Mario Rosini
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Where are you located?
Italy
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist
Tell us a little about your background...
Been Born to Gioia Del Colle (Ba) Italy November 6 th 1963, sign zodiacale Scorpio.
Teacher of the desk of Song Jazz near the Conservatory Paisiello of Taranto (Italy)      
1984 7s year of principal piano near the Conservatory “N. Piccinni “of Bari (Italy).
1990 attainment of the scholarship of the Beerklee College of Music for the course of keyboards and computer held by Joe Zawinul and Dan Mash.
2004 Second classified to the 54° Festival of the Italian song of Sanremo with the song “Sei la vita mia “and third classified for the prize of the criticism “Mia Martini “.
2008/"09/"10 Presiedent of the Committee Artistic of the prestigious Prize Mia Martini
From the discography its Musical flightiness to 360° is deduced, spacing from the italian Pop, Funk, Hip Hop, Jazz, New Age, Sacred, he has also engraved in 1989 on vinyl a 33giri of music for documentaries and report for the Fonit Cither Rai, from 1990 to 1993 it spaces in the New Age music for the Freeland of Sergio Pisano with the supervision, collaboration and production of Pino Daniele with the album s “Magamusica" special Drums Guest Star Billy Cobham, Aura Sonorous special Guests Stars Rossana Gasale and Mick Goodrick and Mediterranean Centrale“,special Guitar Guest Star Pino Daniele, in 2000 single pop"Liberi" edit. Caliel Torino, 2004 edit Café Concerto Italia di Federico Monti Arduini, executive producer, single pop "Sei la vita mia", 2005 albums pop "Cercando te", 2006 pop individuals "Sexy Sexy" and "Non sarò/Lei",  October2006 entirely goes out the first album jazz "Be my love", only piano , september 2007 for the radios the new individual "Innamorarmi  ancora", february 2008 album Pop "Volare in Alto", september 2009 album Jazz"All by myself".
 Its musical tastes space from Stevie Wonder (idol) to the classical composer Debussy.
Numerous they are the concerts in Plazas and Italian Club besides the various television shares.
Has opened the concerts of Michael Bublè and Al Jarreau; in concert with Bobby McFerrin; Dionne Warwick; Toots Thielemans; Gino Vannelli 2010 in Milan "Blue Note" and Rome "The Place"; it is exhibited in the U.S.A to Atlantic City "Taj Mahal Arena Theatre"; Rome to the “Piper”; Milan “Delicatessen of the music “; Rome al  “The Place “; Rivoli (To) to the Maison Musique and Messina to the Gardens Coral "Tribute to Mia Martini"; Napoli al Noir Jazz Club; Milan for Milan Gospel Festival with the Wanted Chorus; Milan to the Blue Note; Roma House Of the Jazz; Rome Alexanderplatz Jazz Club; Rome, Plaza St. Pietro to the presence of the SS Padre Pope Karol Wojtyla on the occasion of the XIXa world day of the youth, interpreting a beautiful liturgical passage “your love is great “of the National Service of the music and the song of the Renewal in the Spirit Saint with which he has collaborated in two albums; Ischia (Na) to the 2nd Edition Film Music Fest 2004 of Pascal Vicedomini; it covers the role of protagonist in the musical work “Eleven the musical “of Michael Santeramo; Capri (Na) 2006 are musical guest to the eleventh edition “Hollywood International Film Festival “party of the International cinema; ; 12 October '07 with the first one in the Theater Francis Cilea of Reggio Calabria and to follow in the most important Theaters of the peninsula the Recital departs with Giancarlo Giannini and Silvia De Santis "Ritornare a Sud" of Marcello Veneziani regal Cosimo Damiano Damato, Mario as pianist and singer performs music of Franco Battiato Jazz version.”

In tour with
1984 The Passengers; 1986 / '87 Ann Oxa; 1994 Grazia Di Michele; 1995 Mia Martini; 1997 Rossana Casale; 1998 Rossana Casale and Tosca; 1999 Irenes Grandi and Alex Britti;2000 Neri per Caso; 2002 / '03 Rossana Casale; 2003 JSOs Jazz Lepore study Orchestra; 2003 GianniCiardo&Friends; s 2004 Mario Rosini tours “my roads”; Gino Vannelli european tour 2010:
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
I feel me as my house is beautiful to share the passion of the jazz with artists of the whole world
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Vocalist, Piano
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http://www.mariorosini.info
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cd Jazz project2 "ALL BY MYSELF 2009"

Every single voice you hear is the result of many voice-debuttings Rosini made by himself, creating, together with his piano performances, a product every jazz lover must have.

cd jazz "BE MY LOVE 2006"

This solo CD is infused with the most unique piano jazz improvisations I’ve heard recorded in years. Mario Rosini, a professor of music and a pianist in Italy, is exceptionally talented, as his riffs take off from the ballad, but never lose the intrinsic theme. Rosini includes rapturous standards, likeSomeday My Prince Will Come and Here’s that Rainy Day. He even adds his own Tango composition, with the authentic rhythms and tones of the genre.

