Over the last few years, Fabrizio Bosso’s projects have been several a lot and very different from each other, from the minimal one in duo with Julian Oliver Mazzariello to the larger ensembles for the tributes to Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie, the Spiritual Trio and the Latin influences shared with Javier Girotto. Nevertheless, the Quartet remains the heart of everything: Mazzariello on piano, Jacopo Ferrazza on double bass (instead of Luca Alemanno who was part of the original lineup) and Nicola Angelucci on drums. Here are the words of the Turin trumpet player: “When I decided to form this quartet, I didn’t do that thinking of an album. I felt like listening to my music played by other musicians, with a different and fresh energy and color”. The sound of the Quartet is the sound of my present, and they are friends but also the musicians who satisfy me the most on stage because they can bring out the sound I have in mind”.
In 2017, the Quartet released a double live album by Warner, “State Of The Art”. The band expresses an authentic dialogue and complete sharing.Their latest record is “We Wonder”, a tribute to Stevie Wonder’s songs, with special guest Nico Gori. Bosso’s unique artistic path started with a graduation from the Conservatory of Turin at 15. Since then, he has stood out on the international jazz scene as one of the most inspiring and exciting Italian musicians.