Born: September 17, 1967
Lorenzo Cimino graduated in trumpet and jazz composition. He is a teacher of musical instrument at the musical high school La Spezia Italy He is the artistic director of the La Spezia International Jazz Festival He has lectured at the University of Pisa, the Conservatory of Bologna, the Boccherini Lucca Institute. He studied with Pierre Tibhaud, Antoine Curè He has made numerous recordings on behalf of Rai, solo CDs and won the audition for First trumpet in the orchestra of the Festival di Fermo.
I have carried out an intense concert activity, founding and working the Ensemble Scelsi for 10 years, also performing numerous compositions in absolute first performances. Many composers have dedicated pieces to his trumpet such as: Giorgio Gaslini, Luciano Chailly, Pietro Grossi, Marco Betta, Piero Luigi Zangelmi, Claudio Josè Boncompagni, Fernando Mencherini, Gaetano Giani Luporini, Giovanni Sollima, Giuseppe Bruno, Paola Ciarlantini, Andrea Nicoli. These works are collected in the Cd 60 x 1 and Blue Freak He has also played with: Giorgio Gaslini, Tony Scott, Dado Moroni, Andrea Giuffedi, Mattia Cigalini, Flavio Boltro.
In 1997 he was among the soloists who inaugurated the Teatro Comunale di Noto (Sr) alongside Katia Ricciarelli and the Archi della Scala. In 1998 he participated in the realization of the CD Amore Pirata and Il Manifesto alongside Lester Bowie
'Mondo Volato,' by Lorenzo Cimino, is a beautiful journey through the various possibilities of
arranging a piece . —Rockit.it
Very original and precious work, not surprisingly matured in a long time—underlines the musicologist
Renzo Cresti— even amusing in the fast and continuous changes of the pieces. An exceptional work that
of Lorenzo Cimino who knows how to inhabit different and distant sound worlds, with technical
knowledge and incredible participation. —No Solo Cinema
Willing to teach
Intermediate to advanced