Musik FMP 1995”, Noto “Itinerari della musica contemporanea 1995”, Cremona “Rassegna Progetto Jazz 1996 e 1998”, Parigi (Francia) “Banlieues Bleues 1996”, Quarrata “Border Line 1996”, Siracusa “Extra Moenia”, Quebéc (Canada) “Les Nuits Black festival”, Toronto (Canada) “Downtown jazz festival”, Vancouver (Canada) “International jazz festival 1996”, Saskatoon (Canada) “Saskatchewan jazz festival 1996”, Prato “Fabbrica jazz”, Siena “Siena Jazz 1996”, Sant’Angelo dei Normanni “The sound of jazz in Alta Irpinia”, Caltagirone “Orario Continuato”, Lipsia (Germania) “Leipzer Jazz Tage 1996”, Perpignan (Francia) “Perpignan jazz festival 1996”, La Spezia “Altrisuoni”, St.Vincent “Rassegna jazz”, Karlsrhue (Germania) “Radio Sud-West Funk”, Wacheneim (Germania) “Rassegna Badehaisel”, Mainz (Germania) “9.Internationales Akut festival”, Esslingen (Germania) “Jazz in der Dieselstrasse”, Munchen/Monaco di Baviera (Germania) “Munchener Kammerspiele”, Regensburg (Germania) “Leerer Beutel”, Salzburg/Salisburgo (Austria) “13° Int.Jazz festival”, Vienna (Austria) “Porgy & Bess”, St.Ingbert (Germania) “11° Int.jazz festival”, Torhout (Belgio) “Jazz Halò”, Noci “Europa Jazz Festival 1997”, Parigi (Francia) “La Villette Jazz Festival 1997”, Andria “Suoni del Mondo”, Berchidda “Time in Jazz 1997”, St.Sever (Francia) “Musiques Croisees”, Bolzano “Bolzano Jazz Festival 1997”, Lentini “Sol Festival”, Rive de Gier (Francia) “Int. Jazz festival 1997”, Campi Bisenzio “Campi Jazz Festival”, Giessen (Germania) “Sechstes Heissisches Jazz Podium 1997”, Amsterdam (Olanda) “Bim Huis”, Biel/Bienne (Svizzzera) “Sputnik”, Coutances (France) "Jazz sous les pommiers 1998", Palermo "Festival Curva Minore 1998", Pozzallo "Festival del Mediterraneo 1998", San Sperate "Aska jazz 98", Posada "Posada Jazz Project 98", Bruges (Belgio), Liegi (Belgio), Bruxelles (Belgio) "Jazz Halò Music Days 1998", Mainz (Germany) "11° Akut Internationales Festival 1999", Parigi (France) Festival "Sons D'Hiver 1999", Bologna "teatro Polivalente Occupato" 1999, Liege (Belgium) Festival "Jazz a Liege 1999", Bruges (Belgium) "Music Days 99", Niort (France) Moulin Du Roc Scène Nationale 1999, Roma "radiotreSuite" Rai 1999, Bath (England/Uk) "Bath Festival 1999", Liublijana (Slovenia) "Druga Godba festival 1999", , Pontarlier (France) “Jazz en Franche-Comté 1999”, Luz Saint Saveur (France) “Jazz a Luz 99”,Cortale “Cortale Jazz 99”, Siracusa “Siracusa Jazz 99”, Palermo “Palermo di Scena 99”, Siracusa “Parco letterario Elio Vittorini”, Pisa “Instabile’s Festival 99”, Guimaraes (Portogallo) “Guimaraes Jazz 99”, Siracusa “Extra Moenia Musiche 2000”, Parigi (Francia)“Banlieues Bleues 2000”, Voss (Norvegia) “Vossa Jazz 2000”, Aalborg (Danimarca) “Uset Jazz”, Noci “Europa Festival Jazz 2000”, Mulhouse (Francia) “Jazz a Mulhouse 2000”, Palermo “Curva Minore 2000”, Guimaraes (Portogallo) “Guimaraes Jazz 2000”, Rotterdam (Olanda) “Film Festival 2001”, Cefalù “Centro culturale Italo/ Tedesco”, Palermo “Rassegna Sud Art 2001 Agricantus”, Noto “Extra Moenia Musiche Festival 2001”, Siracusa “Premio Salvo Randone”, Vancouver (Canada) “Du Maurier International Jazz Festival 2001”, S. Stefano di Quisquinia, Bruxelles (Belgio) “Music Days 2001”, Mons (Belgio) “Music Days 2001”, Bruges (Belgio) “Music Days 2001”, Vienna (Austria) “Musiconmusic”, Palermo "Cantieri Culturali della Zisa - Goethe Institut", Catania "Zo Culture 2002", Luz St. Sauveur (Francia) "Jazz a Luz 2002", Aosta "We Want Jazz 2002", Agrigento "Agrigentumusica Jazz Festival 2002", Kanizsa (Yugoslavia) "Kanizsa Jazz 2002", Belgrad (Yugoslavia) "Dom Omlandine 2002", Noto “Extra Moenia Musiche 2002”, Vittoria “rassegna musiche”, Palazzolo Acreide “Jazz Box”, Popi “Rassegma teatro –musica”, Spello “Rassegna Sciarò”, Agrigento “AgrigentumJazzFestival 2003”, Siracusa "Convegno sulle pari opportunità", Catania "Cappella Bonajuto 2003 - rassegna", Siracusa "Antico Mercato di Ortigia - rassegna", Noto "Palazzo Ducezio - Sala degli Specchi", Palermo "Palazzo Riso - Teatri Siciliani 2004", Bruges (Belgium) "Jazz Brugge 2004", AgrigentoMusicaFestival 2004, Festival Primavera Jazz 2005 (Ragusa), Enna Jazz Festival 2005, Cerkno Jazz festival 2005 (Slovenia), Latomie Musica Festival 2006 (Siracusa), CURVA MINORE 2011, 2012 AND 2013, ARCOSOLI JAZZ 2015 (Valle dei Templi - Agrigento), Angelica Festival (Bologna - 2016) Bibliography: “Enciclopedia dei compositori contemporanei Italiani” Pagano Edition 1999 “The Penguin Guide to jazz” di Richard Cook & Brian Morton edizionidal 1993 al 2001 Recensioni ed interviste (Le Monde, La Repubblica, Musica Jazz, Jazz Halò, Jazz Around, Herald Tribune, Radio-Corriere TV, ecc……). Didattica: Laboratories of Experimental Music Soundtracks: Fireroad (director Attila Ivan- 2005 Serbia/Ungheria) Radio & Tv: Rai Uno, Rai Tre, Rai Radio Due, Rai Radio Tre, Radio and Tv Bulgara, Radio Belga, BBC Inghilterra, Radio Russa, Radio Svizzera, Radio Francese, Sud-West Funk on Germany, Radio Capodistria, Radio Olandese, Radio Danese, USA Networks,Tv e Radio Serba.

Discografia ufficiale:
1. THE STREET ONE YEAR AFTER – DECEMBER THIRTY JAZZ TRIO
recorded in Catania at Rodberg Studio, August 1990 produced DTJ for Splasc(h) Records (Italia) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass) Francesco Branciamore (drums)
2. CONCERT FOR IBLA – PINO MINAFRA & DECEMBER THIRTY JAZZ TRIO
Recorded at Checco Durante's public theatre, Ragusa Ibla January 10, 1991 produced by Associazione Culturale for Splasc(h) Record (Italia) Pino Minafra (tr.flug.) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Giuseppe Guarrella (db.) Francesco Branciamore (dr.)
3. SICILIAN JAZZ COLLECTION VOLUME 1 – DECEMBER THIRTY JAZZ TRIO
recorded in Pozzallo Studio produced by AMJ Sicilia for Splasc(h) Records (Italia) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Giuseppe Guarrella (db.) Francesco Branciamore (dr.)
4. THE NEW STREET IN OLD CITY – DECEMBER THIRTY JAZZ TRIO
recorded in Milano Barigozzi Studio 1992 Produced by Enrico Fazio & Carlo Actis Dato for CMC Records (Italia) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Giuseppe Guarrella (db.) Francesco Branciamore (dr.)
5. THE KAOS LEGEND – GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI HEREO NONETTO
music by Giorgio Occhipinti recorded 1993/1994 at Festival Ibleo del Jazz produced by Leo Fegin & John Rottiers for Leo Recods Lab (England) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Alberto Mandarini (tr. flug.) Lauro Rossi (trom.ne) Gianni Gebbia (as & ss.) Carlo Actis Dato (bass cl. & bar.sax) Renato Geremia (vio) Giovanni Macciocu (cello) Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass) Vincenzo Mazzone (drums) also Eugenio Colombo as & ss,)
6. LIVE AT FESTIVAL IBLEO DEL JAZZ – GIUSEPPE GUARRELLA PROJECTS
produced by Enrico Fazio & Carlo Acris Dato for CMC Records - recorded at Festival Ibleo del Jazz 1993/1994 Siciilian 4tet Gianni Gebbia (as &ss) Giorgio Occhipinti (p. perc. pipes) Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass) Vittorio Villa (drums, perc. didjeridoo, live elettr.) Progetto Ibleo Gioconda Cilio (v.) Pino Minafra (tr.) Alberto Mandarini (flug.) Lauro Rossi (trom.ne) Eugenio Colombo (fl. sicilian perc.) Stefano Maltese (ss.) Carlo Actis Dato (bass cl.) Renato Geremia (vio) Giovanni Macciocu (cello) Giuseppe Guarrella & Enrico Fazio (double bass) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Francesco Branciamore (perc. live elettr.) Vincenzo Mazzone (drums & perc.)
