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Ramberto Ciammarughi

Who knows how often people have listened to the music of composer, pianist and arranger Ramberto Ciammarughi in soundtracks for theatrical performances, films, figurative art installations, radio and TV programs. He is also a jazz musician: he has played jazz since the beginning of his career in the early 80s and has collaborated with great Italian and international artists, such as Randy Brecker, Billy Cobham, Steve Grossman, John Clark, and Dee Dee Bridgewater. He also played in the quartet of Miroslav Vitous. He participated in the records of Area 2, Furio di Castri, Mia Martini e Maurizio Giammarco, Bruno Tommaso, Roberto Gatto, and Umberto Fiorentino. Ciammarughi has also worked in several areas of contemporary classical music.

His most interesting projects include “Una Lauda per Francesco”, featuring Eugenio Allegri as narrator, and a fascinating recital for piano solo freely and personally inspired by the music for cinema.

In all his versions, Ciammarughi is an artist with a 360-degree view of music and, specifically, piano. Musical experiences and cultures intersect in him and find a synthesis in a brilliant and spectacular pianism, where the greatest freedom of the improviser merges and alternates with the music scores.

Not a minor detail, the concert at the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria happens precisely 40 years after Ciammarughi’s debut at Umbria Jazz.

  • Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria
  • Sala Podiani
  • Start: 3:30pm

from € 20 presale included

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