Stefano Ianne is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, inventor and music therapist, who has 14 albums in his career. Author of various soundtracks and TV commercials, He is one of the most original composer in the european music scene. His music can be heard normally in various TV and radio, such as RAI International and Radio RAI. He's the author of Acqua Panna spot TV, featuring Carlo Cracco. The versatility of his music has allowed him to join international collaborations: Trilok Gurtu, Mario Marzi, Emanuele Arciuli, Antonella Ruggiero, Nick Beggs, Ricky Portera, Terl Bryant, Rolf Hind, Romano Mussolini, Irio De Paula, Ettore Lombardi, Arthur Miles, Placido Salamone, UTGandhi, John De Leo, Aram Ghasemy, Simone d'Eusanio, Liam McKahey. His symphonic works are processed by Valter Sivilotti with whom he started since a long time a musical partnership rich of creativeness.
Stefano Ianne has a degree in Conservation of Cultural Heritage and He has a degree in Musictherapy.
He invented Midifly, a musical instrument with a new approach in neurorehabilitation.
Steve Reich, composer
"Concerto per Violino Quarto and Moto Perpetuo struck me as quite lovely. I wish him well developing his natural rather prolific talent”
Giorgio Battistelli, composer and director
"I believe that one of the most complex operations today is to create a synthesis that represents the present style, I have the impression that Stefano Ianne has the energy to venture out of the castle"
Massimiliano Caldi, director
"It must be listened to to the end to grasp the progressive unfolding of a strong evocative value that becomes perceptible from ever different points of view and for an ever more conscious understanding of every fascinating nuance in Stefano Ianne's musical language"
Simone Ungaro, writer
"Infinite variations and micro-variations renew the musical themes, around which the arrangements, now delicate, now more incisive, develop. Each instrument has its own role that responds to the doctrine, perhaps banal but rarely so apt, of the few notes, but in the right place"
Giovanni Scardovi, art teacher
"The vision of worlds at times close, distant and enigmatic, a pleasant surprise, which in listening led me to perceive a harmony that passes from yearning to the eos of a sustained rhythm and insinuates into hearing methods suitable for deciphering our time"
Michele Dicuonzo, writer
"Cultured music and therefore 'popular' in the most orthodox sense of the term. Since it feeds on universal sensations and stimulates a natural and sincere emotional response on the part of those who listen. Undoubtedly a very classy performance, the soundtrack of a feature film that you just have to imagine"
Valter Sivilotti, director and composer
"The repetition of musical incipits does not necessarily generate art in being: becoming, in this case, springs from the propulsion of the model itself (short as it is). I have never found myself in a position to ascertain that development does not necessarily depend on the material processing but, first of all, on the characteristics of the elements proposed"
Emanuele Arciuli, pianist
"Stefano Ianne's natural, instinctive and complex talent convinced me that this divertissement was worth living"
Antonella Ruggiero, singer
"Stefano Ianne's music struck me for its intense melodic sense"
STEFANO IANNE PROJECT MEFISTOFELE
Les Diableries is the title of a series of stereoscopic photographs published in Paris during the 1860s. The photographs, commonly known as stereoviews, portray sculpted clay vignettes which depict scenes of daily life in Hell. Much of the subject matter was satirical and mirrored the corruption and excess of Paris during the Second Empire. Napoleon III’s authoritarian rule was repeatedly the subject of criticism, as was the decadent lifestyle of the bourgeoisie.
Stefano Ianne: piano, synth, guitars Mario Marzi: saxophones
Terl Bryant: drums & percussions
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