I’m glad to announce the upcoming release of my solo album. More updates soon.
Stay in touch, thank you.
I’m really looking forward to perform the solo live premiere of my soundtrack rendition for “La Jetée” by Chris Marker, a short film constructed almost entirely from still photos, which i consider unique and very inspiring.
I’ve been working on it over the last three months and finally is going to happen on October 2nd at Soundscreen Film Festival. Here’s a trailer for you to have a glimpse, hope it touches your heart and pleases your ears.
Alessandro Baris :: drums, electronics
Beppe Scardino :: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, electronics
Gabriele Evangelista :: doublebass
Interview on Indie-eye out on cover story today.
Thanks to Michele Faggi for inviting me to have this chat about my soundtracks for silent cinema and my approach to music across the variety of genres i’ve been exploring.
Excited and honored to announce my collaboration with amazing artist and songwriter Lisa Papineau from Los Angeles
I’ll play drums for her on May 31st at Caracol in Pisa and she will be a vocal guest on my solo record.
Lisa has just released a beautiful new record “Oh Dead on oh Love” aside from her past works and collaborations with French duo AIR, M38, BIG SIR and JUN MIYAKE (soundtrack of Pina by Wim Wenders) amongst others.
The trailer of my soundtrack rendition for “Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari” by Robert Wiene 1920 is now available on my You Tube channel.
featuring Beppe Scardino (Calibro35, C’Mon Tigre) on baritone saxophone and Gabriele Evangelista (Enrico Rava, Stefano Bollani) on doublebass.