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Roberto Badoglio

Roberto Badoglio

Roberto Badoglio


Roberto Badoglio was born on the 15 December 1984 in Trieste, Italy. He started his musical education at the age of 7 with the study of the Piano at the local music school, and switched to Electric Bass at the age of 13. When he was 14 he formed the progressive band Alteration and won a string of musical contest in italy such as Summer Music in 1998 , Rosa Rock in 1999 and Pagella Rock in 2001 . Alteration had a great success in Italy and toured and played in all the country, for Roberto that was the beginning of his music carrier. Read more on Last.fm
Roberto Badoglio was born on the 15 December 1984 in Trieste, Italy. He started his musical education at the age of 7 with the study of the Piano at the local music school, and switched to Electric Bass at the age of 13. When he was 14 he formed the progressive band Alteration and won a string of musical contest in italy such as Summer Music in 1998 , Rosa Rock in 1999 and Pagella Rock in 2001 . Alteration had a great success in Italy and toured and played in all the country, for Roberto that was the beginning of his music carrier. In 2001 he became more and more attracted to jazz and started to play in local jazz bands as the “Metropolitan Jazz Quartet” who had as members many of the best musicians of north Italy, “Horizont Line”, the S.vito Jazz big Band and the extravagant Fusion trio “Low Kick” an original trio of two 5 stirng basses and drums with bass player Enrico Pasini and drummer Pablo De Biasi. This last band is still being active, performing and organizing clinic about bass playing in all Europe . In that period Roberto did some concerts in Marocco with local musicians, this was a really important experience to him because that’s the moment when Roberto got influenced from Morocco’s music and especially from Morocco lute players. In 2003 Roberto became a student in the jazz academy of Trieste . This school was a great opportunity to learn jazz harmony but it wasn’t really developed in the study of Electric Bass and modern jazz/Fusion music so Roberto decided to leave the school in 2005 and to move to Boston for one year to take an intensive course of Jazz lessons at the BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC. Before moving to Boston Roberto took a 3 weeks course of private lessons with pioneers bassists Dominique Di Piazza in France and Matthew Garrison in New York, these experiences changed forever Roberto approach to Bass playing and is when he developed is original right hand four fingers technique, kind of a mix between Dominique and Matt techniques. Also, in 2004, he won the bass competions of north Italy “ Bass contest” for the second year and he’s been a finalist in the first edition of the European Bass Day contest in Verona. In 2005, at Berklee, Roberto became a member of the jazz ensemble of the famous pianist Joanne Brackeen and of the George Zonce Ensemble. He also formed the Fusion band “Odd Flow” with guitarist Hara Garacci. They recorded the album “Almost Even” and performed in many jazz clubs of the east coast . In Boston he kept studying with bassist Matthew Garrison and he took many lessons with trombonist Hal Crook, learning a lot of things about modern jazz playing and phrasing. He also studied bass Jazz comping with Bruce Gertz and took some private lessons in Ny with bass player Skuli Sverrison.In this period he had the chance of playing with many of the best musicians of the Boston area. After one year in Boston Roberto had to move back to Italy because of a sever illness that took Roberto out of the music scene for a year. In this period Roberto kept his mind focused on practicing what he learned in Berklee and started composing music for what will be his future solo album ” RE-EVALUATION TIME”. In 2007 he was ready to start again, and after teaching modern bass playing in some clinics in Slovenia, Croatia and Malta he moved to NY city. Before moving to NY city he was invited as a guest at the famous bass festival “European Bass Day” where he performed with his band and he had the honor of playing with Marcus Miller. In this festival he shared the stage with many of the best bass players in the world (Matthew Garrison, Dominique di Piazza, Oteil Bourbridge, Marcus Miller, Jeff Berlin, Mirousla Vitous, Alain Cairon, Hadrien Feraud, Lincon Goines and others). In NY city he started again to perform with the fusion band “Odd Flow” with Marko Djordjevic on drums and Hara Garacci on guitar and he became bassist for the avant Garde Pop artist Adama. Is in this period that he started the recording sessions of his solo album with pianist Steve Hunt (Allan Holdsworth, Stanley Clarke etc..) and drummer Marty Richards (Gary Burton,Joe Lovano). In 2009 he decided to move back to Europe, in Berlin. At the moment he’s involved in many musical projects such as: the duo with the famous German horn player Helmut Engel Musehold, a free jazz band with saxophonist Soon Kim, the band of Aly Keita(African grooves), as a composer and arranger for Kurdish singer Hani, and his electric jazz trio with guitarist Bjossi Klutsch and drummer Francesco de Rubeis. In 2010 he release his solo album “RE-EVALUATION TIME” and he’s ready to focus all his energies on his music and his band. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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