Samstag, 16. November 2013, 20:15 Uhr
Paolo Alderighi & Stephanie Trick, Piano
Swing & Stride Summit
Zwei junge Stride- und Swing-Virtuosen haben sich 2010 über zwei Kontinente hinweg zu einem begeisternden Duo des vierhändigen Swing-Jazz zusammengefunden: Stephanie Trick stammt aus St. Louis, Missouri, Paolo Alderighi aus Milano. Sie führen unterschiedliche Stilrichtungen zusammen, und spielen mit dem Fundus der Swing-Ära, mit Einwürfen aus Ragtime und Blues. In ihrer Spielfreude kommen die individuellen Vorlieben vital zum Ausdruck: Stephanie findet Inspirationen bei Fats Waller, J.P. Johnson oder Albert Ammons. Bei Paolo sind es Erroll Garner, Earl Hines oder Teddy Wilson, die anklingen. Sie verbinden ihre Klangwelten zu einem Panoptikum des Swing- und Stride-Pianospiels in höchster Vollendung. Und begeistern seither ein wachsendes Publikum in Europa, den USA und Japan.
Born November 5th, 1980 in Milan. Degree in Piano from G.Verdi Conservatory of Milan in 2000, degree in Economics for Arts, Culture and Media from Bocconi University in 2005. Since 1996 he performed in Italy, Japan, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, France, Ireland, Hungary, Luxembourg, Holland, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, United Kindom, Malta, Morocco.
He recorded a part of the soundtrack of the documentary of Ermanno Olmi regarding the artist Jannis Kounellis. He collaborated on the production of various cultural events.He reached the second position in the Top Jazz 2007 referendum organized by the jazz magazine Musica Jazz as Best New Talent and first in the popular referendum Italian Jazz Awards 2007 as Brand New Jazz Act.
He recorded his third piano solo album entitled A Touch of Swing for the Swiss label Jazz Connaisseur and joined many other recording sessions (Tiziana Ghiglioni Non sono io Philology, Karin Schmidt German and American songs Incipit Records, International Hot Jazz Quartet Havin‘ A Ball Arbors Records, Alfredo Ferrario Dedicated to Henghel Philology, 5 CDs with the Japanese label Audio Park Records, …).
He performed or recorded with musicians well known in the jazz scene (Howard Alden, John Allred, Joe Ascione, Carlo Bagnoli, Alan Barnes, Dan Barrett, Gianni Basso, Ian Bateman, Dan Block, Lillian Boutté, Gianni Cazzola, Franco Cerri, Evan Christopher, Colin Dawson, Bruno De Filippi, Tullio De Piscopo, Isla Eckinger, Giovanni Falzone, Alfredo Ferrario, Jim Galloway, Sandro Gibellini, Tiziana Ghiglioni, Dusko Goykovich, Marty Grosz, Scott Hamilton, Eiji Hanaoka, Duke Heitger, Dick Hyman, Luciano Invernizzi, Duffy Jackson, Tom Kirkpatrick, Eiji Kitamura, Jason Marsalis, Ed Metz jr., Luciano Milanese, Gabriele Mirabassi, Mauro Negri, Nicki Parrott, Lino Patruno, Ken Peplowski, Bucky Pizzarelli, Ed Polcer, Valery Ponomarev, Randy Reinhart, George Robert, Scott Robinson, Marcello Rosa, Randy Sandke, Antti Sarpila, Karin Schmidt, Frank Tate, Paolo Tomelleri, Bob Wilber, Roy Williams, Engelbert Wrobel, , ).
Since 2007 he has been teaching musical culture (Arts and Culture I) at Bocconi University at the Master of Science in Economics and Management in Arts, Culture, Media and Entertainment.
He received a special prize from the Jury at the National Prize of the Arts 2007 organized by the Italian Ministry of University and Research, in the Jazz category.
One of the nicest gifts to arrive on the jazz piano scene in recent times, and we couldnt be more delighted to welcome her. Dick Hyman
Stephanie Trick has come to practically dominate the stride piano field, notes reviewer Jack Rummel.
Harlem stride piano, which developed in the 1920s and 30s, is an orchestral style of two-handed piano playing that not only swings, but is also technically demanding and exciting to watch.
Louis Mazetier, a respected interpreter of this genre, writes in the Bulletin of the Hot Club of France that she has won the esteem of specialists in the genre with wonderful interpretations of stride classics, James P. Johnson, Fats Waller, and Don Lambert (which she learned by ear). She plays these pieces with a punch that is matched by her precise interpretation.
A classically trained pianist, Stephanie was drawn to the piano at the age of five. In high school, she developed a keen interest in classic jazz. Graduating from college with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, she was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society at the University of Chicago.
Stephanie was the 2012 recipient of the prestigious Kobe-Breda Jazz Friendship Award, and has performed in many parts of the United States as well as in Europe in a variety of venues, including the Lockerbie Jazz Festival in Scotland, the Teatro Dal Verme in Milan, Italy, Jazz at Filoli, the Breda Jazz Festival in the Netherlands, the Arbors Records Invitational Jazz Party, the Sacramento Music Festival, and the Cincy Blues Fest in Cincinnati. In 2008 and again in 2010, she was invited to perform at the international Stride and Swing Summit in Boswil, Switzerland.
Stephanie currently has seven CDs available. Her Live CD was awarded the New Talent Prize 2011 by the Hot Club of France. More information may be found on her website at
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