ALL THE CONCERTS of ITALIAN JAZZ DAYS 2012
10/08/12 Antonio Ciacca Big Band - New York - DIZZY'S Coca-Cola
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Antonio Ciacca has been appointed Artist-in-Residence at the Setai Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York. Beginning April 1, 2011, Ciacca will present his trio and quatet, as well as curate concerts featuring some of New York's finest jazz musicians, every night of the week as a part of Jazz at Setai. Performances begin at 8:00 p.m., and are free to the public.
In addition to Ciacca’s performances, additional featured artists include the Spike Wilner Quartet, the Ehud Asherie Quartet, and the Jeremy Manasia Quartet. For a complete calendar of Jazz at Setai events, click on the below link.
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Curated by pianist and composer Antonio Ciacca, the live music series Italian Jazz Days showcases the rich heritage of jazz in Italy by presenting Italian and American jazz artists in collaboration at venues throughout New York City from October 1 through October 9, 2011.
Originating with the Italian Cultural Institute and produced by TwinsMusic Enterprises, Italian Jazz Days enters its third year of celebrating Italy’s jazz heritage in a series of exciting events at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola, the Setai Fifth Avenue Hotel, and Smalls Jazz Club. In addition to Ciacca, featured artists this year include such jazz luminaries as Joe Magnarelli, John Patitucci, and George Garzone.
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As jazz forges ahead into the 21st Century, the music so deeply rooted in AfroAmerican culture has successfully spread its branches all over the world, giving the art form a truly international character. While hundreds jazz musicians from the United States regularly perform throughout Europe,