Location: Nuoro, Italy

The Seminari e Festival NUORO JAZZ organises the Thirty-fourth Edition of the Nuoro Jazz Festival, from 22nd to 31st August 2022. Alongside the masterclasses of bass, double bass, drums, guitar, harmonica, harp, piano, singing, saxophone, and trumpet, the Nuoro Jazz Festival will host a Medinea session for the fourth time this year, led by Fabrizio Cassol and welcome the following participants:
-Erini Zogali – Bouzouki (Greece)
-Andrea Del Vescovo – Trumpet (Italy)
-Jose Almeida – Double Bass (Portugal)
-Nikolas Delivasilis – Traditional Violin (Greece)
-Francesca Remigni – Drums (Italy)
-Federico Calcagno – Clarinet (Italy)
-Eva Catala Sanchez –  Percussions (Spain)
-Islem Jemai – Oud & Voice (Tunisia)

Led by Fabrizio Cassol and Pierpaolo Vacca, they will rehearse together for two weeks, learn how to collaborate and bring all their inspirations and respective esthetics to compose a piece of unique music performed during a final concert on 31 August In Nuoro, Sardegna, concert broadcasted live of the Nuoro Jazz Festival’s Facebook page

this session is part of the Medinea On Air programme and supported by the Erasmus + programme and the Comune di Nuoro and the Fondazion di sardegna.

The Medinea session, an open program to the finest young musicians and improvisers from the Mediterranean. The four 2022 Medinea Sessions of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra (MYO) are each open to a dozen of young and talented musicians from the Mediterranean basin building their careers to become professional artists and who have an intense practice of musical improvisation, even of the composition. Each session is designed for a large diversity of musical aesthetics and Mediterranean expressions and hosts all styles of music using elements of improvisations (jazz, traditional music, early music, etc.). Fabrizio Cassol, composer, saxophonist, and jazzman, guides these sessions and proposes to experiment with techniques of collective composition, within an ensemble, with the aim of leading to the creation of a common musical production that also reveals individual singularities. This training offers a unique intercultural experience of the life of an ensemble in creation, in rehearsals, and on tour.