Lisa Iavarone – Voice;
Antonio Palumbo - Guitar
Emilio Pietropaolo – Drums.
The idea behind the Jazz Do It project can be summarized in three words:
Refinement, Accessibility, Refinement.
The first summarizes the way, the style, with which they present their person and their music, the second refers to the goal of making Jazz "accessible" to the ear of a large audience, the third corresponds to the summary of their study and work on the repertoire.
It is an "atypical" trio since the double bass is absent, the key instrument in the construction of the harmonic / rhythmic background on which the whole band usually rests, which is ingeniously replaced by the dense "harmonic networks" woven by Antonio Palumbo (guitar) and enriched by the rhythmic ideas of Emilio Pietropaolo (drums): Together they generate a disruptive Interplay.
Together they generate a disruptive Interplay.
The solo role is entrusted to the persuasive voice of Lisa Iavarone who delights the listener with sweet melodies and thunderous Scat improvisations.
Their repertoire ranges from Swing to Bebop, from Bossa nova to modern “Popular” pieces rearranged in a “jazzy” key.