Christian Ravaglioli
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Carosello records ( John De Leo), Universal music Italia (Jovanotti Safari), Alexander Acha ( Warner music mexico), ECM recently not yet released, WNYC radio for my composition:



Christian Ravaglioli


Christian Ravaglioli was born in Ravenna (Italy) in 1975. After studying classical music and degrees in piano and oboe, he collaborated with world-class theaters and orchestras such as, in Italy, the Musical Foundation Santa Cecilia in Rome, “Teatro alla Scala” in Milan – director Riccardo Muti, orchestra “Giorgio Strehler” in Milan and, in the US, orchestra “North Texas University” in Dallas, Texas. For 5 years, Christian studied composition, including with the Maestro himself, Ennio Morricone. Recently, his work has begun to range from composition and improvisation to contemporary music.

As a composer, he made his debut with the show H2o by the Giuditta Pasta Theater in Milan, Italy. He has also collaborated with Orchestra Arturo Toscanini from Parma, writers Alessandro Bergonzoni and Stefano Benni, “Centurie” Festivaletteratura07 in Mantova with Lietta Manganelli, Teatro Alle Albe, actor Ivano Marescotti and the Europe Jazz Network. He has worked and performed as a composer and musician in Milan's Blue Note, Rome's Parco Della Musica and Casa Del Jazz, Crossroads, M.E.I, Rai 2 Tv (Italy) and, in the US, on WNYC (New York public radio) and more.

Among his latest collaborations and recordings, in Italy and the US: Vinicio Capossela, Marco Tamburini - trumpet, Gianluca Petrella - trombone, Jovanotti (Safari), Bill Elm, Howe Gelb, Hector Luis Moreno, John Deleo, Ersilio Tonini - Cardinal, Achille Succi - bass clarinet, Piero Odorici - sax, Kellie Rucker, Naim Amor, Marianne Dissard.

On top of being a world-class oboe and piano player, Christian Ravaglioli has also mastere the piano Rhodes and Hammond, synthesizer, accordion and, in the oboe family, the duduk (antique oboe) and the english horn, which he uses in a very personal and diagonal way.