Piano & Compositions
Stefania Tallini is one of the most highly appreciated jazz pianists and composers in Italy, whose original style has made her one of the most fascinating and well-established figures on the Italian and international jazz scene. She has released 9 records as leader, featuring a wide range of music that she herself has written and arranged for various different ensembles.
A composer of the highest calibre, and an acclaimed pianist who has won numerous awards and competitions, Stefania Tallini regularly performs at some of the most important international music festivals. Among the various musical modalities and line-ups that Stefania proposes, she feels that the solo piano performance is a particularly congenial approach, as it allows her to express to the full her own personal attitude towards musical composition, which is now becoming even more mature and intimate. She presents us with a kaleidoscope of different styles and moods, including the genres of jazz, classical and Brazilian music, which the pianist has been able to merge into her own very original language. All of this has made her one of the most captivating and widely-appreciated performers in the world of music today.
Stefania Tallini “…belongs by right to the new generation of italian jazz that crosses the boundaries of other genres, inventing a total music…”.
She boasts a brilliant career through synergies with great artists on the world scene: Guinga, Gregory Hutchinson, Gabriel Grossi, Gabriel Mirabassi, Enrico Intra and the Civic Jazz Band, Michele Rabbia, Bruno Tommaso, Maurizio Giammarco, Javier Girotto, Remì Vignolò, Andy Gravish, Tiago Amud, Marcus Tardelli, Sergio Galvao, Roberto Taufic; and in the classical sphere: Corrado Giuffredi, Simone Nicoletta, Phoebe Ray, Natalia Suharevic. Her discography includes 10 albums as a leader, and includes all her compositions, some of which have been chosen by great international artists to be interpreted and recorded, such as Enrico Pieranunzi (in the trio with Marc Johnson and Joey Baron) and John Taylor. She has been invited to the most important Jazz Festivals in Italy, France, Germany, Lithuania, the United States, Israel, and many times in prestigious contexts such as “The Concerts of the Quirinale”.
Stefania Tallini also presents her music in Piano Solo: a situation that is very congenial to her, in which she best expresses her peculiar compositional world, now increasingly mature and personal. A kaleidoscope of different sounds that have been nourished by jazz, classical music, Brazilian music and that the pianist has been able to bring together in its original language, which makes it one of the most interesting and well-established musical realities of today.