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Hot on the heels of their critically-acclaimed album Trialogue (released through 33Jazz), Marco Marconi Trio have been thrilling spectators with their contemporary jazz stylings at iconic London nightspots like Ronnie Scott’s and the 606 Club.

Helmed by Marco Marconi, an Italian jazz pianist known as “The Doctor”, and elevated by sidekicks Tom Farmer (double bass) and Emiliano Caroselli (drums), this dynamic combo comes with a venerable pedigree, honed here in the UK and further abroad.

Marconi’s distinct, cinematic compositions are skillfully bolstered by Farmer and Caroselli’s inspired musicianship. Their jazz spellbinds on record and in atmospheric clubs, captivating punters and music critics.

Melding original tracks with classic jazz standards, the trio has honed a winning formula. Their next album New Roads will fuse bebop, ballads, bossa nova, tango and moody numbers, and will feature one of Europe’s leading jazz saxophonists, Max Ionata.

In an age when hep cats thought that they’d heard it all, Marco Marconi Trio delivers something truly fresh. This is eclectic jazz for the 21st century — edgy, soulful, spontaneously rhythmic.

 

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Marco Marconi

Raised in Umbria, Italy, post-graduate qualified composer and pianist Marco Marconi solidified his position as a consummate jazz master in the big smoke of London. He has studied at the prestigious Conservatory of Music in Perugia and with iconic pianists Riccardo Risaliti and Ramberto Ciammarughi.

Marconi has showcased his remarkable talents at the Faziolo Concert Hall in Venice, across the British jazz festival circuit, and at legendary London venues including Ronnie Scott’s, 606 Club, the Southbank Centre, and Vortex. Internationally, Marconi has performed at Umbria Jazz, the Umbria Film Festival, Festival dei Saraceni, and Snug Harbor — New Orleans’ landmark jazz club.

As a sideman, Marconi has taken the stage in England, Italy, France, Germany, America, and Luxembourg.  He has been signed to a duo of notable jazz labels including 33Jazz and Candid Records.

His critically acclaimed albums include Mosaico, Nordik, Trialogue, and the upcoming long player New Roads,  where he’ll be joined by his jazz ‘partner’s in rhythm’ — drummer Emiliano Caroselli and double bassist Tom Farmer.

Tom Farmer

Best known for his role as double bassist in the award-winning quartet Empirical, Tom Farmer has enjoyed an illustrious career in the British music scene since graduating from the Guildhall School of Music.
As part of Empirical, Tom has won several notable music prizes including a MOBO Award (Best Jazz Act), a Mojo Award (Jazz Album of the Year), and a Peter Whittingham Jazz Award. His group also won the inaugural EBU Jazz Competition at 2008’s North Sea Jazz Festival.
Tom has showcased his musical talents onstage at international events such as the Montreal Jazz Festival, New York JVC Jazz Festival, Vancouver Jazz Festival, London Jazz Festival, and Berlin JazzFest. He has contributed to Radio 3’s In Tune, Jamie Cullum’s BBC Jazz Show, and Michael Parkinson’s Our Kind of Music.
In 2018, Farmer toured the globe with Anoushka Shankar (daughter of icon Ravi) where he played double bass, keyboards and electronics. They performed at Knoxville, Tennessee’s Big Ears Festival, Womad NZ, and the beautiful Sydney Opera House.

Emiliano Caroselli

Born in Rome, Italy, Emiliano Caroselli was raised on a diet of Ella Fitzgerald, Pink Floyd, Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, and Frank Sinatra. At age 17, he became infatuated with rhythm, practicing drumming for 12 hours a day.

Caroselli’s discovery of prominent jazz drummers such as Max Roach, Art Blakey and Melvin Jones sparked in him a passion for the art form. Moving to Cuba, he studied Afro-Cuban percussion at Havana’s National School of Art.

Back on Italian soil, Caroselli studied at Saint Louis College of Music and the Frosinone Conservatory, recording the album Tempi Provvisori (Temporary Time) with his band Juju 4et.

In 2012, after moving to London, Caroselli swiftly earned a reputation as one of the city’s prominent drummers. He is a master of many eclectic musical styles including big band, Afro-Cuban, jazz, funk, rock, and Brazilian. 

 

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An inspirational feast of stylish contemporary jazz this remarkable trio had the audience spellbound from the onset with Marco’s original compositions interspersed with jazz standards.”

— Stratford Jazz

MARCO MARCONI TRIO

Hot on the heels of their critically-acclaimed album Trialogue (released through label 33Jazz), Marco Marconi Trio has been thrilling spectators with their contemporary jazz stylings at iconic London nightspots like Ronnie Scott’s and the 606 Club. 

Helmed by Italian jazz pianist Marco Marconi ably assisted by Tom Farmer (double bass) and Emiliano Caroselli (drums), this dynamic combo comes with an impressive pedigree, honed here in the UK and further abroad. 

Farmer and Caroselli’s inspired musicianship skillfully bolsters Marconi's distinct cinematic compositions. Their jazz spellbinds on record and in atmospheric clubs, captivating punters and music critics. 

Melding original tracks with classic jazz standards, the trio has coined a winning formula. Their next album "New Roads" will fuse bebop, ballads, bossa nova, tango, and moody numbers, and will feature one of Europe’s leading jazz saxophonists, Max Ionata. 

In an age when ‘hep cats’ thought they’d heard it all, Marco Marconi Trio delivers something genuinely fresh. This is eclectic jazz for the 21st century — edgy, soulful, spontaneously rhythmic.

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FAST FACTS

  • Marco Marconi Trio is Marco Marconi (piano), Tom Farmer (double bass) and Emiliano Caroselli (drums). 
  • The group is signed to British record label 33Jazz, which was founded in 1990. 
  • Their latest album Trialogue garnered 5-star reviews in respected publications including Jazz in Europe and The Telegraph. 
  • Their upcoming album will feature famed saxophonist Max Ionata, who has worked with a long line of jazz icons and Grammy-winning musicians. 
  • As a live performer, Marconi has earned rave reviews in newspapers including The Guardian. 
  • The trio have performed at venerated London jazz establishments including Ronnie Scott’s, Vortex, and the 606 Club.

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