Kill Jazz 03:
Giovanni Di Domenico / Tetuzi Akiyama / Tatsuhisa Yamamoto
Giovanni Di Domenico (Piano & electronics/IT)
Tetuzi Akiyama (Guitar/JP)
Tatsuhisa Yamamoto (Drums/JP)
8:30pm, 5 Feb, 2017
Supporting Acts: dj sniff (Turntable/JP) & Shane Aspegren (Drums/US)
Liu Fangyi (Voice & musicsaw/TW) & Dennis Wong (GuitarViol/HK) & Sherman Ho (Guitar/HK)
28/F, Park Avenue Tower, 5 Moreton Terrace, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Admission: HK$180 (at door only)
Jointly presented by Re-Records, SECOND & Focal Fair
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Giovanni Di Domenico is a pianist, performer and composer. He was born in Rome.
Majoring in ‘jazz piano’, he built on an encyclopedic technique; rhythm, harmony and tone are informed by non-western traditions yet equally sensitive to Debussy’s “Préludes”, Luciano Berio’s “Sequenzas”, to the ‘ambi-ideation’ heard in Borah Bergman’s Soul Note recordings, Cecil Taylor’s polissemic density, Paul Bley’s bruised transparency and of course, the most radical manifestations stemming from the underworld of pop music, invariably tied together by his own original praxis. A distinction – one would call it generational – he shares with many of the musicians he has crossed paths with recently, artists as different as Chris Corsano, Jim O’Rourke, Akira Sakata, Tetuzi Akiyama, Okkyung Lee,Nate Wooley, Yan Jun, John Edwards, Darin Gray, Roger Turner, Steve Noble, DJ Sniff, Terrie Ex, David Maranha, Manuel Mota, Arve Henriksen, Norberto Lobo, Peter Jacquemyn, Alexandra Grimal, John Duncan, Tony Allen, Rafael Toral or Toshimaru Nakamura. Di Domenico has founded his own label, Silent Water, home of an eclectic and occasionally unclassifiable production. He lives in Brussels.