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Corti Simone

Score reading

Costaperaria Alessandra

Musical pedagogy (Didactics)

D'Arcano Grattoni Maurizio

Bibliography and Music Librarianship

De Nicolò Roberto

Music theory, solfeggio and melodic dictation

Deidda Alfonso

Musical improvvisation

Son of art, he and the brothers Sandro and Dario are considered among the best realities of Italian jazz. He began very young to study the piano, and then continued with the clarinet to finally pass the alto saxophone to 16 years, an instrument that has never left, following in fact a growing passion for Jazz.

After the Technical Maturity (1989) he graduated in Saxophone (1998) at the Conservatory "G. Martucci" of Salerno, playing in parallel an intense activity of jazz concertist mainly as saxophonist (alto, baritone, soprano and tenor) and pianist, playing however sometimes also flute, bass and soprano clarinet, percussions.

In 2005 he graduated with honors in Jazz Music at the Conservatory "S. Pietro a Majella" of Naples, under the guidance of Maestro Bruno Tommaso and Maestro Pietro Condorelli.

In 1996 he ranks 2nd in the 1st "Massimo Urbani" competition for alto saxophonists, held in Urbisaglia (MC).

He plays in several TV and radio productions, on Rai and Mediaset: Pippo Chennedy Show (1997), Comici (1998), Saranno Maturi (1999), L'Ottavo Nano (2001), Furore (2001 and 2003), Bravo, Grazie! (2004), Attenti a Quei Due (2013), Non Sparate On Pianist (2013).

Since 1998 he plays regularly in the vocalist band Gege Telesforo, recording with him 5 records.

Always attracted by the Afro-Cuban sounds, he formed the band "Cuban Stories" in 1999, also making 2 albums in his name: in 2004 with Groove Master Edition he created "Cuban Stories", in 2012, published by Dodicilune, realizes "Nuevas Huellas" .

In 2015 he made his first recording work (in his name) entitled "Lucky Man", published by JandoMusic, with Fabrizio Bosso, Julian O. Mazzariello, Dario Deidda, Alessandro Paternesi.

From 2005 to 2010 he taught at the "G. Martucci" Conservatory of Salerno, taking courses in Theory and practice of Jazz improvisation.

From 2012 to 2016 he taught Jazz Saxophone at the "J. Tomadini" Conservatory of Udine.

In 2014-15 he was Professor of Musical Improvisation Techniques at the "F. Torrefranca" Consortium of Vibo Valentia.

In 2015-16 he was Professor of Musical Improvisation Techniques at the "C. Pollini" Conservatory of Padua.

From 2016-17 he is Professor of Musical Improvisation Techniques at the "J. Tomadini" Conservatory of Udine.

He is currently part of the project "Soundz For The Children" for Unicef, with the band of Gege Telesforo, and of the project "L'Insiùm" with Glauco Venier and Michele Corcella, a stable creative workshop made up of 12 of the best musicians from all 'Italy.

During his career he has played with internationally renowned jazz musicians including: Mike Stern, Tom Harrell, Jimmy Owens, Lester Bowie, Peter Erskine, Ronnie Cuber, Michel Petrucciani, Mulgrew Miller, Carl Anderson, Carl Allen, Norma Winstone.

Among the various musicians with whom he collaborated are Gegè Telesforo, Gianni Basso, Romano Mussolini, Enrico Rava, Roberta Gambarini, Giovanni Tommaso, Franco D'andrea, Flavio Boltro, Glauco Venier, Maurizio Giammarco, Stefano Di Battista, Dado Moroni, Fabrizio Bosso, Umberto Fiorentino, Antonio Faraò, Danilo Rea, Tullio De Piscopo, Roberto Gatto, Sandro and Dario Deidda, Daniele Scannapieco, Max Ionata, Julian Mazzariello, Domenico Sanna, Andrea Pozza.

Del Cont Adolfo

Accordion

Adolfo Del Cont was born in Aviano (Pn) in 1968. He studied accordion since the age of seven years with S. Cortella and then with B. Flocco. He then followed numerous COURSES PERFEZIONANENTO with prestigious professors, including F. Guerouet (France), L. Gore and P. Soave (USA), R. Tomic (Serbia), J. Mornet (France). He graduated in accordion and piano with highest honors in the conservative state.

He has given numerous concerts throughout Europe, Russia and the US, presenting a vast repertoire Spaziante from baroque to contemporary, even in important international concert seasons: Friends of Music, AGIMUS, Muzicka Omladina of Kragujevac, The Music Center in Detroit (USA), Festival Geilo (Norway) and Nizhny Novgorod (Russia), Carniarmonie, "Summer On The Riviera" (Croatia), etc..

He TRANSCRIBED for classical accordion works by important composers published by Editions Berben in Ancona, and distinguished himself in important INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS for accordion concert performers, including: FIRST PRIZE in 1988 to Camalò (Tv) and the Grand Prix "Lacroix" (St. Etienne - France), in 1990 in Los Angeles (USA) and in 1992 the Tournament Int. Music (TIM).
Second prize in 1987 at the Premio di Castelfidardo (An) and in 1988 at the World Trophy CMA in France. Finalist in Klingenthal, Germany, in 1989.
He is regularly invited as a giury in music conservatories and international competitions.
He has realized various recordings, including the CD "Classic Accordion" - bayan solo, with important works from the Baroque period to contemporary accordion repertoire, presented on RAI Radio Three.
 
