Quasimodo Club Berlin presents:
The Live Music Series – Roberto Manzin
Roberto Manzin was born on 8 July 1966 in Rome, Italy, of Eastern European refugees who were also musicians. His musical life began in Milan where he moved with his family when he was five, he studied music privately and then at the school Civica Scuola di Musica Villa Simonetta. During the 1980s Manzin began playing in several music clubs in Milan, and during the 1990s was part of the Tony Scott Jazz Quintet. Manzin also worked extensively in TV where he played with, among others, James Brown, Zucchero Fornaciari and Manu Katché. Over the years Manzin has performed and recorded with many greats like Tony Scott, Laura Mvula, Trilok Gurtu, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, Donna Summer, Pino Palladino and Mr. Dynamite, and many more. In the late 1990s Manzin migrated to London and recently moved to Berlin, where he continues his musical activity.
Since 1975, the Quasimodo has been one of the oldest clubs in Berlin's cultural landscape and one of the most renowned live music venues in Europe. The initially jazz basement, in the truest sense of the word, became the musical home for many international artists of the most diverse genres. Under the Delphi-Filmpalast in the heart of Berlin, this musical cult club developed into a popular venue for jazz, blues, rock, latin, soul and funk concerts and music with quality.
Roberto Manzin - Sax
Davide Incorvaia - Piano, Keys
Francesco Beccaro - E. Bass
David Guy - Drums
01 – Chi Tene O’ Mare (Pino Daniele)
02 – November 15 (Kenny Garrett)
03 – Brother Hubbard (Kenny Garrett)
04 – Neptune (Bob Berg)
05 – Pools (Don Grolnick, as played by Steps Ahead)
06 – Suspone (Mike Stern)