02/12/14: Doors at Midnight!
Roberto Tarenzi (Piano)
Roberto Pistolesi (Drums)
Luca Fattorini (Bass)
“We haven't had anything like this in New York for over twenty years". Wynton Marsalis
The Ronnie Scott's Late Late Show!
MONDAY - THURSDAY 11pm-3am
FRIDAY - SATURDAY 1am-3am
ENTRY ON THE DOOR OR
PREBOOKING AVAILABLE MON - THUR ONLY
£10 Entry, £5 Students (with ID), FREE entry to MU, Club members and main show ticket holders
In 1959, saxophonist Ronnie Scott opened the door to a small basement club in London’s west end where local musicians could jam. Today, it is one of the world’s most famous jazz clubs attracting packed houses and the biggest names in jazz and popular music and Ronnie Scott’s welcoming, stylish setting is also home to London’s coolest late night hang.
Each night Monday to Saturday, after the main act, Ronnie Scott’s presents the Late Late Show, where some of the UK’s finest jazz talents take to the stage for a late night blowing session.
Born in Milan in 1977, Roberto starts playing classical piano at eight. He discovers jazz in his teens and by 19 starts playing professionally with the Enrico Intra’s Big Band,
performing with some of the best Italian and international musicians; among them Max Roach, Bobby Watson, Bob Brookmeyer, David Murray, Eddie Daniels, David Raksin, Enrico Rava.
Roberto will be bringing to the late show a new trio with Roberto Pistolesi on drums and Nicola Muresu on bass, fusing many musical elements of his background such as contemporary classical music, bebop, and New Orleans funk grooves.
“...Roberto is in my estimation one of the most talented pianists I have encountered over the past years. He is disciplined, knowledgeable about the jazz legacy, has great ears and most of all, a burning desire to be a great musician…” -Dave Liebman-
“…Roberto exhibits an amazing assuredness of swing and technique juxtaposing a contemporary linear approach with respect for the roots. His touch on the piano and great spirit, along with his angular compositional approach makes this a worthwhile and enjoyable listen…” -Phil Markowitz-