Biography

Fabio di Biase

Pianist composer

The first classical studies in Foggia. An astonishing concert of Michel Petrucciani in Bologna in 1997 and initiation to jazz with the decisive lessons of Davide Santorsola.
The notes of Orsara Jazz, the atmosphere of Umbria Jazz Clinics.
The jam session and the maestros of the Boston Berklee School.
Then a brief pause. Until the new course, the new life blood, the rebirth of a passion which has never disappeared.
Angelo Nasuto and the two parallel tracks: jazz and classical music. Which at the end become reconciled, meet and characterise.

Fabio di Biase

Pianist composer

The first classical studies in Foggia. An astonishing concert of Michel Petrucciani in Bologna in 1997 and initiation to jazz with the decisive lessons of Davide Santorsola.
The notes of Orsara Jazz, the atmosphere of Umbria Jazz Clinics.
The jam session and the maestros of the Boston Berklee School.
Then a brief pause. Until the new course, the new life blood, the rebirth of a passion which has never disappeared.
Angelo Nasuto and the two parallel tracks: jazz and classical music. Which at the end become reconciled, meet and characterise.

"I live and I put my life into music.
I express it, music helps me give shape to my life”

My music springs from three different sources which all flow into my creations.
Jazz, the rarefied language of the cinema and an inspiring muse, always present. That which surrounds us without our noticing it, that which we call nature.
Ennio Morricone, Vangelis, John Williams.
who have given music to dreams, paintings and tracks in films. They are the people who made a mark on my experience in music.

But I haven’t even ignored the Italian song writer/singer.
Lucio Dalla, Claudio Baglioni, Lucio Battisti, Francesco De Gregori.
Pop, the period that was, the Seventies: they are there too.
My jazz is Bill Evans, Michel Petrucciani, Charlie Parker.
 
 

“To dream, ramble, remember. This is what listening to music gives me”