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Antonio Ciacca is an experienced pianist, composer, and conductor. His work ranges from Classical to Jazz with influences from both European and American traditions, allowing Ciacca to move fluidly among cultural environments. His extensive knowledge about Jazz is the result of decades long collaborations with the likes of : Benny Golson, Steve Lacy, Lee Konitz, Andy Farber and Wes Anderson just to name a few. Ciacca is a wonderful musician as well as an educator, currently teaching History of American Jazz at Marymount Manhattan College. His compositions for jazz big band, orchestras, movie soundtracks, ballet, chamber ensembles and solo piano have been performed worldwide, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Teatro Regio of Parma and Vatican Hall. He is currently a doctorate candidate at Stony Brook University and holds a master’s degree at City College of New York and a bachelor’s degree at the Bologna Conservatory in Italy.
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