Sat 25 May 2024 – 20:00 – Italian music tribute by Elisa Marangon Quartet


25 May 2024
Aanvang 20:00
Deur open 19:30

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Elisa Marangon, voice
Max de Aloe, chromatic harmonic
Matteo Giudici, guitar
Pietro Aloi, piano

Elisa Marangon is an Italian jazz singer, who has been living in Amsterdam for the past year. On this occasion, she will be performing some of her own compositions, as well as presenting her homage to the Italian Song.
Even though the Italian language will be centre-stage, the audiences will hear songs of various composers whose works have always been a profound source of inspiration for Elisa.

Elisa Marangon – Italian singer/pianist

She studied with Diana Torto and graduated in jazz singing with highest honors, at the Conservatory "G. B. Martini" in Bologna (Italy). She supplements her studies by taking jazz piano lessons with Ramberto Ciammarughi and Roberto Olzer and attending to several seminars including the "Keep an eye Summer Jazz Workshop" at the Amsterdam Conservatory, "Nuoro Jazz" in Italy...

Recently moved to Amsterdam, she is an active musician both in Italy and abroad, playing in various Jazz Clubs, Jazz Festivals and Jazz Festivals, such as at Falkenberg Jazz Festival in Sweden, Torino Jazz Festival (IT), LAC (Switzerland), Tones on the Stones Festival (IT), Festival Mutamenti (IT), Ossola Guitar Festival (IT), Ambria Jazz Festival (IT), Midnight Jazz Festival in Milan (IT), Torino Jazz Club (IT), Bonaventura Jazz Club in Milan (IT), Jazz in Bess in Lugano (Switzerland), 67 Jazz Club (IT), Garage Moulinski (IT), Jazz'Appeal (IT), Circolo delle Quinte in Rome (IT), Novara Jazz (IT), Biella Jazz Club (IT).

She recorded six albums as a singer and one as a singer-pianist, together with the Canova Trio feat. Fulvio Sigurtà ("Agata", Filibusta Records 2022).
Among the various collaborations: Fabrizio Bosso, Ramberto Ciammarughi, Ewan Svensson, Fulvio Sigurtà, Mauro Negri, Marco Micheli, Yuri Goloubev, Roberto Olzer, Riccardo Fioravanti, Francesco D'Auria, Attilio Zanchi, Jonathan Williams, Deobrat e Prashant Mishra, Rudy Migliardi, Max De Aloe, Michele Gori...