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Lunedì 8 aprile 2013 - alle ore 21:30 - Al Vecchio Tagliere Zanica - Serata Jazz -FIRSTINSPIRATION - In anteprima esclusiva per Bergamo, la presentazione del nuovo progetto discografico di Silvia Infascelli con un quartetto di artisti di levatura internazionale.

Al Vecchio Tagliere di Zanica
Via Libertà 87 Zanica (BG)
Tel .035 675002


Silvia Infascelli vocals
Frank Harrison piano
Yuri Goloubev double bass
Asaf Sirkis drums



"Musica e Poesia ispirano il mio percorso, da Abbey Lincoln a Carole King, da Joni Mitchell a Wayne Shorter…accanto alle mie composizioni inedite, dalle prime alle più recenti. Ho la gioia e l'onore di condividere questo nuovo viaggio con grandi Musicisti"

"Music and Poetry keep inspiring my path, from Abbey Lincoln to Carole King, from Joni Mitchell to Wayne Shorter… from my first to my latest and recent unpublished compositions. I have the pleasure and the honor to share this new journey with great Musicians”

SILVIA INFASCELLI “ She sings with an attractive tuneful voice, building her repertoire largely from her own compositions”
(SINGING JAZZ - B.Crowther& M.Pinfold)

Silvia Infascelli starts her musical path in 1980, at the Fiesole School of Music (Florence, Italy), studying oboe. Later, she begins on studying vocal techniques with Soprano Mary Lindsey. She attends various Workshops on Improvisation and Jazz singing with Maggie Nichols, Ellen Christy, Jay Clayton, E. Howard, Mark Murphy, Franco D’Andrea, Bob Stoloff, at the AIMRA (Jazz Music School in Lyon, FRANCE), and at GMF Summer School in Croatia. Besides, she needs to expand her musical knowledge, attending courses for theory and solfege ( Bergamo Conservatory), Rohmert Voice Functional Method (Giuseppe Costi), Lyrical Singing (Jasmina Radanovich) and Armonic Singing (Tran Quang Hai). She also attends Stages for Singing Teachers (Paolo Zedda), and Vocal Training (Maurizio Zappatini, Nino Tagliareni). She takes part as finalist in National Jazz Contests ( Forlì, Rome, Milan); in 1991 she attends the International Stage for Jazz and Vocal Singing ( Loano, Italy), with Tiziana Ghiglioni, Gabriella Ravazzi, Steve Lacy and Mal Waldron, where she is awarded a Bursary. In 1992 she wins First Prize at Ispra International Jazz Contest.
Since 1990 she gives concerts and takes part to many Jazz Festivals (in Italy, France, Switzerland, Czech Republic), working too at original discographic projects, ( “BLUE TRACKS” and “NUDA TERRA” ) as leader of a quintet and a trio, where she’s also composer of music and lyrics. Besides, collaborations with the Ensemble Mobile Orchestra (Directors Giorgio Gaslini, Roger Rota, Corrado Guarino,), with soloists Paolo Fresu, Enrico Rava, Tino Tracanna, G.Luigi Trovesi.
Moreover, collaborations with several Music Schools, and Workshops (as Bergamo Conservatory, ENTROJAZZ Festival), as Jazz Singing and Vocal Improvisation Teacher.
Silvia Infascelli “ BLUE TRACKS” Cdpm Lyon, G.Gaslini- Ensemble Mobile“ Jelly’s back in town “ DDQ,
Aura Trio “Nuda Terra” Map

FRANK HARRISON “Frank Harrison is one of the most talented young musicians I have heard” (Ronnie Scott)
Frank Harrison took up the piano at 11, and began playing gigs when he was 15. After taking up a scholarship at Berklee School Of Music, Boston, he returned to the UK and joined Gilad Atzmon’s band. In 2000 they started the Orient House Ensemble, with whom Frank has recorded seven albums, including BBC Jazz Album Of The Year 2003, Exile. The band regularly tours Europe, playing at major Jazz and World music festivals. Frank has also performed with Peter King, Julian Arguelles, Julian Siegel, Don Weller, Alan Barnes, John Etheridge, Louis Stewart and Iain Ballamy. In 2006 Frank formed a trio with drummer Stephen Keogh and bassist Aidan O’Donnell. Their debut album, First Light, launched to critical acclaim and they have since toured regularly in Europe and the Far East, as well as collaborating with special guests such as Louis Stewart and Tina May.

YURI GOLOUBEV “a beacon of light for true music.”(Dave Liebman)
Born in Moscow, Russia, in 1972. After many years of a splendid career in classical music, since his moving to Italy in december 2004 dedicates himself exclusively to performing and composing jazz that he has been playing and composing alongside with his classical activities for some years and considers as his true call. In his "adopted home", Italy, collaborates with such important figures of Italian and European jazz scene as ..Enrico Pieranunzi, Franco Cerri, Bebo Ferra, Glauco Venier, Claudio Fasoli, Giovanni Falzone, Paolo Birro, Guido Manusardi, Massimo Colombo, Gianni Cazzola, David Boato, Antonio Zambrini, Massimo Manzi.. and many others. At the same time peforms with some of the important international jazz artists as ..Klaus Gesing, Franco Ambrosetti, Gwilym Simcock, Asaf Sirkis, Ron Horton, Mike Serin, Will Holshouser, Michael Rosen, Alejandra Martin.

ASAF SIRKIS ....''Devastatingly creative'” (John Fordham, The Guardian 2008)
Born in 1969 in Petah-Tikva, Israel, Asaf later moved to the town of Rehovot, where he lived amongst people from North Africa, east and central Europe, and the Middle East. Living in Shaarayim, the Yemenite neighbourhood in Rehovot, Asaf was particularly drawn to Yemenite culture, music, and rhythms.
At the age of 12 Asaf began drum lessons, while also having a strong interest in playing electric bass. The music that influenced Asaf at the time still influences his writing and playing till this day; The Beatles, Police, Yes, Genesis, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Allan Holdsworth, and Weather Report to name a few.
In April 1999 he settled to London. In London, Asaf very soon become a part of the UK Jazz and world music scene. Soon after arriving to the UK Asaf re-formed the Inner Noise band with Steve Lodder on Organ and Mike Outram on Guitar. In 2000 Asaf met Gilad Atzmon, which was to be a start of a creative musical collaboration that remains to this day. With Atzmon they formed The Orient House Ensemble. This band has now recorded 6 albums . The OHE performs regularly in many high profile festival and venues in the UK and in Europe.
Asaf is also working regularly with the Larry Coryell’s ‘Power Trio’ , Nicolas Meier Group, and with John Law’s Art Of Sound trio as well as working with other artists such as: Mark Egan, Dave Liebman, David Binney, Gary Husband, John Taylor, Norma Winstone, Andy Sheppard, Lenny Stern, Paul Bollenback (NY), Julian Siegel, Dan Stern, Peter King, Stan Sulzman, Barbaros Erkose (Turkey), Ari Brown (Chicago), Bela Szakcsi-Lokatos (Hungary), Glauco Venier (Italy), Yuri Goloubev (Russia), Klaus Gesing (Austria), Christoph Spendel (Germany), Eyal Maoz (NY), Carlos Barretto (Portugal), Simon Fisher Turner, Phil Robson, Arnie Somogyi, Martin Speake, Mark Latimer, Reem Kelani, Christine Tobin, Nicolas Meier, Tom Art