Stefano Giust is an Italian improviser musician, drummer, composer and factotum of the record label Setola di Maiale. His work is focused on the broad spectrum of improvised and experimental music. He considers the practice of improvisation as an important aesthetic form in contemporary music and also an open process compatible with any idiom and musical situation. From over thirty years he works on these subjects into an acoustic, electric and electronic settings as well as in performative acts. He collaborates with musicians, composers, filmmakers, choreographers, dancers, acrobats, actors, poets and visual artists.
As a drummer, his playing is constantly evolving and focuses on rhythmic pulse and its destructuration, embracing a delicate and powerful angularity, asymmetrical rhythms, noise, silence, timbric intensity, tempo versatile, extended techniques. He avoids most clichés, nevertheless he manages to transmit a pulsation that doesn’t derive from a single beat, but by assembling several rhythmic such as “micro events”. In relating with the other musicians of an ensemble, he certainly works on the interplay, but he maintains a clear independence and the music, as a whole, develops itself more freely on different levels. As contrabassist Peter Jacquemyn wrote, “Stefano has a very personal approach on percussion, he hardly gives tempo, it’s all about suggest rhythm, and he has an extraordinary melodic development in his music, exceptional for percussionists. His playing is abstract and melodic, that fact leads a very interesting friction, it made music more adventurous, less predictable.” The description of Gianpaolo Salbego – for forty years first percussionist of the Orchestra Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna, composer, musicologist, maestro at the conservatory of Bologna and director of the contemporary music’s ensemble Octandre – is stimulating: “Intelligence and refinement of his percussion blend beautifully into the context, sobriety and the search into sound is a percussionist’s index, it seems to me difficult to label him drummer, I think he fits very well the term I normally use in these cases, ‘pure percussionist’, the one capable of investigating the percussive sound.” The only drums workshop he has attended, with enthusiasm, was leaded by Han Bennink in Udine (1994). Anyway, his exploration isn’t really as eclectic as it may seem by looking at the discography, rather adheres to a peculiar aesthetic that is expressed and winds in different forms of so-called avant-garde music, such as free improvisation, free jazz, electronic music, graphic and instant composition, contemporary music, experimental rock, electroacoustic, acousmatic music, minimal techno or whatever you want to call it. Until now he has recorded more than one hundred albums with his own main projects or as co-leader.
He was born on March 22nd, 1968 in Unterseen (Interlaken, Switzerland) from Italian parents and raised in Pordenone, Italy, from the age of seven; from 2012 to 2017 he moved to Bologna, currently he lives in Pordenone. Self-taught musician, he has started recording experimental music when he was fourteen, under the name Opera (1982-1989) with works published in that years by Old Europa Cafe. In the first half of the 1980s, he was into a scene that was becoming what we now know as Cassette Culture or Tape Network. Since then, his approach remained uncompromising, embracing a DIY attitude.
The first group in which he plays drums, was a no-wave band named Red Glass Hearts (1986-87), but it was with Le Bambine (1987-95) which he has grown, playing hundreds of concerts and releasing four albums. When the group broke up, from their ashes borns Orbitale Trio (1995-1998), a tiny ensemble devoted to free improvisation, free jazz and experimentation. It’s starting from this trio – and partly from the solo album Ripercuotere (1994) – that his drumming began to focusing on rhythm (and sound) as a continuous and variable flow, no longer thought in terms of meter and measure.
Trough the years he has given concerts in Italy, England, Scotland, The Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Belgium, Poland, Croatia, Brasil and Vietnam.