7. SUDORI – PINO MINAFRA SUD ENSEMBLE
recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milano Produced by Victo (Canada) Pino Minafra (tr. flug. didjeridoo) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Lauro Rossi (trom.ne) Carlo Actis Dato (ten.sax, bar.sax) Daniele Patumi (db.) Vincenzo Mazzone (dr. kettledrums)
8. PING PONG – VINCENZO MAZZONE
Produced by Victo Recods (Canada) feauturing Pino Minafra Sud Ensemble recorded at Sorriso Studio, Bari 1998 Produced by Leo Feigin for Leo Lab (England) Pino Minafra (tr. flug. didjeridoo) Giorgio Occhipinti (p.) Lauro Rossi (trom.ne) Carlo Actis Dato (ten.sax, bar.sax) Daniele Patumi (db.) Vincenzo Mazzone (dr. kettledrums)
9. INCANDESCENCES – THE EUROPEAN DUO
(Jazz Halò Records – Belgio/Belgium 1999) Produced by Jos De Mol & Emile Clemens. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano) - Joelle Léandre (double bass - voice). All compositions by Giorgio Occhipinti & Joelle Léandre
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Recorded at "Wijnendale Castle", Torhout, on May 25, 1997 - Sound Engineer Jos De Mol, Danny Willemyns Editing by Jean-Marc Foussat, Giorgio Occhipinti and Jos De Mol in Paris (France)
10. GLOBAL MUSIC AND CIRCULAR THOUGHT – GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI HEREO NONETTO PLUS CELLOS SEQUENCES (Jazz Halò Records – Belgio/Belgium 2000) Produced by Jos De Mol & Emile Clemens Recorded at "G.C.C.R. Studio", Rosolini (SR), on March 15, 16, 24, 25, 2000 - Sound Engineer Marcello Prati Editing by Jean-Marc Foussat in Paris. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano) - Tiziana Cavaleri (cello) - Vito Amatulli (cello) - Paolo Botti (viola) - Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass), Lauro Rossi (trombone), Luca Calaberse (trumpet & flugehorn), Carlo Actis Dato (bass clarinet), Maurizio Maiorana (voice and clarinet), Francesco Branciamore (drums and kettledrums) All compositions by Giorgio Occhipinti and text by Ermelinda Simona Buccheri
11. SIBILLA – GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI HEREO NONETTO
(Produced by MARGEN MAGAZINE - Spagna 2001) Giorgio Occhipinti (piano) - Tiziana Cavaleri (cello) - Paolo Botti (viola) - Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass), Lauro Rossi (trombone), Luca Calaberse (trumpet & flugehorn), Carlo Actis Dato (bass clarinet), Maurizio Maiorana (voice and clarinet), Francesco Branciamore (drums and kettledrums) Composition by Giorgio Occhipinti and text by Ermelinda Simona Buccheri
12. CANTO LIBERO – BANLIEUES BLEUES QUARTET
Recorded in Paris live au Festival Banlieues Bleues – 2000 produced by Baliueues Bleues Festival for Victo Records (Canada) Pino Minafra (trumpet & flugehorn), Giorgio Occhipinti (piano), Sandro Satta (alto sax), Vincenzo Mazzone (drums, perc.)
13. FREE FOR 3 – DECEMBER THIRTY JAZZ TRIO
(Jazz Halò Records – Belgio/Belgium 2003). All compositions by December Thirty Jazz Trio except tracks 3, 5 by Giorgio Occhipinti, track 8 by Giuseppe Guarrella and track 9 by Francesco Branciamore. Recorded live in Belgium tour 2001. Produced by Jos De Mol & Emile Clemens. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano) - Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass) - Francesco Branciamore (drums)
14. HISTOIRE - GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI GLOBAL MUSIC NONETTO
(Between The Lines - Germania/Germany 2003) Produced by Franz Koglmann. All compositions by Giorgio Occhipinti - Recorded at 4tune Studios, Vienna, October 12 and 14, 2001 - Mixing October 15 and 16, 2001- Sound Engineers: Martin Klebahn and David Petermann. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano, direction, compositions), Sonia Slany (violin), Joanna Lewis (violin), Nico Ciricugno (viola), Tiziana Cavaleri (cello), Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass), Matteo Gallini (soprano and bass clarinet), Olivia Bignardi (soprano and bass clarinet), Antonio Moncada (drums, kettledrums)
15. ACROBATI FOLLI E INNAMORATI - LESS OF FIVE
(NINE WINDS - Stati Uniti d'America/USA 2004) Recorded at Sonora Studio Recording, Scordia(Catania), June, 2002 . Produced by Vinny Golia. Compositions 2,6,7,9,11,12 by Giorgio Occhipinti - 3,4,8,10,by Olivia Bignardi - 1,5,13 by Giuseppe Guarrella - 14,15 by Antonio Moncada Giorgio Occhipinti (piano, preparated piano, percussions, compositions),Olivia Bignardi (alto sax, soprano clarinet, nacchere) Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass), Antonio Moncada (drums).
