Théo Ceccaldi & Roberto Negro: ‘Montevago’

jazz, classical

Chamber music, modern jazz and the experimental, approached from the aesthetics of
electronic music. This is perfectly feasible in the world of violinist Théo Ceccaldi and pianist
Roberto Negro. They make music that can be amazingly virtuoso, but which also increasingly
turns to simplicity and purity, albeit with a wink and a rebellious attitude. They present their
second album Montevago.


Théo Ceccaldi (violin), Roberto Negro (piano)

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