Nino Siragusa Jazz Trio Show

The Nino Siragusa Jazz Trio is a cool jazz ensemble composed by Nino Siragusa (guitar and vocals) accompanied by bass and drums.

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The band offers 5 types of repertoire:
the Great American Songbook, Nino Siragusa sings Chet Baker, Pop in Jazz, the Great Italian Songbook and Nino Siragusa Compositions.

1. The Great American Songbook:

the interpretation of the most beautiful and unforgettable compositions of characters such as George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin and others.

2. Nino Siragusa sings Chet Baker:

it could be considered a deepening of the Great American Songbook.

In this project the Sicilian artist proposes the sung jazz classics that popularized the great Chet Baker in the 50s and early 60s.

The choice of adopting this program comes naturally due to the vocal timbre and the lyric and intimate style that the two musicians share.

A warm, sweet and relaxing voice that lends itself well to the melodies of the Great American Songbook.

Among the songs in the repertoire include the famous My funny Valentine, But not for me, Blame it on my youth and the ballad Estate wrote by the Italian Bruno Martino.

3. Pop in Jazz:

In this very entertaining and easy listening repertoire, the mastery of Nino Siragusa’s jazz arrangements is applied, applied to the great international hits of Pop music with very interesting reharmonizations able to involve attentive listeners and not.

4. Great Italian Songbook

The interpretation and the personal reinterpretation of the great classics of Italian song known nationally and internationally with which the artist has already established himself abroad.

5. Nino Siragusa Compositions

Nino Siragusa is above all a composer and in live shows he plays the original and unpublished passages written by the artist as the ballad Percezione in the video below the article interpreted on the piano by the same author.






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