He has played with Evan Parker, Gianni Gebbia, Thollem McDonas, Gino Robair, Tobias Delius, Herb Robertson, Tristan Honsinger, Steve Beresford, Giovanni Maier, Peter Jacquemyn, Edoardo Marraffa, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Walter Prati, Luc Ex, Hélène Labarrière, Keiko Higuchi, Alessandro Bosetti, Clayton Thomas, Guido Mazzon, Patrizia Oliva, Burkhard Beins, Roy Paci, Lotte Anker, Marco Eneidi, Steve Buchanan, Mick Beck, Silvia Bolognesi, Kris Wanders, Giorgio Pacorig, Ken Hyder, Gianni Mimmo, Liz Allbee, Wolfgang Reisinger, Eugenio Sanna, Vincenzo Vasi, Massimo Falascone, Martin Mayes, Edoardo Ricci, Massimo De Mattia, Stéphane Rives, Cristiano Calcagnile, Chris Heenan, Carlo Actis Dato, Luca Miti, Nils Gerold, Nicola Guazzaloca, Dominik Gawara, MaryClare Brzytwa, Luigi Lullo Mosso, Bob Marsh, Francesco Guerri, Alessandra Novaga, Xabier Iriondo, Roberto Zorzi, Maresuke Okamoto, Gianni Lenoci, Jonas Kocher, Luciano Caruso, IoIoI, Marcello Magliocchi, Filippo Monico, Kanoko Nishi, Bart Maris, Domenico Caliri, Claudio Lodati, Vittorino Curci, Roberto Ottaviano, Andy Diagram, Roberto Bellatalla, Jacopo Andreini, Bruno Romani, Hannes Krebs, Tiziana Lo Conte, Guy Strale, Stefano Bartolini, Martin Wichtel, Valeria Merlini aka JD Zazie, Chris Iemulo, Marino José Malagnino, Marco Tabellini, Kilian Schrader, Ivan Pilat, João Pais Filipe, Luca Cartolari, Alessandro Cartolari, Karen O’Brien, Andrej Bako, Andrea Biondello, André Coelho, Fabio Sfregola, Mario Rechtern, Linda Sharrock, Stefan Krist, Sergio Fedele, Vito Maria Laforgia, Giuseppe Mariani, Jeppa K Hall, Vincenzo Ramaglia, Claudio Comandini, Eric Arn, Michele Brieda, Daniele Pagliero, Renato Ciunfrini, Shawn Clocchiatti-Oakey, Cristiano Luciani, Marco Maurizi, Enrico Malatesta, Sakis Papadimitriou, Michel Le Maigne, Giorgio Simbola, Daniele Giannotta, Emmanuel Louis, Ak2deru, Luca Bernard, Filippo Giuffrè, Flavio Zanuttini, Dario Fariello, Giorgia Sylleou, Frantz Loriot, Andrea Laino, Tuia Cherici, Maurizio Suppo, Gareth Mitchell, Massimo Ceccarelli, Norontako Bagus Kentus, Alessandro Boscolo, Victor L. 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Young, Federico De Pizzol, Marco Crestani, Bratko Bibič, Claudia Cancellotti, Igor Alban Chevalier, Teho Teardo, Fulvia De Colle, Marco Carcasi, Pat Riské, Lorenzo Commisso, Paul Snowdon, Walter Belloni, Matthias Boss, Patrizio Pica aka Ben Presto, Bartolomeo Sailer aka Wang Inc., Luca Vortex, Sergio Cacherano Staropoli, Mike Goyvaerts, Margarida Guia, Nicole Legros, Davide Lorenzon, Alessandro Fiorin Damiani, Alberto Collodel, Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg, Lorenzo Gabriele, Francesco Rosati, Jonny Drury, Andrea Gulli, Paolo Pascolo, Manfred Riolsperger, Lucio Corenzi, Gianluca Varone, Errico De Fabritiis, Stefano Cogolo, Deborah Walker, Silvia Tarozzi, John Cuny, Massimo Miola, Rinus Van Alebeek, Mikaele Pellegrino, Mat Pogo, Fred Casadei, Herbert Lacina, Stefano Ferrian, Luca Pissavini, Alexandre Soares, Gustavo Costa, Henrique Fernandes, Beppe Scardino, Hervé Boghossian, Jeff Gburek, Edi Leo, Pino Montecalvo, Silvia Kastel, Ninni Morgia, Alessandro Calbucci, Noel Taylor, Diego Cofone aka Dicofone, Andrea Reali, Paed Conca, Luca Serrapiglio, Carlo Garof, Gian Luigi Diana, Liviano Mos, Roberto Lugli, Angelo