Synonyms for bergalli or Related words with bergalli

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Examples of "bergalli"
Luisa Bergalli (1703 in Venice - 1779 in Venice), was a Venetian writer.
Gustavo Bergalli (born December 14, 1940 in Buenos Aires. Argentina) is an Argentine jazz trumpeter and bandleader.
Steadily he created his own mode all the way through jazz’s history, accumulating lasting feelings from, Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge and, in particular, Clifford Brown. Bergalli in his individual tender and pleasingly expressed performances it’s easy to recognize a melodious resonance of, Chet Baker or Miles Davis. Soon after Bergalli will be part of a primary expression of the new generation of jazz trumpeters in South America, traveling and recording significantly with the most compicuous bands and soloists in Latin America.
In 1992 Gustavo Bergalli received a scholarship from Laila and Charles Gavatin's Foundation for Jazz Music and recently he moved to Buenos Aires to expend some years in his homeland.
Gustavo Bergalli took part in groups such as Gato Barbieri’s band and he has also performed with Michel Legrand’s Orchestra, over and above being a starting partner of two of Latin America's leading jazz groups, Quinteplus and Buenos Aires Jazz Quartet.
During the 1990'th he also played with great international jazz names such as Philip Catherine, Paquito D'Rivera, Claudio Roditi, Gustavo Bergalli, Phil Woods, Andy Shepherd, Bennie Wallace, Joe Henderson, Maria Schneider, Martial Solal, Diana Krall, Mathias Rüegg and Gianluigi Trovesi.
Later on Bergalli made regular touring across Europe with a number of groups, among them, namely Klaus Ignatzek Quintet. His most prominent recordings, including four in the role of leader, and several others as featured soloist with, amongst, Paquito D'Rivera and Carlos Francetti.
Blix is a graduate of the Jazz Program at "Trondheim Musikkonservatorium" (1988). He was first recognized as trombonist in the band "Jazz i Nord" together with Jørn Øien (piano), Konrad Kaspersen (double bass) and Trond Sverre Hansen (drums) releasing the album "Song, Fall Soft" featuring Marit Sandvik (vocals) in 1997. He has led the trio "Pentateuch" expanding to the quartet "Blix Band" in 1990. De ga utThey released the album "På en lyserød sky" (1997), including Niels Præstholm (double bass), Nils-Olav Johansen (guitar) and Tor Haugerud (drums). It was followed up with the album "Texas" (1998), where Didrik Ingvaldsen contributed on trumpet. He toured in the period 1999–2003 together with the trupeter Gustavo Bergalli, within the band "Blix/Bergalli Group" comprising additional Jan Gunnar Hoff (piano), Sigurd Ulveseth (bass) and Magnus Gran (drums).
Gustavo Bergalli moved abroad to Stockholm in 1975, Sweden, where he became one of the most considered and reputed musicians on trumpet in Scandinavia. During this time, he led his own quintet, played with the Swedish Radio Jazz Group and the Stockholm Jazz Orchestra, accompanying many famous visitors such as Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Mintzer, Jim McNeely, Joe Lovano, Phil Woods, Jimmy Heath, Maria Schneider and John Scofield.
In 1739, he married the poet Luisa Bergalli, by whom he was eventually to have five children. In 1747 they undertook the management of the theatre of Sant'Angelo in Venice, with Gozzi supplying the performers with dramas chiefly translated from the French. The idea had been to remedy their precarious financial situation but the theatre lost money and they had to give it up the following year, although he continued his work as a dramatist.
Bergen Big Band (BBB) is a Norwegian big band established 1991 as a continuation of Knut Kristiansen's Bergen Band. BBB is known from cooperations with musicians like Phil Woods, Paquito D'Rivera, Joe Henderson, Maria Schneider, Diana Krall, Sissel Kyrkjebø, Andy Sheppard, Martial Solal, Mathias Rüegg, Gianluigi Trovesi, Mathias Eick, Ole Kock Hansen, Etta Cameron, Karin Krog, John Surman, Dino Saluzzi, Gustavo Bergalli, Berit Opheim, Jan Magne Førde, The Core, Ab und Zu, Vidar Johansen, Paolo Vinaccia, Ståle Storløkken, Palle Mikkelborg and Terje Rypdal among others.
In the period 1997–99 he worked as a regional musician in jazz trio "VoyageFar East", cooperating with sammen med Knut Kristiansen from Bergen and the bass player Svein Folkvord. Together they toured nationally and internationally with musicians like Hector Bingert, Gustavo Bergalli, Kevin Dean, Ailo Gaup and many others. At the same time he played with "Marit Hætta Øverli Band" (1994–98) and toured with her in Sweden, Finland, US and Canada, and also recorded for television (NRK, SVT/YLE and CNN) with her. As regional musician he participated in the band "Link", touring with musicians like Frode Alnæs, Ole Paus, Erik Bye, Mari Boine, and Ailo Gaup, all over Skandinavia. Together with Erik Halvorsen and bass player Dag Erik Pedersen (Mucician) from Hammerfest he played with the Jazz trio "Voyage", that made festival appearances and tours with musicians like Helge Sunde, Henning Gravrok, Frode Nymo, Cæcilie Norbye and Eckhard Baur, to name a few.
She performed in Canada, most notably at the Rimouski Jazz Festival 2003 where she preceded and eclipsed famed French singer Anne Ducros (cf. Rimouski local press, in early September 2003 reporting on "Rimouski Festi Jazz"), and sporadically in the United States (2003–2006). She performed on-stage and recorded with well-known jazz performers such as Aldo Romano, Archie Shepp, Billy Hart, Bruno Castellucci, Charles Loos, Claudio Roditi, Decebal Badila, Eric Legnini, Felix Simtaine, Gustavo Bergalli, Hein van de Geyn, Ivan Paduart, Jean-Louis Rassinfosse, John Dankworth, John Engels, John Ruocco, Jon Hendricks, Klaus Ignatzek, Larry Coryell, Marc Levine, Mark Griffith, Mircea Tiberian, Norma Winstone, Paolo Radoni, Peter Herbolzheimer, Peter Hertmans, Philip Catherine, Pierre Vaiana, Pierre Van Dormael, Riccardo Del Fra, Rob Radna, Ron Van Rossum, Stéphane Galland, Theo de Jong, Tomasz Stanko, and the Romanian Radio Big-Band.