16. UNOMAGGIO ALL'UTOPIA – ARTISTI VARI
(Sicilia Libertaria - Italy 2004) Compositions by Giorgio Occhipinti Recorded at Sonora Studio Recording, Scordia(Catania) March 2004 Sound Engineer: Vincenzo Cavalli. Produced by Antonio Mainenti. Giorgio Occhipinti Strings Quartet, Giorgio Occhipinti (piano) Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass)
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17. MONK KNOW - KNOW QUARTET
(LABIRINTI SONORI RECORDS - ITALY 2006) Recorded at Sonora Studio Recording, Scordia(Catania), November & December, 2005. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano, preparated piano, percussions, compositions),Stefano Maltese (alto sax, bass clarinet) Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass), Emanuele Primavera (drums). Compositions by Thelonius Monk
18. KEEP UP THE DIALOGUE - FRANCESCO BRANCIAMORE PERFECT QUINTET
Produced by Caligola Records. Recorded Sonoria Studio 2007. Compositions by Francesco Branciamore. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano) Francesco Branciamore (drums, xilophone), Gaetano Cristofaro (ance), Elio Amato (trombone), Giuseppe Guarrella (trombone)
19. RONDA DE MUSICA - GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI
produced by Zimbalam ONLY ON ITUNES, SPOTIFY, CUBO MUSICA, DEEZER ... rcorded in Wien (Austria), Scordia (Italia), Rosolini (Italia) Paris (French) GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI GLOBAL MUSIC NONETTO Giorgio Occhipinti (piano, composizione, direzione) Sonia Slany (violino) Joanna Lewis (violino) Nico Ciricugno (viola) Tiziana Cavaleri (violoncello) Giuseppe Guarrella (contrabbasso) Olivia Bignardi (clarinetti) Matteo Gallini (clarinetti) Antonio Moncada (batteria, timpani) - Giorgio Occhipinti (piano, direction, composition), Antonio Mainenti (voice), Theresa Wong (cello) Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass), Filippo Portera (flute), Emanuele Primavera (drums), ignoto (ghironda) - CELLOS SEQUENCES Tiziana Cavaleri - Vito Amatulli (cellos)
20. MUSECA LUNDENE - VITTORINO CURCI - GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI MOTTETTI
produced by Zimbalam ONLY ON ITUNES, SPOTIFY, CUBO MUSICA, DEEZER Recorded at Sorriso Studio Recording in Bari. all compositions by Giorgio Occhipinti all text by Vittorino Curci. Giorgio Occhipinti (composition and direction), Vittorino Curci (alto sax, reciting voice), Giuseppe Amatulli, Domenico Mastro (violini) Nico Ciricugno (viola) Tiziana Cavaleri, Vito Amatulli (violoncelli), Giuseppe Guarrella (contrabbasso)
21. SIX SEQUENCES - GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI – OLIVIA BIGNARDI
For piano & clarinets produced by Zimbalam ONLY ON ITUNES, SPOTIFY, CUBO MUSICA, DEEZER recorded live at Noto Extra Moenia Festival. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano) Olivia Bignardi (clarinets). all compositions by Giorgio Occhipinti and Olivia Bignardi
22. MOTS REVELEES – GIORGIO OCCHIPINTI
produced by Zimbalam ONLY ON ITUNES, SPOTIFY, CUBO MUSICA, DEEZER recorded at Sonoria Studio in Scordia by Vincenzo Cavalli. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano, voice), Antonio Mainenti (voice) Filippo Portera (alto sax, baritone sax, flute, voice), Theresa Wong (cello, voice), Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass, voice), Emanuele primavera (drums, voice)
23. CHAPTER TWO - LESS OF FIVE
Produced by Claudio Donà for Caligola Records (Italia) – 2017 recorded at Sonoria Studio in Scordia by Vincenzo Cavalli. All compositions by Giorgio Occhipinti, Only one by Giuseppe Guarrella. Giorgio Occhipinti (piano), Gianpiero Fronte (alto & soprano sax), Giuseppe Guarrella (double bass), Emanuele Primavera (drums)

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