Notable Tracks:

#4 - 02.00 pm - Composed by Mario Rosini. Rosini has composed a cheerful, spritely piece, with lyrical syncopation and swinging motifs. He races about the keyboard, almost to its conclusion, in melodic animation. The presentation is imbued with euphoric jubilation.

#5 – Softly As In a Morning Sunrise - Composed by O. Hammerstein and S. Romberg. With rapid, winding trills, Rosini enhances this standard with contemporary skill, building on musical fragments and twisting them into a seamless, surprise-filled serenade. Rosini plays with a clear, energetic style that’s often missing in solo piano ballads. He grabs the listener’s imagination.

#8 – Mr. Tanghero - Composed by Mario Rosini. With a hint of Piazzolla, Rosini is clearly in his element in Nuevo Tango Jazz. Although the music is not danceable, it’s surely evocative of a smoky Buenos Aires Milonga. The track is brief, like a dance, and serves as a window into Rosini’s inspiration.

#9 - Here’s that Rainy Day - Composed by J. Burke and J. Van Heusen. Rosini’s interpretation of this usually melancholy ballad has upbeat ornamentations and jazzy refrains. His fingers dance with amazing speed and precision.
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Bobby McFerrin

RadioMontecarlo Nick The Nightfly

Michael Bublè

Billy Cobham

Al Jarreau

Al Jarreau

Joe Zawinul

Umbria Jazz (Italy) Joe Zawinul

Pino Daniele

Rossana Casale

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At 3:36am on February 23, 2010, Cres O'Neal said…
Just stopped by to take in some great sounds,

Love it!!!
Cres
At 7:16pm on October 4, 2009, Shashona said…
Oh My... What wonderful sounds coming from this page!!! Thanks so much for sending me an add! I would love to speak to you regarding airtime if your interested. Spectacular!!
Yours in the music
Shashona
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At 2:25pm on September 25, 2009, Cres O'Neal said…
Hey Mario:

Thanks for keeping in touch. Currently working on my new CD. I've had to postpone the release for one reason or another. Hopefully thi means that it will be a knock out. LOL We'll talk again soon.

The music is still going strong!!

Take care,
Cres
At 2:52pm on September 21, 2009, Patty Fanelli said…
Hi Mario,

It was so good to hear from you, thanks for thinking of me.
I've been listening to your music for about 45 minutes, just sort of meandering through your site. I am absolutely blown away by your incredible talent-- your piano playing and your soft and mellow voice. If I were only in Italy to take adantage of hearing you live, it would be wonderful. I would love to purchase your "Be My Love" CD. Great songs, Here's That Rainy Day, is one of my favorite tunes.

I had the pleasure of being in an audience of Jazz trumpeter, Chris Botti, recently at a winery in Temecula, CA. Is he well known in Italy? Other than than, just getting out to hear some local jazz and singing when the occasion arises.

By the way, my husband has relatives in Palermo. My grandparents came to America from Benevento, Italy.

Stay well.
Patty
At 1:40pm on September 18, 2009, Vaughnette Bigford said…
love your stuff Mario.......love it
At 1:08pm on September 18, 2009, Audrey Silver said…
Thanks for the friend invite. Your music is phenomenal! So happy to be introduced to it.
At 8:48pm on February 6, 2009, Patty Fanelli said…
Hi Mario...I found you by accident, but am so glad I did.
You are so wonderfully talented and a real gift to thisJazz Network. Really beautiful sounds here.

Patty Fanelli
At 11:09am on January 4, 2009, LUCAS said…
Greetings Mario!

Absolute pleasure listening to your wonderful music.
Beautiful, sensitive, soul-full sounds!

All the best in 2009!
Peace! & Respect!
-Lucas
At 9:54am on December 23, 2008, HAROLD HAITY said…
Hello Mario,
Wishing you and all your beloved ones a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.




Harold Haity
At 12:39pm on November 17, 2008, HAROLD HAITY said…
Hey man Mario, you sound very beautiful.
I love that.
Thanks for our friendship.
Have a great week.
Harold
 
 
 

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