September 30, 2021 – 10,30 pm [within the program FUORI PIF]

Castelfidardo, O’Brian Pub

Limited capacity – until the available seats are reached (according to anti-COVID regulations)

The trio crosses the typical BeBop atmospheres, with original music and a lot of jazz tradition.

Antonino De Luca was born in Messina on January 9, 1991, he began studying music with his father at the age of 11 and at the same time that of the accordion. Later he also studied clarinet achieving excellent results and also being part of the Band of the Municipality of Fiumedinisi. He is currently a teacher of Accordion and Jazz Accordion at the Paolo Soprani Civic School in Castelfidardo and on 14 May 2017, the day of the Patrons San Vittore and Corona, I received the appointment of FIRST AMBASSADOR OF THE ACCORDION AND OF CASTELFIDARDO, a new honor from the Municipality of Castelfidardo. He was a member of the jury at the 2018 edition of the International Accordion Prize of Castelfidardo, and of the first edition of the International Gathering of the Bellows of Lariano (2019). He currently holds the position of vice-president of the “Gervasio Marcosignori” Association of Castelfidardo, where he plays an important role in the “Accordion in Time” project together with important accordionists such as Mirco Patarini, Valentino Lorenzetti, Giuliano Cameli, with whom he is currently engaged in a theatrical production with the prestigious “Compagnia della Rancia” of the famous director Saverio Marconi.

Massimo Manzi, born in Rome in ’56, appears on the music scene of Lazio as a self-taught person in the mid-1970s. After some lessons in Rome with the Masters M.Iannaccone and B. Tommaso (Popular Music School of Testaccio), he permanently moved to Senigallia where he still lives. He collaborated with the jazz / rock group AGORA ‘, with whom he made a national tour in ’79, with Marche Jazz Orchestra conducted by Bruno Tommaso, Mario Raja’s Big Bang and Capolinea (Milan) big band. He has played in almost all the most important Italian events, from Umbria Jazz (’89 / ’90) to those in cities such as Ancona, Bergamo, Bologna, Catania, Milan, Pescara, Rome, Siena etc. Manzi accompanied well-known personalities from the world of entertainment in some radio and television broadcasts with the rhythmic orchestra of the RAI in Milan (’89) and with the “Italian Big Band”. Manzi has been carrying out an appreciated teaching activity for over 15 years with fixed COURSES and CLINICS in various locations, and is a jazz drum teacher at the Experimental Courses of the Martini Conservatory of Bologna. He also performs demonstrations on behalf of his “endorsers”: UFIP cymbals (since 1987), “Sonor” drums. Other collaborations: Al Cohn, Richie Cole, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, Irio De Paula, Tal Farlow, Garrison Fewell, Sonny Fortune, Richard Galliano, George Garzone, Mick Goodrick, Al Gray, Steve Grossman, Jimmy Knepper, David Liebman, Mike Mainieri, Ray Mantilla, Phil Markowitz, Pat Martino, Bennie Maupin, Mike Melillo, Sal Nistico, Evan Parker, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Tony Scott, Mike Stern & Bob Berg (jam), Art Van Damme, Bobby Watson, Eddie Wied, P. Birro, L.Begonia, F.Boltro, G.Ceccarelli, B.Cesselli, E.Cisi, G.Coscia, P.Dalla Porta, M.Detto, MPDe Vito, D.Di Gregorio, A.Faraò, R. Fassi, L.Fontana, P.Fresu, P.Guarnera, T.Lama, G.Manusardi, R.Marcotulli, G.Mirabassi, M.Moriconi, D.Moroni, R.Migliardi, M.Negri, P.Odorici, R.Ottaviano, G.Petrella, D.Rea, S.Satta, S.Tasca, A.Tavolazzi, G.Tommaso, M. and P.Tonolo, M.Urbani.


We inform you that the Green Pass will be required to access the events. During the concerts the following rules must be followed:
• Always wear a mask, even during concerts.
• Wash and sanitize your hands often.
• If you contract COVID-19 within two weeks of the event, contact us.

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