Contini, Pat Moonchy, Bassirou Diakhate, Cristina Lodolo, Rudi Fischerlehner, Elisabetta Lanfredini, Francesco Calandrino, Marco Calandrino, Piero la Rocca, Dario De Filippo, Florinda Pecoraro, Gandolfo Pagano, Illi Adato, Camillo Amalfi, Roberto Fega, Paolo Sanna, Elia Casu, Agnes Szelag, Norman Teale aka The Norman Conquest, Paolo Falascone, John Hughes, Mario Arcari, Roberto Del Piano, Alessandra Bossa, Erika Sofia Sollo, Michele Anelli, Rik van Iersel, Raoul van der Weide, Siem Nozza, Edward Capel, Victor Suy Bio, Timo van Luijk, Marco Cristofolini, Julian Plaickner, Karolina Ossowska, Josh Kopeček, Thanh Thuy, Tra My, Pham Thi Hue, Nguyen Xuan Son aka Sonx, Kim Ngoc, Jakob Riis, Terje Thiwång, Henrik Frisk, Stefan Östersjö, Paolo Monti, Federico Gerini, Nicola Cattaneo, Franco Cortellessa, Giorgio Muresu, Alberto Mandarini, Emanuele Parrini, Paki Gennaro, Pierpaolo Capovilla, Kole Laca, Francesco Lobina, Alberto N. 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Turra, Guglielmo Pagnozzi, Silvia Cignoli, Matteo a Marca, Elisa Ulian, Christina Ruf, Armando Battiston, Dine Doneff aka Kostas Theodorou, Sylvia Bruckner, Andrea Grossi, Luca Calabrese, Alberto Tacchini, Fabio Volpi, Rosarita Crisafi, Fabio Mina, Ferdinando Faraò, Eloisa Manera, Riccardo Luppi, Claudio Lugo, Pozsár Máté, Peter Ajtai, Miklós Szilveszter, Emil Gross, Boris Janje, Jošt Drašler, Tomaž Grom, Markus Krispel, Marta Sacchi, Dimitris Havellas, Niki Dolp, Jakob Gnigler, Simon Frick, Tomasz Leś, Erich Schachtner, Kézdy Luca, Chiao-Hua Chang, Yoko Miura, Riccardo Marogna, Gabriele Cancelli, Kei Yoshida, Alessandra Laganà, Tommaso Marletta, Cene Resnik, Angelo Russo, Albert Márkos, Heather Saumer, Ewald Oberleitner, Bea Labikova, Carlo Mascolo, Francesco Partipilo, Alessandro Seravalle, Alberto Novello, Daniele Onori, Henry Marič, Dóra Attila, Andrea Begnini, Luigi Vitale, Cristian Lombardi, François Wong, Andrea Massaria, Andrea Cernecca, Alípio Carvalho Neto, Catherine Jauniaux.
With other musicians he gave life to many groups: Camusi, Mahakaruna Quartet (IT/SLO), Neu Musik Projekt, Transition (IT/DE), Nervidi, Magimc (IT/USA), Aghe Clope, Haiku, One Lip 5, Crash Trio, The Five Roosters (IT/UK), TAI No-Orchestra, Gamra (IT/CH), Papiers Collés, Memento Mari (IT/BE), Carver, NotG, Ògun, Gebbia/Giust/Iriondo, L’Amorth Duo, Squame, Skinstrings, Suonimmagine, Kongrosian Trio, Ipersensity, Babelis Project, Setoladimaiale Unit, Gbur, Margine, Orbitale Trio, Kalte Haut Brennendes Fleisch, Le Bambine, Red Glass Hearts, Crime’o’Nautix, Opera.
He has recorded and/or performed live with Pierpaolo Capovilla (Obtorto Collo Tour 2014, Interiezioni 2016), Noma, Spiritual Unity, Rediffusion (UK), Roy Paci’s Furious Alchemy Collective (IT/NL), Trio Solzenicyn, DIN-Collective (UK), Strähne Trio (DE), Lendormin, Bruno Romani Trio, Phil Minton’s Feral Choir (UK/IT), Gravida (IT/USA), Maisie, Vonneumann, Retrograde Collective (PL/USA/FR/IT), Larsen Lombriki, Kongrosian Quartet, Sektor 304 (PT), Vincenzo Ramaglia’s Chimera, Gruppo Oreste, Dokuro (USA), Being Together/Hanoi New Music Festival Ensemble (VN/IT/SE/DK/DE), Bologna Improvisers Orchestra, Collectif Inaudible (BE), Collettivo di Resistenza Culturale, Blistrap (UK), Star Pillow, Rik van Iersel’s Senga Etna (NL/BE/IT), Ridmo (AT/DE/SLO/IT/HU).
