Jazzy Fabbry
Instrumental, Jazz

biography

Fabrizio Spaggiari (aka Jazzy Fabbry) is an accomplished and amazing play by ear pianist and composer from Italy.  He arranges and covers many popular songs on the piano, tapping in to all genres; from classical to jazz, pop to rock, as well as, music from film and anime.  His original compositions are intended for movie themes, commercials, theatrical musicals and other soundtracks.

Fabrizio was born in 1970.  Having an interest in learning the piano early on, he attended the Conservatorio of Milan, Italy; where his maestro was the great pianist Alberto Mozzati.  He excelled in his studies, graduating cum laude when he was 17 years old with a perfect score; also receiving special mentions – Milan and Piacenza.  Fabrizio then attended the University of Milan.  There he  studied foreign languages and literatures in English, German and French.  He graduated cum laude with a perfect score.

Over the years, Fabrizio has performed classical piano solos at many concerts that were accompanied by an orchestra.  At age 30, after playing years of classical music, Fabrizio leaned into jazz and began composing his own original compositions and has not stopped since.   His love of piano music and the creative process are very much a driving force in his life, where he finds happiness.


My Mentor Alberto
(March 16, 2021)

Excerpt: I could only study with him just 2 years because he died of a lung cancer, but that span of time really changed my life. He was blind, that s why his touch is so delicate and soft, and his piano technique develops accordingly. Before meeting him, I. . .

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Jazzy Fabbry on the Creative Process
(March 16, 2021)

Excerpt: A creative process is something that can be tamed. It overwhelms you with the power of a tsunami and takes you to unexpected places. When I feel it coming to me I put my fingers on the keyboard and let them go. They connect my soul with my piano and. . .

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