Vincenzo Martorella, a jazz historian and music scholar of the 20th and 21st centuries, is one of the most authoritative Italian music critics.

He has taught, and still teaches, History of Jazz and Analysis of Composing and Improvising Jazz Processes at the Conservatori di Venezia, Sassari, Latina, Cosenza, La Spezia and Ferrara.

He taught: History of Alternative Music, at the SSIS of the University of Bari.

Twentieth-Century Music History, at New York University, and History of Popular Music at the Master in Radio Conductor and Digital Media, organized by the Department of Sciences of the Li Guage of the University for Foreigners of Perugia.

At the Conservatory of Terni he held a series of lectures on the history of jazz, which he taught for fifteen years.

For twenty years he has held lectures, listening guides and courses on jazz history throughout Italy.

He published the books: History of the Fusion.

He has curated and translated, for Einaudi, New History of Jazz, by Alyn Shipton, for which he has compiled a full Glossary.

Collaborations and events

Athens International Jazz Festival.

Vincenzo Martorella

Vincenzo Martorella
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