Fausto FERRAIUOLO

Born in Naples (I) in 1965.

Graduated in Piano Jazz at the Alessandria Conservatory (I) and

International Masters of Jazz in Siena (INJAM).

He also studied with Enrico Pieranunzi, John Taylor and George Cables.

In New York and Rome he explored the traditional language of Jazz with Barry Harris. In 1989, he created the “Fausto Ferraiuolo Trio” (piano, bass, drums) with which he recorded numerous albums:

"The secret of the moon" DDQ 1997

"Guajon" DDQ 2000

"Blue and green" Abeat records, 2005

“Changing walking” Abeat records 2007

"Artam / Mantra" Abeat records 2010

“Suspension Bridges” Abeat records 2015

"Il Dono" Abeat records 2019

"Two" SIC12 2020 editions

 

Since 1998, he has composed for cinema and theater, notably for the shows “Guerra”, “Esodo”, “Il silenzio”, “Gente di plastica” and the films “Guerra” and “Grido” by Pippo Delbono.

 

He was professor of Piano Jazz, Harmony and Impro at the Conservatories of the cities of Genoa (I) from 2006 to 2012, Annecy and Chambéry (F) from 2013 to 2017. Currently he teaches at the Conservatory of Campobasso (I).

 

In 2012 he created in Aix-en-Provence with Gustavo Giacosa the multidisciplinary platform SIC12 for the dissemination of shows, concerts and exhibitions. Since then he has actively participated in all of his productions.