|Born||8 September 1962|
Sedegliano, Udine, Italy
Glauco Venier (born 8 September 1962) is an Italian jazz pianist and composer.
Life and career
Venier was born in Sedegliano, Udine on 8 September 1962. He "graduated in organ and composition from the Udine Conservatory in 1985, then took private lessons with Franco d'Andrea before heading to Boston's Berklee School." "He has led his own bands since 1990".
Venier has performed and recorded as a trio with vocalist Norma Winstone and reeds player Klaus Gesing since the early 2000s. Their 2007 album Distances was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Jazz Vocal Album category.
An asterisk (*) indicates that the year is that of release.
|2002*||Chamber Music||Universal||Trio, co-led with Klaus Gesing (), Norma Winstone (vocals)|
|2007||Distances||ECM||Trio, co-led with Klaus Gesing (soprano sax, bass clarinet), Norma Winstone (vocals)|
|2009*||Stories Yet to Tell||ECM||Trio, co-led with Klaus Gesing (soprano sax, bass clarinet), Norma Winstone (vocals)|
|2014*||Dance Without Answer||ECM||Trio, co-led with Klaus Gesing (soprano sax, bass clarinet), Norma Winstone (vocals)|
|2016*||Miniatures||ECM||Solo piano and percussion|
- "Winstone / Gessing / Venier". Basho Music. Retrieved 29 December 2015.
- "Dance Without Answer – Norma Winstone / Glauco Venier / Klaus Gesing". ECM. Retrieved 29 December 2015.
- Hum, Peter (15 June 2014) "Ottawa Jazzfest Preview: Norma Winstone Trio CD Reviewed". Ottawa Citizen.
- "Grammy Nominees & Winners". Charlottesville Jazz Society. Retrieved 29 December 2015.