Arranger | Composer | Conductor
Michele’s tribute to the Liberation Music Orchestra, played by the Martini Big Band with Gianluca Petrella on trombone, was one of the highlights of the 2020 MetJazz which took place…
Michele Corcella at “Scrivere in Jazz”
Michele is in once again in the jury of the Scrivere in Jazz composition competition. Nine compositions will be selected for the finals and will be played by the Orchestra…
Piacenza Jazz Fest 2020
Michele’s tribute to John Lewis and the Modern Jazz Quartet, featuring Enrico Pieranunzi, Luca Bulgarelli, Mauro Beggio and symphony orchestra, will be one of the main events of the 2020…
Ancient music meets contemporary jazz made in Italy.
Glauco Venier and Michele Corcella resume the scores of Giorgio Mainerio, an original figure of priest, composer and choirmaster who worked from 1560 until his death in Aquileia and its surroundings. Those of the religious are originally “four-part dances” that the pianist and conductor reread with great freedom, mixing baroque and minimalism, improvised moments and folk quotes.
– Franchi, da Musica Jazz, aprile 2018