During the years, he has shared stages and playbills with many musicians, and some of them have completely different musical directions, such as Anthony Braxton, Alvin Curren, Primus, John Russell, Fugazi, SISU Percussion Ensemble, Mats Gustafsson, Carlos Giffoni, Negazione, John Edwards, Raphael Gualazzi, Robert Lowe, D.O.A., Manuel Mota, Kerosene, Chris Corsano, Fuzztones, John Wiese, Silverfish, Marta sui Tubi, Paul Rogers, Fishbones, Wolf Eyes, Verbal Assoult, Jozef van Wissem, Seers, Marphy’s Low, Michael Edwards, John Butcher, Karlheinz Essl, Zu, Flashtones, Freak Antoni, Giorgio Nottoli, Joe McPhee, GX Jupitter-Larsen and Gavin Bryars.
He has played at international festivals as Hanoi New Music Festival (Vietnam), Angelica 2018 Festival Internazionale di Musica (Bologna), Angelica 2016 Concert Season (Bologna), Mostra SESC de Artes (São Paulo, Brazil), BRDA Contemporary Music Festival (Smartno, Slovenia), Saturnalia Festival 2017 (Milano), MIBnight Jazz Festival (Bremen, Germany), Defonija (Ljubljana), Interpenetration Festival (Graz ’10, ’13), Chilli Jazz Festival (Heiligenkreuz im Lafnitztal, Austria ’14, ’15, ’16), ImproCON (Kumrovec, Croazia), Axes Beuk Festival (Eindhoven), TAI Fest #2, #3 (Milano ’15, ’16), Drittes Kleines Festival Der Anderen Art (Bern), Italian Jazz Rebels (Bologna), Festival Sons Libérés (Bruxelles), Possible Setting Amirani Festival (Milano), Retrograde In The Dromosphere Festival (Poznań, Poland), Tarcento Jazz Festival (Udine), Fonomanie (Bari), Pre Sonar Event (London), Corde Pizzicate (Torino), Scatole Sonore (Roma ’07, ’08, ’09), Mopomoso (London), Note Non Note / Nuove Partiture e Improvvisazione (Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma), Arezzo Wave, Venetian Industries Festival (Venezia), Šinafest (Idrija, Slovenia), Scrusci Festival (Alcamo, Trapani), Asti Musica 2014, Villa Ada – Roma incontra il Mondo, Aeson Festival (Parco Isonzo Fiumicello, Udine); artistic contexts as the 48th Venice Biennale (’99), B.I.G. Biennale Internazionale Arte Giovane (Torino), Hic Et Nunc (Udine ’02, ’03, ’04), Azioni Inclementi (Vicenza), Arte Open / Itinerari Possibili (Gorizia ’17, ’18), Orchestrazione #26 (Portogruaro); art galleries as Fondazione Mudima (Milano), Neon Campobase (Bologna), Italo Chiodi Studio (Bergamo), Villa Manin (Udine ’02, ’05, ’06, ’14), Illuseum (Amsterdam), Galleria Contemporaneo (Venezia), Museolaboratorio (Città Sant’Angelo, Pescara), Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone (Gorizia); theaters as Hanoi Youth Theater (Vietnam), Teatro Santana (São Paulo, Brazil), Teatro Miela (Trieste ’90, ’04), Passos Manuel (Porto), Teatro Abeliano (Bari), Petit Théâtre Mercelis (Bruxelles), Teatro Verdi (Piacenza), Teatro San Leonardo (Bologna), Spazio Sì (Bologna), Teatro Le Serre (Grugliasco, Torino), Teatro Gustavo Modena (Genova), Sala Piatti (Bergamo Alta), Educatorio della Provvidenza (Torino), Teatro Verdi (Pordenone), Teatro De Micheli (Ferrara), ex Teatro delle Marionette (Milano), Teatro Herberia (Rubiera); clubs as Vortex (London), Area Sismica (Forlì ’11, ’12, ’18), Klub Gromka, Metelkova (Ljubljana), Jazz Club Ferrara, Postgarage (Graz), Klub Gustaf-Pekarna (Maribor), Wendel (Berlin), Spazio Aereo / Argo16 (Marghera), Fluc (Wien), The Klinker (London ’07, ’08), Masada (Milano), Celeste – Neu New York/Vienna Institute Of Improvised Music (Wien), Orion (Roma), TPO (Bologna), Magnolia (Milano), La Centrale (Bordeaux), Druso Circus (Bergamo), Bloom (Milano), Sowieso (Berlin), Hiroshima Mon Amour (Torino), Fuori Orario (Reggio Emilia), Viper Theatre (Firenze), Sounds Food (Cuneo), Blutopia (Roma), Hybrida (Udine), Dobialab (Gorizia), Industrie 9 (Luzern); cultural centers as Unione Culturale Franco Antonicelli (Torino), ZDB / Galeria Zé Dos Bois (Lisboa), Macao / Center for Art, Culture and Research (Milano ’17, ’18), Buro-Beukorkest / TAC-Temporary Art Centre (Eindhoven), Invisible Show (Bergamo ’16, ’18), DomDom-The Hub For Experimental Music & Art (Zone 9, Hanoi, Vietnam), Visionario (Udine ’11, ’18), Reitschule (Bern), Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma, KUD France Prešeren (Ljubljana), Rialtosantambrogio (Roma), The Foundry (London), Amann Studio (Wien), Centro Stabile di Cultura (Vicenza), Staalplaat (Berlin), Leoncavallo (Milano), Rivolta (Marghera), Italijanski inštitut za kulturo v Sloveniji (Ljubljana), Aldo Dice 26×1 (Milano), Morion (Venezia), Gängeviertel (Hamburg), The Noise Upstairs (Manchester) WIM (Zürich); ancient or historical sites as St. Zeno Abbey (Pisa), Confraternita dei Battuti (Vicoforte), Villa Capriglio (Torino), ruins of the church of Annunziata (Alcamo, Trapani), Idrija Mercury Mine – Unesco 2012 (Slovenia), Fortezza di Vinadio (Cuneo), Sala Santa Maria (Acqui Terme), Piazza Libertà (Campi Salentina), Castello di Moncalieri / Giardino delle Rose (Moncalieri); Universities as Academy Of Fine Arts of Bologna, DAMS – Discipline of Arts Music and Spectacle of Turin, IUAV – University of Architecture in Venice, IED – Istituto Europeo di Design, Milano; audio-video/multidisciplinary festivals as Danae Festival (Milano), Lago Film Fest (Revine Lago), Torture Garden (Buttrio, Toppo Florio’s park), Festival Teatro e Letteratura (Bardonecchia); live performance at radio broadcasters as Resonance 104.4FM (London Musicians’ Collective, London ’05, ’09), Radio Kairos (Bologna), Radio Onde Furlane (Udine). He has performed live soundtracks for video art and movies by Marcel Duchamp, Fernand Léger, Man Ray, Stan Brakhage, Tuia Cherici, Ciprì e Maresco, Mario Bava, Derek Jarman, Roberto Masotti, Gianluca Lo Presti, Fania Palma / Enea Garrapa; light performances with Hybrida Light Show, Max Klein, Bianca Nicolescu, VJ Hellstone and others.
As composer of acousmatic, electronic and creative music, some of his works have been used by experimental film directors such as Giovanni Andreotta – for the full soundtrack of the short film Bezahlen, which deserves a special mention by Fano International Film Festival in 1999 – and Fabrizio Personeni; on video-installations by Gorazd Krnc, Toni Mestrovic, Alessandro Amaducci, Sammlerfamilie/Filoart, Tullio De Gennaro, Renzo Cevro-Vukovic, Alan De Cecco aka Soda, Iris Ollschewski, Lorenzo Commisso. As a soloist, he has played live on the short movie Scratching Film/Esperimento 01, as part of AnimAzione-Rassegna d’Animazione d’Autore, curated by Paola Bristot for VivaComix, as well as the solo performances for the artistic scores by Fulvia Spizzo, entitled Pagine di Musica Iterativa. He has performed for live paintings, among others Arianna Ellero and Giulio Masieri; he has musically accompanied poets such as Federico Tavan, Asana Ležečki (aka Vid Jeraj), Zarko Jovanovski, Ždral De Fis, Siniša Matasović and Acg Vianen. Participation to AD’A-Area D’Azione (Rocca Sforzesca, Imola), Sguardi Sonori 2008 – Festival of Media and Time Based Art (CAM Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, Napoli), Sguardi Sonori 2014 – Stars (Museo Pietro Canonica, Villa Borghese, Roma). Other works have been used by an unnamed company for a video and theatre piece, performed at the National Theatre of El Salvador (San Salvador). The multimedia project Papiers Collés has been rewarded by Italian Ministry of Instruction – Department of Arts and Research (’05).
