Aracadia Jazz band - Jazz Band - Rome, Italy

Aracadia Jazz band - Jazz Band | Rome, Italy

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Country: Italy
Based In: Rome, Italy
Performs: Worldwide
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We are an italian jazz band, we play swing, italian and international music with also some pop influences. It's possibile to choose a smaller ensemble.
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Our performance moves from typical jazz selection, to italian music and international pop songs. The original band is six people (two female singer, a male singer and piano player, double bass/electric bass, drums, saxophone) but we are also available to play in smaller ensembles.


We are six professional musician, with a wide artistic experience and a strong preparation and studies in important music schools (conservatory or private). We all are english speakers, and we are available to work abroad.

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