Don't miss the opportunity to meet one of the bassists that wrote Italian's pop music history with his solid own basslines and one of the most active Italian teaching musicians, recognized as Italy's "best double bassist","best studio bassist" and "best Jazz/Fusion bassist".
During his workshop Massimo will discuss with Marco and you all about the musician job from when he started until now and how the Music transformation from analog to digital dramatically changed this kind of job.
Massimo is gonna follow a path starting from Italian jazz after the war, to Chet Baker, to Mina, to Morricone and to free jazz….everything explained through stories about the 350 records he recorded with many artists I also tour with (Lelio Luttazzi, Sellani, Arigliano, Mina, P. Woods, C. Baker, Trovajoli) explaining how important is making music together not marginalizing any music genre.
Of course he's gonna play some songs about what he's talking about.
He’ll play with his trio feat. Egidio Marchitelli on guitar and Pierpaolo Ferroni on drums, and a special presence by the very talented singer Emilia Zamuner.
FREE EVENT | LIMITED CAPACITY
***** SOLD OUT *****
Livestream on www.facebook.com/markbassamps - starts at 20:30 (8:30pm Italian Time)
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