In the field of theatre music, in 2016 he has collaborated with BlucinQue Company based in Turin, for which he was initially invited at the Cascade of Bourg St Andéol in France, as tutor for the company, on the life and work of John Cage, concerning the theatrical work entitled We 273 by Caterina Mochi Sismondi, and dedicated to Cage. In 2017 and 2018, the collaboration with BlucinQue Company is for the theatre music of the work Il Volo/La Vertigine di Giulietta, inspired by the famous tragedy by William Shakespeare; original music composed and freely performed along with Patrizia Oliva, with adaptations and samplings from the music of Sergei Prokofiev’s ballet of 1935; direction and choreography by Caterina Mochi Sismondi; dancers, actors and acrobats: Jonnathan Angel Rodriguez, Elisa Mutto, Rio Ballerani, Andrea Paola Martínez, Marta Rizzi, Francesca Netto, Lukas Vaca Medina, Federico Ceragioli and Camilo Jimenez.
In 2018 he collaborates with Transmedia Arti Visive for “Acqua per Essere”, performance for dance, video, voice, electronics and percussion, directed by Franco Milani and Nicoletta Leghissa. Choreography by The Lab Collettivo Contemporaneo; dancers and performers: Alice Parovel, Serena Millo, Giorgia Fioretto, Vanessa Gregorin, Benedetta Agostinis, Giada Buiatti; original music composed and freely performed by Stefano Giust and Patrizia Oliva; video and photography by Franco Milani and Nicoletta Leghissa.
He participates as a musician to the soundtrack of Noma, an autobiographical documentary film, by Alessandra Laganà and Tommaso Marletta under the direction of Andrès Arce Maldonado. The film tells of Alessandra’s battle against cancer, aided by art and music. In the film appears, among others, an interview with Giust. The movie is the winner of the recognition award for the humanitarian value of the work at the Accolade Global Film Competition 2017 (California, USA).
At the invitation of art director Massimo Simonini, in 2016 he is curator of a series of four concerts, one of which present also as a musician, for the Concert Season 2016/2017 of Angelica – Centro di Ricerca Musicale, Teatro San Leonardo (Bologna). He is curator of an evening also for the following two concert seasons 2017/2018 and 2018/2019.
The 25th anniversary of Setola di Maiale was commissioned and celebrated at the Angelica Festival Internazionale di Musica on May 16th 2018, with a sold-out concert of the Setoladimaiale Unit composed of seven musicians, for the occasion together with Evan Parker, with an introduction of gongs played by composer Philip Corner and his wife, choreographer and dancer, Phoebe Neville.
The name Setoladimaiale Unit was used the first time in 1999 during the 48th Venice Biennale, where he was performing and playing two concerts with two different line-ups of the ensemble, at Chiostro dei Tolentini and in the Italian Pavilion (Giardini).
Setola di Maiale is the record label he runs, devoted to creative and experimental music since 1993. The label has released his work as well as the work of many international improvisers and composers: up to now he has produced more than 380 titles involving 650 musicians. Connected to this project, he has organized 3 festivals: Avanguardia Clandestina and Alterazioni Sonore, both in 1997 and Festival Setolare 2003 for the tenth anniversary. In 2016, under the invitation of promoter Alessandra Cussini, he has curated in Bologna a series of concerts at Senza Nome, the first cultural coffee bar managed by deaf mute in Italy. Such as the invitation to Angelica 2018 for the twentyfive years anniversary, for the twentieth anniversary of 2013, he has been invited to the Axes Beuk Festival in Eindhoven (Netherlands), at the TAC-Temporary Art Center, due to the invitation of the artist and musician Rik van Iersel, where he played and exhibited the complete catalog of the label, as part of the international exhibition within the Festival.
His practice of networking and his musical aesthetic, have been analyzed in 2003 in the degree thesis cum laude of Ivan Dal Cin, entitled “L’Arte Partecipante”, University of Udine, Italy.
A number of radio stations has been broadcast his work, among others Rai Radio Tre (Battiti, Radio3 Suite), Rai Tre Tv, Resonance 104.4FM (London), Radio Televizija Slovenija, Taran’s Free Jazz Hour (Europe), Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7FM (New York), Radio Popolare, Radio-UAT (México), Radio Onde Furlane, Triple R Radio (Australia), Radio Base 81, 2SER/Curved Radio (Australia), Radio Città Fujiko, KFJC (San Francisco) and Radio Bremen (Germany).
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