Being a TEACHER classical accordion Associazione Musicale Carnia Tolmezzo (Ud), the Annual courses of the Accademia Musicale "La Certosa" Giavera (Tv) and the Conservatory of music "J. Tomadini" of Udine.
Many of his students were winners of international competitions and have graduated in state conservatories, being a classical accordion teacher at the "Associazione Musicale della Carnia" of Tolmezzo (Ud), at the "Amici della musica" school in Villalta di Fagagna (Ud) and at the State Music Conservatory "J. Tomadini" of Udine.

Delle Vedove Beppino

Organ and Organistic Composition
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Nato a Udine nel 1964, ha compiuto gli studi musicali presso il Conservatorio del capoluogo friulano diplomandosi in Organo e Composizione Organistica e in Clavicembalo. In seguito, vari corsi di perfezionamento in Italia, Germania e Svizzera lo hanno portato a contatto con le più grandi personalità del mondo cembalo-organistico: L.F. Tagliavini, S. Innocenti, E. Fadini, M. Radulescu, H. Vogel, M. Chapuis, A. Isoir, J.L.G. Uriol, O. Mischiati e L. Tamminga.

Già docente presso i Conservatori di Piacenza, Cagliari e Palermo, dal 1998 è titolare di cattedra di Organo e Composizione Organistica presso il Conservatorio “Jacopo Tomadini" di Udine. Svolge attività solistica in Italia ed all'estero (Europa, Canada e Stati Uniti) con successo di critica e di pubblico. Ha suonato per l’inaugurazione di organi nuovi e per il restauro di organi antichi.

E’ stato membro di giuria in concorsi nazionali ed internazionali di esecuzione organistica. Ha registrato per la Rai e per varie emittenti private regionali e inciso CD su organi del territorio friulano e siciliano.

Dal 2004 è organista titolare della Cattedrale di Udine. Nel 2007 ha fondato l’Associazione “Accademia Organistica Udinese” per la valorizzazione del patrimonio organario della nostra regione; è ideatore e direttore artistico del Festival Organistico Internazionale Friulano “G.B. Candotti”.

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Music poetry and and musical dramaturgy

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Music history

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Harmony theory and analysis

Faliva Simone

Music informatics
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Born in Camposampiero the 19 th July 1978, Simone studied philosophy at the University of Padua. He studied also Organ and Organ Composition with M° G. Libertucci, Choral and Orchestral Director with A. E. Cetrangolo, Classic Composition with M° C. Scannavini, Electroacoustic Composition with M° V. Murat at the Conservatory “A. Steffani” in Castelfranco Veneto, Piano jazz and sound design with E. Montgomery at the “Berkeley College of Music” in Boston, U.S.A. Between 2003 and 2007 Simone played in Veneto Jazz Festival, Sofia Jazz Peak (Bulgaria), Pistoia Blues (Italy), Jazz Locarno (Switzerland), Distretto Jazz Bilbao (Spain), Atlantis Basler Jazz Woche (Germany), Jazz in Raab (Austria), Summer Jazz Festival (Poland), San Sebastian Jazz Festival (Spain), Jazz Tempo di Rijeka (Croatia), 54th Newport Jazz Festival (Rhode Island). 

From 20010: 1° WCF festival Whington (U.S.A.), EU-wide Festival Bristol (EN), RADICAL dB Festival Zaragoza (ES), Pierrot Lunaire Festival Vienna (A), GRAND THÉÂTRE DE GENÈVE Ginevra (SW), Circuit Bridges Festival New York, (U.S.A) composers’ Association of Serbia Belgrado, Opèra National de Paris (FR), SORKV Festival Mexico, ECTM Berlin Festival (D), ‘Ars Electronica Festivals 2013’Sidney (AU), World Music Day 2012 Bruxelles (NL) and others...

In the meanwhile he arranged and conducted many Italian choirs: “Pueri Cantores Natus Est” in Loreggia, “Toscanini” in Carbonara, “Chiara Genziana” in Resana, “Coro Vivaldi” in Piombino Dese, “Coro Barbarigo” in Padua, “I Fili D’argento” in Camposampiero, “Santa Cecilia” in Santa Giustina in Colle, “Sant’Antonio dell’Arcella” Padua, “Santa Cristina” in Padua, “J. S. Bach” in Padua, “CorOrchestral aism” in Padua and other...

He has been Professor of Computer Music at the Conservatory “G. Verdi” in Como, Conservatory “C. Pollini" in Padua, Conservatory “B. Marcello” in Venice, Nowadays is Professor of Computer Music at the Conservatory “J. Tomadini” in Udine.Simone is also the President of the Association Oscillazioni ONLUS, council member ‘’NUOVO C.D.M.I. (Nuovo Centro Didattico Musicale Italiano) Castelfidardo (AN)’' provincial council member of AISM ONLUS, A.I.D.O ONLUS.  

2008  Golden disc in U.S.A. with the album"La Nassa”

2012 1st Prize at EWM2011 Shanghai (China)
2013 1st Prize at 34th Luigi Russolo Prix (Portugal)
2013 1st Prize at Quods University composition award (Israel)
2014 1st Prize at Metanast at MediaCity in London (UK)
2014 1st Prize at 40th Int. Computer Music Conference (Greece)
2015 1st Prize at New York International Electroacustic Award (U.S.A.)

His music is broadcasted by:
RAI Radio Televisione Italiana
RTé Raidio Teilfis èireann (Ireland)
Opéra National de Paris (France)
Butheater (Austria)

Feruglio Marco

Music theory, solfeggio and melodic dictation