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Gabriele Mirabassi

born on 16/9/1967 in Perugia, Umbria, Italy

Links www.gabrielemirabassi.com (Italian)

Gabriele Mirabassi

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Gabriele Mirabassi is an Italian jazz clarinetist. He was born in 1967 in Perugia and is a graduate of the Morlacchi conservatory in that city.[1] Mirabassi is active in contemporary music and is one of the founders of the Artisanat Furteux Ensemble.

He formed his own jazz quartet in 1989. Mirabassi was member of the Rabih Abou-Khalil group, has played at the major Italian jazz festivals and has toured internationally. He was the winner of the Top Jazz award for new talent in 1996. "Canto di Ebano" is considered his best album so far. Gabriele Mirabassi also develop an important research about Brazilian music, specially the choro, with regular visits to Brazil.

Discography

  • Electroacoustic Quartetto, 1990
  • Coloriage with Richard Galliano, 1992
  • Pyromaniax, 1993
  • Fiabe with Stefano Battaglia, (Egea, 1995)
  • Come una volta with Gianni Coscia, Battista Lena, Enzo Pietropaoli, (Egea, 1996)
  • Duty free, 1997
  • Cambaluc with Richard Galliano, Battista Lena, Giovanni Mirabassi, Riccardo Tesi, (Egea, 1997)
  • Velho retrato with Sergio Assad, (Egea, 1999)
  • Racconti meditarranei, 2000
  • Lo Stortino with Luciano Biondini, Francesco D'Auria, Michel Godard, (Egea, 2000)
  • Luna Park with Giampaolo Casati, Rossano Emili, Massimo Pirone, Roberto Rossi, Pietro Tonolo, (Egea, 2000)
  • 1 - 0 (Una a Zero) with Luciano Biondini, Michel Godard, Patrick Vaillant, (Egea, 2001)
  • New Old Age with John Taylor, Steve Swallow, 2002
  • Fuori le Mura, (Egea, 2003)
  • Latakia Blend with Luciano Biondini, Michel Godard, 2004
  • Graffiando Vento with Guinga, (Dunya, 2007)
  • Canto di Ebano (Egea, 2008)
  • Miramari with Andre Mehmari, 2009
  • Um Brasil Diferente with Roberto Taufic, 2014

References

  1. ^ Huey, Steve. "Biography: Gabriele Mirabassi". AMG. Retrieved 10 May 2010. 

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