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Daniele Cordisco

Italian jazz guitarist Daniele Cordisco was born in Campobasso on January the 2nd 1988.
In his early years Daniele approached jazz studies with his father and later moved to Rome in order to study at the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia.

In the past twenty years he has had the opportunity to share the stage with some of the most important musicians/artists in the Italian music scene and beyond, including: Jeff Young (organist with Sting), Eric Alexander, Benny Benack III, Emmet Cohen, Jason Brown, Peter Bernstein, Bruce Harris, Luca Santaniello, Tom Kennedy, Ben Paterson, Roberta Gambarini, Fabrizio Bosso, Max Ionata, Stefano Di Battista, Gary Smulyan, Godwin Louis, Jerry Weldon, Pat Bianchi, Gregory Hutchinson, Pierre Boussaguet, Sarah McKenzie, Gregory Generet, Michael Rosen, Wayne Tucker, Ronnie Cuber, Daniele Scannapieco, Roberto Gatto, Donna McElroy, Christian Maurer, Roy Hargrove, Esperanza Spalding and others.
He has performed with Italian TV star Renzo Arbore and its Swing Maniacs with whom he recorded the theme song of the tv show "Oggi qui, domani là" aired on Rai5.

In 2017 he won an artist residency in Sofia (Bulgaria) where he performed with his trio at the National Radio and other jazz venues in Bulgaria. He currently teaches jazz guitar at the Conservatorio Di Musica “Luigi Cherubini” in Florence and at the Centro Ottava Jazz department in Rome.

Daniele Cordisco

Festivals

Malta Jazz Festival 2022

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BIOGRAPHY