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Friday, 28 February 2020 10:28

A Tribute to Michel Petrucciani Featuring Tommaso Starace at the RAC on 8th March

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Born in 1975 in Milan, Tommaso started playing the saxophone and studying music at the age of 18. He moved to the United Kingdom in 1994 where he graduated at Birmingham Conservatoire with a Bmus first class honours and later at the Guildhall School Of Music and Drama with a Postgraduate Degree in jazz studies in the year 2000.

He has performed with some of the most respected jazz musicians including Billy Cobham, David Liebman, Kenny Wheeler, Stan Sulzmann, Jim Mullen, Jonathan Gee, Paolo Pellegatti, Gianni Giudici. In the year 2004 he collaborated with award winning oscar film composer Dario Marianelli ('Pride and Prejudice' and  'The Atonement') recording music for 'This Little Life', a BBC drama for Channel Four.

In 2008 Tommaso was awarded with an Honorary Membership by Birmingham Conservatoire given to him for his significant contributions made across the years within the various branches of the music profession.

He will be joined by the Terence Collie Trio at the Riverside Arts Centre on Sunday, 8th March at 7.45pm.

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