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3, 4, 5 September
Petrassi room
Auditorium Parco della Musica


Jammin 'year 2014 projects the most interesting, innovative and sometimes transgressive musical proposals of the year on the stage of the Parco della Musica every year.

The review, now in its eighth edition, is produced by the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome.

Private institution of excellence in Higher Musical Art Education, the only one in Italy authorized to issue first and second level academic degrees and even capable of not burdening public spending a cent.

The music of Jammin 'year 2014 moves from the artist towards the viewer and returns there in a continuous flow of intangible energies, albeit distant from the television showbiz that atrophies the sense of smell and anesthetizes the critical skills. Creativity comes from anguish as the day comes from the dark night (A. Einstein) and the only anguish of a talent show is to change the channel as soon as possible.

Freedom is not being on a tree he sang Gaber nor on a sofa, freedom is participation, active and physical in the cultural moment, in the birth of an artist, in contact with what still does not touch us, but whose presence is nevertheless felt.

Jammin 'in 2014 does not feature big names, but only great artists. For this reason, Jammin 'is not for everyone. Jammin 'is for dreamers, for frontier gold prospectors, for those who do not despair of being able to choose the paths of their lives, for those who know they don't know, for those who say no.

Art as a reflection and soul of our culture represents the constant reference unit of a civil society that has lost its way, but which can and must restart from its young artists, the only ones capable of revolutionizing the system, unhinging its taxes and store everything in a human-sized space.

And when everything seems already said, already done, already heard, the brilliant intuition of an artist outside the lines bursts on the scene that upsets, inspires and projects us all into a new temporal dimension, where everything becomes possible again, because the evolution is an act of faith, continuous, inexorable, for millions of years.

Jammin 'in 2014 plunges into metropolitan chaos in a desperate search for that singularity that will give life to a dancing star. Concerts from the Auditorium and atAlexander Square partner of our events.

Stefano Mastruzzi,
Artistic director



Vittorio Solimene - slowly
Roberto Sanguigni - bass
Alessio Baldelli - drums

A jazz repertoire reread and reinterpreted by young people to meet a young audience with respect for tradition.

Simone Colasante - piano
Vincenzo Totta - guitar
Marco Bruno - bass
Emanuele Shanti Colucci - drums

Jazz it up is a project that was born from the meeting of three students of the Saint Louis College of Music. The quartet's repertoire uses original modern jazz arrangements, with the help of sounds and effects typical of electric music.

“SAINT LOUIS JAZZ COMBO” directed by Maestro Antonio Solimene
Gianluca Massetti - piano
Iacopo Schiavo guitar
Marco Bruno - bass
Moreno Maugliani - drums
Mauro Massei - alto sax
Simone Pala - tenor sax
Riccardo Nebbiosi - baritone sax
Michele Fortunato - trombone
Antonio Padovano - trumpet
Chiara Orlando - trumpet
Giuseppe Panico - trumpet
Daniele Martinelli - trumpet
Alessia Tavian - voice
Milena Nigro - voice
Marta Marciano - voice
Thomas Gabriele - you
Paolo Caiti - You

Young, light, dynamic and modular training, in style with the mission of promoting new talents. The repertoire is original and innovative thanks to the arrangements specially created by the students of the composition and arrangement course of the Saint Louis. A tribute to Miles Davis' music for Chorus and Combo will be presented.

Big Band Combo By Antonio Solimene
Alessandro Orlando


Song writers

Alessandro Orlando
Alessandro Orlando - piano and voice
Valentino Cervini – chitarra
Emanuele Triglia - bass
Guglielmo Senatore - drums

Personality over the top and with a vein of madness that of Alessandro Orlando, who tells himself through suggestive texts, places and images.

Too Human
Martina Cori - vocals
Corrado Filiputti - guitar
Daniel Mastrovito - keyboards
Antonio Coronato - bass
Dino Olivieri - bass
Davide Savarese - drums

Too Human engage in a sort of progressive metal of the new millennium in a performance warmly received by the public, with the extraordinary voice of Martina Cori and an unprecedented dialogue between two electric basses.

Star Avenue
Davide Sambrotta - piano / voice
Daniele Sambrotta - drums
Alberto Cari - bass
Lorenzo Farotti - guitar

Italian-American formation born in 2009, with captivating music between vintage citations and language innovations.

Diego Cignitti – vocals guitar
Alessio Baldelli, drums
Giampaolo Angelucci - bass

Singer-songwriter and guitarist who convinces from the first listening for the irony, poetry and perspective of his stories, simple and immediate, groove, rock, energy and a hint of blues melancholy.
Very young he already participated in prestigious festivals, sharing the stage with the likes of Matt Schofield, Leon Hendrix, Randy Hansen, Marco Mendoza, Andrea Braido, Lello Panico, Ricky Portera.


Electro-acoustic Sounds

Rumors was born as a collective of emerging electronic music, a concert performed by Sonic Arts musicians, futuristic teaching by Maestro Luca Spagnoletti and courses of Midi and Sound Engineering of the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome. The event always aims to solidify the fertile combination of electronic author music and visual arts, video projections in this case. But above all in this evening Rumors is tinged with acoustic, for new experiments and contaminations.

Andrea Saffirio - piano
Armando Girolami – live electronics

Mainstream jazz meets electronic sounds in this brand new performance by two young talents from the Roman scene.

EBF – Electronic BalFolk
Valerio Rodelli - accordion and live electronics

The warm and intense sounds of the accordion are intimately combined with modern and precise electronic sounds. A multifaceted field of experimentation, suspended between ancient and modern. Continuously moving melodies and harmonies, romantic atmospheres, circus incursions, distorted sounds, pressing rhythms.

Skin Effect
Daniele Vantaggio (aka Seismal D) - live electronics
Valerio Vantaggio - drums and percussion

A timbral symbiosis between jazz drums and electronic music, a sound landscape where rhythm is not grafted only as a meter, but in the form of new sound objects that meet the acousmatic. The protagonists are the two brothers Valerio - a young but already established jazz player who boasts collaborations with international artists and participations in some of the most prestigious European Jazz Festivals - and Daniele Advantage - producer and live performer, who at only nineteen gets a contract with a Berlin label , touring Europe and America with his techno music and hosts a national radio program.

Luca Spagnoletti - live electronics

PixFoil is Luca Spagnoletti's "Avatar" in his various reincarnations of electronic music. PixFoil can manifest itself, according to the occasion, in various formations or simply "alone", but it maintains its experimental, minimalist and glych nature.