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Black Hand Jazz Trio
25. November 2023 @ 20:00 - 22:00
Black Hand is a Creative Commons production by Paolo Pavan: original jazz compositions, entirely self-produced. “Black Hand is the soul that has always fueled my musical research, that of Afro-American musicians. It represents precisely that hand, an expression of that free music, devoid of constraints, mental schemes, styles and clichès, almost an escape route from the prison of form. The “Black Hand Trio” jazz trio was born in 2021. A musical creative laboratory with an ever-evolving repertoire.
Paolo Pavan: piano
Andrea Pochesce: double bass
Pasquale Cataldi: drums
Paolo Pavan began his musical studies at a very young age and immediately chose the piano as his instrument. He studies classical music and Jazz. He graduated in classical piano; he then perfected himself with the Russian pianist Konstantin Bogino. Stefano Sabatini, Riccardo Biseo, Bruno Tommaso, Kenny Barron are his Jazz masters.
From 2003 he begins some important collaborations that will lead him to the creation of various self-produced record productions: “Inside”, “Looking For A Way Out”, “The Swing Of Things”, “UP”, “Lines”, “Velvet Face”, ” Gecko” original jazz song projects. In 2019 he formed his own Trio with which he released the album “Black Hand”.
He participates in various music festivals including the international Jazz Day in Romania, the Eddie Lang Jazz festival, Isola Liri jazz festival, Appio Claudio Festival, Fabbricando festival, JazzIt Festival, Se telephoning festival and in 2000 he was a finalist at the TIM international tournament music. He plays in the major jazz clubs of the capital including Alexander Platz, Saint Louis jazz club, Bebop, Elegance Cafè.
Paolo Pavan’s musical repertoire is present in numerous international video productions. In 2021 the song “Seven” is included in a documentary by Comalipa production, currently being screened in numerous European cinemas and awarded at the Matera international film festival.
He is currently dedicating himself to perfecting his own ever-evolving repertoire.
Since 2003 he has regularly provided musical consultancy for the RaiTv.
Andrea Pochesce, born in Palestrina in 1996, approaches music at the age of 16, playing the electric bass in various bands. After high school he enrolled at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome and graduated with honors in jazz electric bass, with a specialization in double bass. He is active as a musician in various formations, with experience in every type of organic, from trio to big band.
Pasquale Cataldi, Drummer, was born in Fondi in 1992.
In 2016 he studied privately with Maestro Massimo Di Cristofaro e
he attends the “Berklee Summer School at Umbria Jazz Clinics” in
Perugia, where he has the opportunity to attend: Drum Masterclass with
Ron Savage; jazz ensemble workshops specialized in the execution of
pieces by Charles Mingus with Paul Del Nero; Gospel music workshops
and Rhythm and Blues with Dennis Montgomery III as the chosen member
of the accompanying rhythm section of the choir; Harmony Seminars ed
Jazz Improvisation with Jeff Stout.
Here he is selected among forty students to obtain a scholarship
of study for the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
In 2017 he participated in the “Fara Music Festival Summer Camp” in Fara in
Sabina, where follows: Instrument masterclass with Colin Stranahan
and Roberto Gatto; Ensemble music workshops with David Kikoski e
In 2020 he obtained the II level two-year degree in Drums and
Jazz Percussion at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome.
Eintritt frei – um angemessenen Kulturbeitrag wird gebeten.
Free entry – it is suggested to give some money if you like the band.
Hinweis: Das Peppi ist eine Raucherinnenbar. Eintritt ab 18 Jahren.
Note: The Peppi is a smoking bar. Admission from 18 years.
Live auf YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6n_9sY3CJF0
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