Rome jazz cool the workshops


Rome jazz cool the seminars 2005, Rome was the birthplace of jazz with the master seminars organized by the Saint Louis College of Music. Musicians from all corners of the world turned the city into a global stage.

With their outstanding performances and unique talents, they have enriched the Roman music scene, creating a cool and vibrant atmosphere. These events have left an indelible mark on the history of jazz and the soul of the Eternal City.


Enrico Rava, Mark Murphy, Giovanni Tommaso, Salvatore Bonafede, Maurizio Giammarco, Rosario Giuliani, Paolo Damiani, Enrico Pieranunzi, Fabrizio Sferra, Sandro Gibellini, Fabrizio Bosso, Gianluca Renzi, Roberto Gatto, Susanna Stivali, Claudio Corvini.


The main feature and strength of Rome jazz’s cool seminars is the organization of instrument lessons in small classes of 5 or 6 students, the only way to consciously get in touch with the artist-teachers, avoiding overcrowding of little educational validity.


High (minimum of 4 years of jazz study), medium (minimum of 3 years of jazz study) and basic (about 2 years of jazz study) students can participate in Rome jazz’s cool seminars. Each day there will be 6 to 9 hours of lessons in instrument, improvisation, ensemble music and trio workshops, at Saint Louis venues in Rome.

The levels

Students in the course will be divided into three levels and will also have the opportunity to rub shoulders with teachers of other instruments in ensemble music workshops, trio workshops and afternoon master classes.


At Roma jazz cool the 2005 seminars in addition to the instrument and ensemble music classes, the “Trio Lab” class is inaugurated, 1h 30 a day in which bass and drums students will play in trio formations with pianists, while guitar and piano students will play in trios with a rhythm section.

Roma Jazz's Cool - 2005
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