Maurizio Brunod

He is a well-known guitarist and composer from Italy. He is also a “cross” and “eclectic musician who works with many soloists and ensambles from different backgrounds. His projects range from jazz to latin, electronic to avant-garde, and he pays particular attention to a long-standing solo guitar project. His influences include classical and jazz music as well as ethnic or progressive rock. There are 33 albums in his discography, 6 of which are for guitars. He has been voted the top Italian guitarist in numerous polls like Jazz It Awards and Musica Jazz. He has also been a part of many acclaimed collaborations with jazz musicians and artists from the latin world, such as Enrico Rava and Miroslav Vitous. He translated seminars by Scott Henderson and Ferenc Stnetberger. Numerous radio and television programs featured him or transmitted his music, including “Fahrenheit”, Rai 3, Otto e mezzo La 7, “Battiti”, Rai 3, Radio Montecarlo, Rai stereonotte. He also gave interviews to international and Italian music magazines. He was a part of a number of important festivals across Europe, Russia and America: “Artisan Guitar Show”, “Universi Jazz Valladolid”, “Jvc” in Russia, “Beograd jazz Festival” in Serbia, “Smeltedighelen”, “Alliance Francaise”, “Chur Festival” in Switzerland, “Palais des congres Lome”, “Novara Jazz”, “Palais des congres Lome” in Togo. And in Italy: “Madame Guitar”, “Musica sulle bocche”, “Galliate Guitar Master”, “EuroJazz Festival Ivrea”, “Padova jazz Festival”, “Atelier della Musica”, “Latino Americando”, “Un Paese a 6 corde”, “Casa del jazz”, “Udine Jazz”, ” SudTirol jazz Fest”, “Clusone jazz festival”, “Extra festival”, “Jazz Groove”, “Acoustic Francia Corta”, “La fabbrica del jazz”, “CHAMOISic 2017”, “Torino Jazz Festival”, “Iseo Jazz Festival”, “Sile Jazz”, “Fano Jazz Festival”, “GLB Sound Jazz Festival”, “Teate Winter Festival”, “Novara Jazz”. He published a guitar method that includes (distr. ed. Curci) and collaborates to the magazine “Chitarra Acustica”. From

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