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Di Terra

by Di Terra Trio

An innovative piano/bass/drums trio, well organized born from several meetings, with an intense interplay and a beautiful and interesting atmosphere
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Right Out of Earth
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2. What We Eat
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3. Prime Cose Che Vedi
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4. Iya
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5. Super Contact (this Is For Radio Canal Revelation)
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6. Passi (sedimental Traveller)
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7. Djinn
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8. Sif
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9. Casa Terra
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10. Reg
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11. Wake Up and Have An Appetite
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Alberto Braida (pianist, improviser and composer) was born in 1966.

Began his piano studies when he was seven years old. He obtained a diploma at the Conservatory "G. Nicolini" in Piacenza.

He has been focused since the beginning on improvisation and its relationship with composition.

Braida has collaborated and played with musicians and composers such as Wadada Leo Smith, Lisle Ellis, Peter Kowald, Jack Wright, Paul Lovens, Wolfgang Fuchs, John Edwards, Wilbert De Joode, John Butcher, Gino Robair, Hans Koch, Giancarlo Locatelli, Ab Baars, Fabrizio Spera, George Cremaschi, Ig Henneman, John Hughes, Liz Albee, Fabio Martini, Edoardo Marraffa, Antonio Borghini, Cristiano Calcagnile, Gianfranco Tedeschi, Sabina Mayer, Michael Thieke, Alessandro Bosetti, Jeff Arnal, Michael Griener, Alexander Frangheneim, Filippo Monico, Massimo Falascone, Lars Scherzberg, Luca Venitucci and many other.

He played in Milano ("Festival milanese della musica d'improvvisazione", "Pulsi" festival), Lodi ("ContemporaneaMente" festival), Rome (Controindicazioni), Berlin (Total Music Meeting, Tasten festival), Hamburg, Hannover, Cologne, Oberhausen, Locarno, The Haag (Interactivity 05), Delft, Venice (Risonanze), London (Free Radicals at the Red Rose), Wells (Music Unlimited Festival XIX - Austria), Nickelsdorf (Konfrontationen), San Francisco, Olimpia College, Portland, New York (Improvised and Otherwise Festival 2003), Boston, Baltimore, Bennington College and many other places.

Braida is one of the curators of the contemporary and improvised music festival "ContemporaneaMente" in Lodi and he serves as teacher (piano, harmony and improvisation) at the musical institute "F. Gaffurio" in Lodi

Lisle Ellis is a multifaceted creator whose work reflects his interests in music, visual art, computers/technology, and community. As a composer and improvisor-bassist his oeuvre spans three decades and two countries and has brought him international recognition as an artist with an exceptional vision. Some critics consider him to possess an important voice and to have made a significant contribution to the field of experimental music. Recent years have also brought him attention as a creator of computer/electronic music and as a visual artist.

Ellis began playing electric bass in his teens and worked professionally from an early age in numerous environments including studios, radio & tv shows, and even strip clubs. When his teacher and mentor, Walter Robertson, suddenly died in 1974, Ellis abandoned his studies at a music conservatory in Vancouver, Canada in favor of the seminal, and now legendary, Creative Music Studio in New York. There, over a period of several years, he had intimate contact with the vital NYC music scene at a time of surging changes and extraordinary developments.

Lisle Ellis, as the 1986 winner and first recipient of Canada's prestigious Frederick Stone Award -- given annually to a musician for integrity and innovation -- affirms the pioneering role he played in the development of improvised and experimental music in his native Canada. Particularly, in Vancouver in the early 1980's, and the late 80's in Montreal, Ellis was a conspicuous activator of musician alliance organizations, performance venues, and concert series presentations. One collective in particular, Vancouver's New Orchestra Workshop, is still active nearly thirty years later.

Almost immediately after relocating to the United States in 1992, Ellis's music began to attract attention and acclaim on a global level. His recording, Kaleidoscopes: The Ornette Coleman Songbook (Hat Art), with pianist Paul Plimley, was given five stars in Downbeat Magazine and has been hailed as a modern masterpiece.

Ellis's distinct instrumental voice has been heard in a multitude of concerts on the world stage in the company of legends of the avant-garde such as Paul Bley, Peter Broetzmann, Andrew Cyrille, Joe Mcphee, and Cecil Taylor; leading contemporary players Marilyn Crispell, Dave Douglas, Fred Frith, and John Zorn, and on more than 40 recordings for international labels such as Black Saint, DIW, and Hat Art, and New World.

Currently, Ellis's principal interest is in developing an electro-acoustic architecture he calls string-circuitry-confluence. Secondary to that are projects such as his long standing trio with Larry Ochs and Donald Robinson called What We Live, Di Terra, an Italy based trio with Alberto Braida and Fabrizio Spera, and duos with pianists Paul Plimley and Mike Wofford.

Ellis lives in New York City.

Since the end of the eighties Fabrizio Spera is active as musician and organizer in the field of experimental music with a special interest in free improvisation.

He played and collaborated with, among others: Mike Cooper, Peter Kowald, Wolfgang Fuchs, Otomo Yoshihide, Jon Rose, Tim Hodgkinson, Thomas Lehn, Jean Marc Montera, Tom Cora, Elio Martusciello, Conrad Bauer, Tristan Honsinger, Werner Ludi, John Butcher, John Edwards, Ab Baars, Rhodri Davies, Marc Wastell, Lol Coxhill, Chris Cutler, Mario Schiano, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Guido Mazzon, Sebi Tramontana, Martin Tétreault, Michel Doneda, Jérome Noetinger, Burkhard Beins Saadet Turkoz, Hans Koch, Martin Schuetz, Larry Ochs, Lisle Ellis, Wadada Leo Smith. Some of his current groups are Ossatura; Blast with Dirk Bruinsma, Frank Crjins, Paed Conca; Viktoria Frey (H. Eisler songs) with Sabina Meyer, Lauro Rossi, Fabrizio Puglisi; Lingua Wolfgang Fuchs with Thomas Lehn, Trio with John Butcher and John Edwards, RARA ensemble; Di Terra, trio with Alberto Braida and Lisle Ellis.

He played in festivals like: Controindicazioni (Rome, Italy), London Musician’s Collective (London, UK), Europa Jazz Festival (Noci, Italy), Musique Actuelle (Victoriaville, Quebec), Angelica (Bologna, Italiy), Musique Action (Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy, France), Jazzhaus Festival (Cologne, Germany), Synthese (Bourges, France), Musique Innovatrices (Saint-Étienne, France), Humannoise Congress (Wiesbaden, Germany), Tampere Jazz Happenings (Tampere, Finland), Alternativa (Prague, Hungary), Fruits de Mhere (Mhere, France), Total Music Meeting (Berlin, Germany), Yokohama Jazz promenade (Yokohama, Japan), Nits de Musica (Barcelona, Spain), Ring Ring (Belgrade, Serbia), Mix 02 (Århus, Denmark), Densité (Fresnes en Woevre, France), November Music (Ghent, Belgium).


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