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Alessandro Minetto, Profile:

Jazz Drummer Born in Alessandria on june the 23th 1969 begins his music studies at the age of 15 attending the drum classes of acknowledged italian teachers like: Alberto Bucci, Giorgio Gandino, Marco Volpe, Bruno Astesana and Maurizio Planker. Starts his professional career at the age of 22 performing in Italy and foreign countries.

From '94 tilt nowadays, He performed live in many foreign countries such as Holland, Brasil, Viet Nam, France, England, Germany, Austria, Turkey, Swizerland, Etiopia, Japan and in all Italy.
He plyed in several festival such as: London Jazz Festival, Jvc Festival Torino, Villa Celimontana, Ha-Noi European Jazz Festival 2002 (Viet Nam), Iseo e Clusone, Aosta , Eurojazzfestival di Ivrea, Brescia, Valtellina Jazz, Udin&Jazz, Terninjazzfest, Umbria Jazz Winter, to name a few, and in many important european theaters and clubs like Ronnie Scott's London (with the great Steve Grossman),Duc Des Lombardes Paris, Blue Note Milano, Casa Del jazz Roma, Bimhuis Amsterdam and the Blue Note in Tokyo.

As a jazz drummer he performed with:

Lee Konitz, Ronnie Matheus, Bud Shank, Benny Golson, Steve Grossman, Michelle Hendrix, Bruce Forman, Larry Shneider, Peter King, Jesse Davis, Donald Braden, Dena De Rose, Jimmy Cobb, Scott Hamilton, Kelvin Sholar, Monk Liberation Front, Jonathan Gee, Steve Rose, Tony Kofee, Ed Jones, Orphy Robinson, Ed Howard, Ben Hazilton, Mikka Millari, Antonio Ciacca, Dusko Goicovic, Renato Sellani, Fabrizio Bosso, Francesco Cafiso, Gianluca Petrella, Piero Odorici, Giampaolo Casati, Marco Tamburini, Satefano Cantini, Alessio Menconi, Torino Jazz Orchestra, Dado Moroni, Gerard Klein, Barend Middelhoff, Rachel Gould, Pietro Ciancaglini, Paolo Benedettini, Fulvio Albano, Bebo Ferra, Andrea Dulbecco, Francesca Sortino, Robert Bonisolo, Franco cerri, Stijepko "Steve" Gut, Damon Brown, Phil Guy, Kay Foster Jackson, Gilad Atzmon, Michael Rosen, Garrison Fewell, Walter Weiskopf, Gaetano Partipilo, Fabio Morgera, Alberto Marsico, Andy Gravish, Kail Gregory, Pierre Christophe, Maurizio Giammarco, Tom Kirkpatrick, Gianni Basso, Emanuele Cisi, Antonio Faraņ, Furio Di Castri, Ares Tavolazzi, Paolino dalla Porta, Gianni Coscia, Pietro tonolo, Danilo Gallo, Rosario Bonaccorso, Marco Micheli, Paolo Birro, Renato Chicco, Stefano Battaglia, Jimmy Villotti, Simona Premazzi, Daniele Scannapieco, Gaetano Partipilo, Guido Di Leone, Danilo Memoli, Andrea Pozza, Claudio Fasoli, Aldo Zunino, Roberto Cecchetto, Marco Vaggi, Maurizo Nunes Caldura, Bruno Marini, Luigi Bonafede, Riccardo Zegna, Carlo Atti, Maria Pia De Vito, Luigi Tessarollo, Aldo Mella, Riccardo Ruggieri, Paolo Porta, Alessandro Maiorino, Stefano Calcagno, Luca Begonia, Roberto Rossi, Claudio Chiara, Fulvio Chiara,and many others.


Alessandro Minetto, Profile:

Jazz Drummer Born in Alessandria on june the 23th 1969 begins his music studies at the age of 15 attending the drum classes of acknowledged italian teachers like: Alberto Bucci, Giorgio Gandino, Marco Volpe, Bruno Astesana and Maurizio Planker. Starts his professional career at the age of 22 performing in Italy and foreign countries.

From '94 tilt nowadays, He performed live in many foreign countries such as Holland, Brasil, Viet Nam, France, England, Germany, Austria, Turkey, Swizerland, Etiopia, Japan and in all Italy.
He plyed in several festival such as: London Jazz Festival, Jvc Festival Torino, Villa Celimontana, Ha-Noi European Jazz Festival 2002 (Viet Nam), Iseo e Clusone, Aosta , Eurojazzfestival di Ivrea, Brescia, Valtellina Jazz, Udin&Jazz, Terninjazzfest, Umbria Jazz Winter, to name a few, and in many important european theaters and clubs like Ronnie Scott's London (with the great Steve Grossman),Duc Des Lombardes Paris, Blue Note Milano, Casa Del jazz Roma, Bimhuis Amsterdam and the Blue Note in Tokyo.

As a jazz drummer he performed with:

Lee Konitz, Ronnie Matheus, Bud Shank, Benny Golson, Steve Grossman, Michelle Hendrix, Bruce Forman, Larry Shneider, Peter King, Jesse Davis, Donald Braden, Dena De Rose, Jimmy Cobb, Scott Hamilton, Kelvin Sholar, Monk Liberation Front, Jonathan Gee, Steve Rose, Tony Kofee, Ed Jones, Orphy Robinson, Ed Howard, Ben Hazilton, Mikka Millari, Antonio Ciacca, Dusko Goicovic, Renato Sellani, Fabrizio Bosso, Francesco Cafiso, Gianluca Petrella, Piero Odorici, Giampaolo Casati, Marco Tamburini, Satefano Cantini, Alessio Menconi, Torino Jazz Orchestra, Dado Moroni, Gerard Klein, Barend Middelhoff, Rachel Gould, Pietro Ciancaglini, Paolo Benedettini, Fulvio Albano, Bebo Ferra, Andrea Dulbecco, Francesca Sortino, Robert Bonisolo, Franco cerri, Stijepko "Steve" Gut, Damon Brown, Phil Guy, Kay Foster Jackson, Gilad Atzmon, Michael Rosen, Garrison Fewell, Walter Weiskopf, Gaetano Partipilo, Fabio Morgera, Alberto Marsico, Andy Gravish, Kail Gregory, Pierre Christophe, Maurizio Giammarco, Tom Kirkpatrick, Gianni Basso, Emanuele Cisi, Antonio Faraņ, Furio Di Castri, Ares Tavolazzi, Paolino dalla Porta, Gianni Coscia, Pietro tonolo, Danilo Gallo, Rosario Bonaccorso, Marco Micheli, Paolo Birro, Renato Chicco, Stefano Battaglia, Jimmy Villotti, Simona Premazzi, Daniele Scannapieco, Gaetano Partipilo, Guido Di Leone, Danilo Memoli, Andrea Pozza, Claudio Fasoli, Aldo Zunino, Roberto Cecchetto, Marco Vaggi, Maurizo Nunes Caldura, Bruno Marini, Luigi Bonafede, Riccardo Zegna, Carlo Atti, Maria Pia De Vito, Luigi Tessarollo, Aldo Mella, Riccardo Ruggieri, Paolo Porta, Alessandro Maiorino, Stefano Calcagno, Luca Begonia, Roberto Rossi, Claudio Chiara, Fulvio Chiara,and many others.
 
   


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