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Experience one of the future stars of the international jazz scene, Sean Mason, together with his quartet colleagues at the Zig Zag Jazz Club.


  • SEAN MASON - PIANO (USA)
  • TONY GLAUSI - TRUMPET (USA)
  • FELIX MOSEHOLM - BASS (DK)
  • FRANCESCO CINIGLIO - DRUMS (IT)

Sean Mason comes from North Carolina. He studied at the Juilliard School on the recommendation of Branford Marsalis and has been an active leader and sideman on the New York scene since 2019. The youngster's musical role models are unmistakably the old masters of the piano such as Art Tatum or Fats Waller, who created the foundation for Mason's work, which brings tradition into the modern age. His talent was fostered by Wynton Marsalis, who worked with the youngster. Musicians of the newer generation, who are currently turning the jazz world upside down, have also benefited from Mason's accompaniment, including Joel Ross and Immanuel Wilkins.

Tony Gaulsi is a young up-and-coming trumpeter and composer. He has traveled to dozens of countries and played in well-known venues such as the Montreux Jazz Festival, the Leopolis Jazz Festival, the Seoul Jazz Festival and the Blue Note Clubs in New York, Hawaii, Napa, Tokyo and Milan. Among other awards, Tony won first prize in the jazz division of the 2014 National Trumpet Competition and first prize in the 2017 International Trumpet Guild Jazz Improvisation Competition.

Felix Moseholm quickly gained recognition in the jazz field by transitioning from a classical cellist to a formidable double bassist under the influence of his great-uncle Erik Moseholm. His move to New York to study at the Juilliard School under such greats as Gerald Cannon and George Coleman fueled a flourishing career marked by collaborations with artists such as Brad Mehldau and Samara Joy, as well as recognition from prestigious awards such as the Horace Parlan Talent Award.

Born in Naples in 1989, Francesco Ciniglio began playing drums at the age of six under the guidance of maestro Sergio Di Natale. He moved to New York at the age of 21 and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Studies at the City College of New York. Here he had the opportunity to study with John Patitucci, Fred Hersch, Mike Holober, Dan Carillo and Scott Reeves and took private lessons with drummer Gregory Hutchinson. Francesco Ciniglio lives in Paris and has worked with greats such as Aaron Parks, Joe Sanders, Shai Maestro, Dayna Stephens, Seamus Blake, Joel Frahm, Donny McCaslin and Harish Raghavan.


  • Start: 21:00 h (Entry 20:00 h)
  • Artist Support Fee: 20€

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