Calderazzo

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  • Inspired by a friend who lived next door, Calderazzo began his piano studies at age seven.
  • He progressed rapidly in a house where other family members were also playing drums and singing, and at 14 became the youngest member of brother Gene Calderazzo's rock band.
  • Artists in residence of the program include Branford Marsalis and Joey Calderazzo, who provide one on one lessons as well as group workshops for everyone in the music department.
  • It was created between the years of 2007 and 2008 by Marcelo Calderazzo (bassist and producer).
  • The latest Branford Marsalis Quartet release, Braggtown, features Calderazzo's composition "Hope" as well as his piano.
  • Calderazzo's signing as one of the first artists on Branford's Marsalis Music label in 2002 coincided with the latest growth spurt in the pianist's career.
  • Now a resident of Wake Forest, North Carolina, Calderazzo continues to perform as a solo pianist, at the head of a trio, and as a member of the Branford Marsalis Quartet.
  • Gene Calderazzo is an American jazz drummer, born in New York, but currently residing in the United Kingdom, where he is a visiting tutor at the Birmingham Conservatoire, the Royal Academy of Music, Trinity and the Guildhall.
  • The ongoing relationship with Brecker found Calderazzo contributing as composer as well as pianist on the saxophonist's Tales from the Hudson, and as pianist, composer and co-producer on Two Blocks from the Edge.
  • In June 2011, after working together for over 10 years in a band setting, Branford Marsalis and Joey Calderazzo released their first duo album titled Songs of Mirth and Melancholy, on Branford's label, Marsalis Music.
  • The album is notable in Branford's discography for marking his first collaboration with pianist Joey Calderazzo and bassist Eric Revis, both of whom would go on to record in his quartet in the 2000s and 2010s.
  • With original member Jeff "Tain" Watts still on drums, bassist Eric Revis replaced Hurst in 1997, while pianist Joey Calderazzo became a member after Kirkland's death the following year.
  • Brecker produced Calderazzo's first disc, In the Door (Blue Note, recorded 1990) and played on it along with two other tenor saxophonists whom Calderazzo had met in Boston, Jerry Bergonzi and brother Gene's Berklee roommate Branford Marsalis.
  • Saxophonist Tim Warfield, pianists Charles Craig and Joey Calderazzo, and drummers Carl Allen and Greg Hutchinson are a few of the musicians who played in McBride's early groups.
  • When the other, significantly older band members enrolled at Boston's Berklee College of Music and switched their allegiance to jazz, Calderazzo set aside his passions for the Beatles and Led Zeppelin and began listening to Oscar Peterson, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner.
  • The jazz musicians are Vincent Herring on alto and tenor saxes, Ryan Kisor on trumpet, Joey Calderazzo on piano, the late Dwayne Burno on double bass, and Jeff Hamilton on drums.