Enrico Pieranunzi

Enrico Pieranunzi

Jazz Piano Jazz Piano Italian Contemporary Jazz
Enrico Pieranunzi was born in Rome in 1949. He began studying piano when he was five years old, partly from his father who was a jazz-loving guitarist. At the same time, his father started introducing him to the wonders of jazz improvisation as well.
Enrico developed his jazz style and became a professional when he was nineteen years old. Since then he worked with the trombonist Marcello Rosa’s quartet.

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Top Albums

  • Live in Paris
    Live in Paris
  • Daedalus' Wings
    Daedalus' Wings
  • Alone Together
    Alone Together
  • Special Encounter
    Special Encounter
  • Fellini Jazz
    Fellini Jazz
  • Evans Remembered
    Evans Remembered
  • Con infinite voci
    Con infinite voci
  • Les Amants
    Les Amants
  • Racconti Mediterranei
    Racconti Mediterranei
  • What's What (Piano Solo)
    What's What (Piano Solo)
  • Canto nascosto (Omaggio al pianoforte)
    Canto nascosto (Omaggio al pianoforte)
  • Seaward
    Seaward
  • No Man's Land
    No Man's Land
  • Un'alba dipinta sui muri
    Un'alba dipinta sui muri
  • Perugia Suite
    Perugia Suite
  • Canto Nascosto
    Canto Nascosto
  • Piano Solo (Live in Switzerland)
    Piano Solo (Live in Switzerland)
  • Plays the Music of Wayne Shorter: Infant Eyes
    Plays the Music of Wayne Shorter: Infant Eyes
  • Improvised Forms of Trio
    Improvised Forms of Trio

Enrico Pieranunzi. Artist Bio

Enrico Pieranunzi was born in Rome in 1949. He began studying piano when he was five years old, partly from his father who was a jazz-loving guitarist. At the same time, his father started introducing him to the wonders of jazz improvisation as well.
Enrico developed his jazz style and became a professional when he was nineteen years old. Since then he worked with the trombonist Marcello Rosa’s quartet.

Read more about Enrico Pieranunzi on Last.fm.


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