Pierpaolo Principato musician and teacher graduated in jazz from the L. Refice Conservatory of Frosinone. Lecturer and teaching coordinator of the Harmony, Jazz Piano, Piano and Keyboard courses at Saint Louis College of Music, of which he is a member of the Academic Council.

Alongside his teaching activities, he also performs as a concert artist.

Since 1988 the decades-long collaboration with Francesco Bruno, Richie Havens, Agostino Marangolo and Gigi De Rienzo and many others.

Pierpaolo Principato in the fall of ’96 collaborated on the production (arrangements and performance) of the soundtrack for Roberta Torre’s musical “Tano da Morire” (Foreign Critics’ Award for music).

Still in Italy the fun collaboration with singer Paolo Belli, with whom he also recorded, in ’93, the self-titled album and participated in some tours.

In winter ’93/’94 he took part in trumpeter Nini Rosso’s tour, with whom he performed in theaters in major cities in Japan.

In late 2005 he collaborated with violinist Nino Cannavacciuolo for a series of concerts.

In the fall of 2006, he collaborated in the making of Riccardo Milani’s film “Piano solo,” about the life of pianist Luca Flores, as a trainer for lead actor Kim Rossi Stuart and as a music consultant regarding piano and group performances.

In September 2008, he recorded the music for the musical “Hairspray,” which is scheduled from Sept. 30, 2008 at the Sistina Theater in Rome.

Pierpaolo Principato throughout his career has cultivated his deep passion for jazz, giving concerts in numerous Italian and foreign festivals and jazz clubs with various ensembles also under his own name.

Numerous live performances including “D.O.C.” and “Smoke Signals,” “Roxy Bar” with Jovanotti and Paolo Belli, “Yesterday Goggi and Tomorrow” with Sergio Caputo and others.

From 2001 to 2006 he played continuously in the summer tours of “Neri Per Caso.”



Italian Jazz on The Road tour continues
Special guest: Noora Salmi
Northern Lines concert lesson

Pierpaolo Principato

Pierpaolo Principato
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