Raul Di Blasio Intimate Piano
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Argentine pianist-composer Raul Di Blasio has been enchanting audiences worldwide for decades.
Born in Zapala, Argentina in 1949, beginning his musical training at age 6; initially studying latin musical t raditions like tango and bossa nova. As he grew, he was further influenced by the great classical European composers. Dubbed “El Pianista de todos” (The People’s Pianist”), he moved to Miami in 1987, and three years later issued his BMG debut “El Piano de America. Its 1994 sequel sold over a million copies.
Argentinian composer and pianist Bebu Silvetti is from whom Di Blasio drew great inspiration. In fact, a lot of Di Blasio’s musical pieces were composed by Bebu Silvetti; one of which was called “Piano” which was considered as the first step into his musical career.
The Argentine jazz pianist, who achieved rapid fame in the 1990’s, has been a part of special duets throughout his masterful career. His collaborators include none other than French pianist Richard Clayderman, Michael Bolton and a long list of Mexican singers and composers comprised of Juan Gabriel, Alejandro Fernandez, Marco Antonio Solis, Jose Jose, Armando Manzanero, and Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlan among others. In addition, Di Blasio has worked with Spaniards Rocio Durcal, Julio Iglesias and Jose Feliciano.
“Los Angeles Times”
Di Blasio exudes a showmanship and warmth that immediately endears him to his audience.
The most notable pianist in the world. His music is influenced by Latin American folklore, rock, classical music and pop. The fusion of these genres in his music has led to Di Blasio being nicknamed the “Piano of America.”
“Living Out Loud Los Angeles”
“Raul Di Blasio’s music repertoire captivates audiences with the most witty, humble anecdotes ever.