On the air today

Call for Archives

The search for archival material continues, after the positive and numerous responses from the community to the appeal of The Brass Group to create an archive of almost 50 years of concert activity, we offer you a series of video clips with testimonials from artists, musicians and characters of the world of culture and journalism to remember those years of great concert activity.

A sort of a “chat with” history to remember how much the Foundation has outlined an important era for jazz music. The ‘80s, in particular, for an entire decade, are to be considered a golden historical period for jazz.

The witnesses of this first virtual gallery of musical memories are Maestro Norino Buogo, Professor Maria Falcone, Robertihno de Paula, son of Maestro Irio de Paula and the president and founding member of The Brass Group, Maestro Ignazio Garsia.

Recovering the life memories of jazz music which are made available to the community, this is the aim of The Brass Group, operating since 1974 in various forms until the recent establishment of the Foundation, to date performing over 4000 concerts including: Barney Kessel, Artie Shaw, Dexter Gordon, Art Farmer, Tony Scott, Kenny Clarke. And then again, in a crescendo, Chet Baker, Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Gerry Mulligan, Dizzy Gillespie.

Info sending of a material copy of the archive of the Brass at the headquarters of the School in Santa Maria dello Spasimo (Via dello Spasimo, n. 15 – 90133 Palermo – 091 77 82 860, 091 77 82 861) from Monday to Friday from 15.30 to 19:30. The Brass Group Foundation Infoline: 091 7782860 – 334.7391972 info@thebrassgroup.it

Musical dedication
Robertinho de Paula
Maria Falcone

On the air today

Call for Archives

The search for archival material continues, after the positive and numerous responses from the community to the appeal of The Brass Group to create an archive of almost 50 years of concert activity, we offer you a series of video clips with testimonials from artists, musicians and characters of the world of culture and journalism to remember those years of great concert activity.

A sort of a “chat with” history to remember how much the Foundation has outlined an important era for jazz music. The ‘80s, in particular, for an entire decade, are to be considered a golden historical period for jazz.

The witnesses of this first virtual gallery of musical memories are Maestro Norino Buogo, Professor Maria Falcone, Robertihno de Paula, son of Maestro Irio de Paula and the president and founding member of The Brass Group, Maestro Ignazio Garsia.

Recovering the life memories of jazz music which are made available to the community, this is the aim of The Brass Group, operating since 1974 in various forms until the recent establishment of the Foundation, to date performing over 4000 concerts including: Barney Kessel, Artie Shaw, Dexter Gordon, Art Farmer, Tony Scott, Kenny Clarke. And then again, in a crescendo, Chet Baker, Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Gerry Mulligan, Dizzy Gillespie.

Info sending of a material copy of the archive of the Brass at the headquarters of the School in Santa Maria dello Spasimo (Via dello Spasimo, n. 15 – 90133 Palermo – 091 77 82 860, 091 77 82 861) from Monday to Friday from 15.30 to 19:30. The Brass Group Foundation Infoline: 091 7782860 – 334.7391972 info@thebrassgroup.it

Musical dedication
Robertinho de Paula
Maria Falcone