Stefano Sabatini


Versatile pianist and refined, sometimes gritty, sometimes dreamy, always elegant and modern. Inspired composer, he joined the 70‟s jazz scene the group Kaleidon, also playing with Tony Scott, Massimo Urbani, Maurizio Giammarco ... In 1978 he moved to Los Angeles where he graduated in composition and arrangement at the Dick Grove School of Music and where recorded an album with a group of Californian musicians, including Chester Thompson. Back to Italy in 1982, he joined “Lingomania” with Maurizio Giammarco, Flavio Boltro, Furio Di Castri, and Roberto Gatto. Other collaborations with Johnny Griffin, Lee Konitz, Steve Grossman, Billy Cobham, Chet Baker ... He has recorded seven albums as a leader, and teaches piano, harmony and improvisation at the Saint Louis Music Center in Rome. His collaboration with Eduardo De Crescenzo started in 1983, and continues today with Essenze jazz..