Dr. Green” is the first single of the Black City taken from the album Sankhara.Read more
Enzo Zirilli is one of the most interesting European drummers: as comfortable in Italy as in his adopted city of London. We interviewed him in the period between the first and second lockdown.
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In the eighth record of the series “The Latin Side of …” Conrad Herwig pays homage to Horace Silver.Read more
– Enzo Zirilli’s Zirobop – Ten To Late! CD Spotify CD Jazz Magazine – copyright 2020Read more
July 8, 2020 Carlo Mogavero: Enzo Zirilli at Folk Club Torino, 2016. – Carlo Mogavero: Enzo Zirilli Jazz MagazineRead more
– Enzo Zirilli’s ZiroBop Spotify CD Spotify CD Jazz Magazine – copyright 2020Read more
Zirobop Quartet live at Folk Club Turin, 2016Read more
At FolkClub Torino Enzo Zirilli, guest with his Radio Londra Series, performed with a high level quartet featuring Furio Di Castri on double bass, Nico Morelli on piano and Rick Margitza on tenor saxophone. The audience particularly appreciated Morelli’s sensibility and virtuousism, Zirilli’s precise and sharp drumming, Di Castri’s articulated sound and the warm sound expressed by Margitza, who is Miles Davis’ last tenor saxophone. In the end, FolkClub faithful and demanding audience warmfully applauded the band.
Photo reportage by Antonio Baiano for Jazzespresso.
Luigi Tessarollo Trio played at Milk, Turin, on February, 25th. It was the 20th night in the “MILK jazz WAY” fair. The setlist included elegant arrangements of popular pop songs (i.e. Fabrizio De Andrè’s “Il Pescatore”), along with original compositions and renowned jazz pieces. Together with Tessarollo on guitar, the lineup included two masters of jazz: Enzo Zirilli (drums), well known for his releases as leader and collaborations with many world-acclaimed musicians, and Ares Tavolazzi (double bass) who played in the italian progressive-rock band “Area”.
Photo reportage by Stefano Barni for Jazzespresso.
Carlo Mogavero: Enzo Zirilli, Turin 2017Read more