Antonio Faraò

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Antonio Faraò (born 1965 in Rome) is an Italian post-bop jazz pianist.

He attended the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan where he earned an intermediate degree in 1983.[1] He won the X1 Music Review's New Talent Prize in 1987. He won several other international competitions before his debut album in 1999. He followed it up with a second album in 2001. He is known for combining Mediterranean and African-American influences.[2]

Awards[edit]

  • 1998 1st Prize Concours International de Piano-Jazz Martial Solal (Paris)

Discography (selected)[edit]

Album as a leader[edit]

Album as sideman[edit]

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