David Linx

David Linx is considered one of the most important singers on the contemporary jazz scene.

His best-known project is the one linking him with pianist and composer Diederik Wissels, but his artistic journey, his ever-original style, and his relentless activity over the years have led him to collaborate with the best exponents of the international scene including Roy Ayers, Oumou Sangaré, Meshell Ndegeocello, Steve Coleman, Count Basie Orchestra, Ivan Lins, Sheila Jordan, Kenny Wheeler, Toots Thielemans, Billy Cobham, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Omara Portuondo, Marc Ribot, Nguyên Lê, Ibrahim Maalouf, Lenine, Miroslav Vitous, and Hamilton de Holanda, not to mention collaborations with Italian musicians such as Maria Pia de Vito, Paolo Fresu and Cristina Zavalloni, to name a few.

David Linx, teaches at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels where he has been head of the jazz vocal department since 1993.In his career, he has made more than 20 records, produced young artists and composed music for film, including those for Zézé Gamboa’s 2005 Robert Redford Sundance Film Festival winner “O Heroi.”

In addition to the many awards and honors, David Linx sang the national anthem before the King and Queen of Belgium and more than 800,000 people for his country’s 175th anniversary.

Fabrizio Bosso

Fabrizio BossoIn 1999, Fabrizio Bosso was awarded TOP JAZZ as “Best New Talent,” a prestigious award obtained through the historic Musica Jazz magazine referendum. Later, he was noticed by Enrico Pieranunzi, one of the world’s most renowned pianists, who recruited him into his group. This collaboration led to the publication of “Enrico Pieranunzi & Horns:...

Niccolò Fabi

Niccolò FabiNiccolò Fabi emerged on the Italian music scene with the success of his first single “Dica…” in 1996, which opened the door for him at the 1997 Sanremo Festival, where he won the Critics’ Award in the Newcomers Category with “Capelli.” Shortly thereafter he released his first album “The Gardener,” followed by the single...

Saturnino

SaturninoSince 1991, Saturnino has been Jovanotti‘s bass player, whom he met in a recording studio in Milan. Together they have written numerous hits, including “Courage,” “Brute,” “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Lucky Boy,” “I Don’t,” “Rap Serenade,” “Plug Me in,” “Soleluna,” “For You,” “Save Me,” “Think Positive.” “The Navel of the World,” “High Noon,” “Safari,” “The...

Paolo Fresu

Paolo FresuPaolo Fresu began the study of music at the age of eleven, playing in the “Bernardo De Muro” music band in Berchidda, where he acquired the first theoretical and technical concepts fundamental to the conservatory. Later moving to Sassari, he attended the Luigi Canepa Conservatory and discovered his main passion: jazz. In 1982, he...

Rosario Giuliani

Rosario GiulianiRosario Giuliani in 1996 won the “Massimo Urbani” award, while the following year he won the “Europe Jazz Contest” award in Belgium for best soloist and best group. In 2000 he won the Top Jazz in the new talent category for the annual referendum of the trade magazine “Musica Jazz.” His collaborations are countless....

Lionel Loueke

Lionel LouekeLionel Loueke (Benin, 1973) is a Beninese jazz guitarist and composer. Born in Benin, Lionel studied music first in Paris then in the United States, in Boston, at Berklee College of Music and at the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz in Los Angeles. It was during his studies at the Monk Institute that he...

Barbara Casini

Barbara CasiniBarbara Casini, singer, guitarist and songwriter, has dedicated more than 30 years to the study and dissemination of Brazilian popular music. With long stays in Brazil, she has delved into the culture of this vast country, earning the esteem of local artists who consider her an ambassador of their music to the world. A...

Jens Nørholm

Jens NørholmJens Nørholm has a solid foundation in rhythm music, primarily as a pianist but also as a drummer, composer and arranger. His main musical language ranges from classical jazz to R/B and Brazilian jazz. Jens has been taught by artists such as Carl Schoeder, Butch Lazy, Ed Thigpen, and Bo Steif. In new trends...

Dario Deidda

Dario DeiddaDario Deidda coming from a family of musicians, at the age of six he began studying piano with his father and siblings and then became passionate about drums and finally electric bass. At the age of thirteen, he enrolled at the Giuseppe Martucci Conservatory of Salerno in the classical double bass course where he...

Kurt Rosenwinkel

Kurt RosenwinkelIn 1995, Kurt Rosenwinkel received the Composer’s Award from the National Endowment for the Arts and signed a contract with Verve Records. He has since collaborated with the likes of Mark Turner, Brad Mehldau and many others, both as a leader and accompanist. His 2005 album, “Deep Song,” features Mehldau and Joshua Redman. Among...

keyboard_arrow_up