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F E A T U R E D   R E V I E W S

..this mixture of Jazz and classical stile was delivered with an understanding of both methods and would be considered third strem music..

Paul Black- “World of Opera" Dublin (Ireland)

......Alessandra Garosi, italian pianist with great talent, suprising eclecticism. During her concert she performed piano works by the brazilian composer Heitor Villa Lobos and gave an intense tribute to the american George Gershwin and  Frank Zappa.....

 "i.Italy" New York - by Roberta Michelino

she performed a selection of compositions from Bach to Bartòk, showing great talent and brilliant pianism…

Carol Payne “The Sydney Morning Herald” Sydney (Australia)

With a cello, a clarinet, a piano and electronics, deft fingers, wit, and talent, Harmonia presents 14 lovely numbers of Zappa as witty and enchanting chamber fare..

John Pulver "The Music Advocate" London (England)

Alessandra Garosi (piano) and Adam Simmons (saxophone, bass clarinet and shakuhachi) invited the audience to share an intimate musical conversation, alternatively poignant and quiet, aggressive and loud, all the while exploring the depths of their instruments and pushing the boundaries of sound.

It was an extraordinary performance of virtuosity and interplay between these world class musicians in Ballarat. Garosi and Simmons were as one, finely attuned to the nuances in dynamics, rhythmic punctuations, and an interaction of timbres.

This unshakeable duo gave us a lesson in how musicians can support, communicate and respect each other's musical expression.

The Courier, Ballarat, Victoria (Australia)

by Clare Shannon

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