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Rusconi
Hometown: Switzerland
Web site: http://www.rusconi-music.com
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Biography:
Rusconi Trio is formed by three young jazz musicians from Switzerland who stormed the world at the Jazznojazz Festival in Zurich in November 2006. They were immediately praised as “ The New Discovery” of the renowned Festival.

Their Music is harmonic and warm without appearing sterile, and their predominantly natural style is infiltrated with an interplay of disunity and aesthetic. Stefan Rusconi excels on the piano, impressing with his rhythmic elegance and captivating harmonic magic. They are young, fresh, stylistic, innovative - but above all they simply are great performers. Their unique musical style seems to be the long overdue revitalization of nowadays Jazz scene. The trio are said to be the future of jazz.

In March 2008 they toured through Germany and attracted the attention of the major label Sony Music. Rusconi released their third album “One Up Down Left Right” in the same year. Whether in the small clubs in Berlin, Cologne, Munich, the renowned festivals or in the concert halls as a supporting act for Joshua Redman, the fresh and different Rusconi thrill their audience with a wide choice of modern style Jazz that's incomparable and unique.

Their new album “It’s a Sonic Youth Life” is inspired by the music of Sonic Youth, one of the most influential indie rock bands. An exceptional project where Rusconi will be showing a new side without loosing their own distinctive sound.

Rusconi had been raved as the new Esbjorn Svensson Trio after Esbjorn Svensson died in 2008, continuing to lift the European Jazz scene to a higher level

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