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Ramberto Ciammarughi, a pianist and composer originally from Assisi, launched his musical career in the early 1980s, performing solo and in trios in numerous Italian jazz clubs. During this period, he frequently collaborated with top Italian musicians, distinguishing himself for his talent and versatility. He has not limited himself to the national scene, but has also shared stages and recording studios with renowned international artists, including Randy Brecker, Billy Cobham, Steve Grossman, John Clark, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Vinnie Colaiuta, Jimmie Owens and others.

In 2004, Ciammarughi was part of Miroslav Vitous’ quartet, playing alongside the likes of Bob Mintzer, Adam Nussbaum, Danny Gottlieb and Maurizio Giammarco. His participation in such prestigious projects underscores his prominent position in the international music scene.

In addition to his role as a top performer, Ciammarughi has distinguished himself as a composer and arranger for soundtracks for theatrical performances and visual art installations. Over the years, he has contributed to the philosophy readings at the Teatro al Parlamento in 1985, the theatrical montage of “Gulliver” at the Tor di Nona Theater in Rome, and the music for Vittorio Pirrotta’s “Eumenides” presented at the Venice Biennale in 2004.

His recording activity, started in 1985, includes collaborations with some of the most renowned Italian artists, such as Furio di Castri, Mia Martini, M. Giammarco, Bruno Tommaso, Roberto Gatto, Umberto Fiorentino and Luigi Ferrara. In addition, Ciammarughi has contributed to the soundtrack of several records and served as performer, author and arranger for projects for radio, film and television. His multifaceted musical career continues to confirm Ramberto Ciammarughi as a leading figure on the Italian and international art scene.

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Ramberto Ciammarughi

Ramberto Ciammarughi
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