“Music has always meant dedication, commitment, discipline and promise. The need and desire to have a musical vision and ambition, let me understand that I wanted to undertake a very specific journey. As a result, I am extremely grateful that I have had the chance to begin my artistic career and I am very proud to announce that this journey has just begun with the release of the album ‘Shall We Say It Is Worth’. The main goal of this album is to present my artistic profile with a natural emphasis on in- depth study and innovation of jazz music. The recording of ‘Shall We Say It Is Worth’ has let me comprehend my musical artistry very deeply as well as have the possibility to investigate jazz music in its broad artistic, cultural and intellectual scope. Furthermore, It is pivotal to state that I do consider the music presented in the album as an art form that host an invitation for the listener to live a very personal experience. I strongly believe that, unlike other mediums, the nature of Jazz is both emotional and intellectual. Therefore, It is this personal connection with the music that enables the listener to actually experience what is being communicated, rather than understanding the information.”
The album featured Giuseppe Pucciarelli on electric guitar, Aldo Capasso on Contrabass, Ergio Valente on Piano and Marco Gagliano on Drums. It was recorded, mixed and mastered at ‘Zork Digital Planet – Italy’ by recording engineer Daniele Chiariello.
released May 1, 2017