Lorenzo De Finti, jazz pianist, and composer, embarked on his musical journey at the tender age of five, taking his first steps into the world of music. By the age of eleven, he was already captivating audiences with his piano performances.

His formal musical education began under the guidance of Maestro Remo Gelmini and culminated with Maestro Alberto Colombo at the prestigious Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi in Milan. Lorenzo furthered his studies in traditional composition and delved into the intricate art of jazz improvisation under the mentorship of renowned Maestri Sante Palumbo and Gil Goldstein. These transformative experiences occurred at “Jazz and Rock Inc.” in Monaco, Germany, and Berklee College of Music in Boston.

With his exceptional technical prowess and an unwavering commitment to artistic expression, Lorenzo quickly garnered recognition from the media and found himself gracing some of Europe’s most esteemed musical venues. Specializing in jazz and contemporary music, Lorenzo crisscrossed Europe and the United States, collaborating with esteemed musicians such as J. Gregg, B. Dameo, T. Robinson, S. Kimmons, D. Freemann, G. Goldstein, C. Vilchez, S. Hunt, Dany Martinez, T. Scott, T. Dambley, Alex Acuna, Ernestico Rodriguez, Eric Marienthal, Frank Gambale, M. Abrams, The Harlem Gospel Singers, J. Bisonette, and many others.

In 1999, Lorenzo’s musical group, the “Lorenzo De Finti Group,” recorded the acclaimed album “BEYOND THE DESERT,” featuring percussionist Alex Acuna and saxophonist Eric Marienthal. This album made waves across America, Japan, and Northern Europe, establishing itself as a hit in the realm of Electric Jazz. The group embarked on a world tour, participating in various jazz festivals and solidifying their presence on the international stage.

During this global odyssey, Lorenzo’s talents did not go unnoticed. He was recruited by Yamaha Instruments’ president, Yoshihiro Doi, and since the summer of 2000, Lorenzo has been an endorser for Yamaha Keyboards, captivating audiences throughout Europe as part of “The Yamaha Band.”

In 2005, the “Lorenzo De Finti Group” released their second album, “GROOVE CONNECTION,” featuring Giorgio Di Tullio, Eric Marienthal, Stefano Dall’Ora, and Sandy Chambers. The band, touring as “The Yamaha Band,” included renowned endorsers such as drummer Christian Meyer, bassist Faso, and vocalist Paola Folli. This collaboration resulted in a successful tour promoting their new CD, produced by Lorenzo himself.

Lorenzo’s third production, “COLORS OF LIFE,” showcases the talents of musicians like Giorgio Di Tullio, Christian Meyer, Marco Castiglioni, Fabrizio Bosso, Gendrikson Mena, Alex Carreri, Stefano Dall’Ora, Eric Marienthal, and singer Kate Kelly.

Lorenzo De Finti Quartet ‘s album “WE LIVE HERE, suite for jazz quartet” marks his foray into the acoustic quartet genre. Released by the Norwegian label Losen Records, it was followed by the successful jazz albums “Love Unknown” and “Mysterium Lunae.”

These albums received widespread acclaim, with reviews pouring in from all corners of the world. Lorenzo and his quartet have been on an extensive tour since 2018, performing in major clubs and festivals across Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Lithuania, Poland, England, Denmark, Sweden, Latvia, Estonia, Canada, Turkey, Austria, Germany, France, and Finland.


In addition to his accomplishments as a musician, Lorenzo is a prolific composer and producer, contributing to various television commercials and shows for brands such as Reebok, Sharp, DeAgostini, Opel, and Mercedes Benz. He has also provided music for television networks like RAI, Mediaset, RSI, and TVE, along with creating soundtracks for radio stations.

Lorenzo is not just a performer but also a collaborator in live musical theater concerts, such as BLUES POINT, BEATLES!, CROSSROADS, REPLAY, and NOEL, with 45 to 50 annual performances. He served as the musical director of the band and co-writer of the music for William Shakespeare’s theatrical work, “La Dodicesima Notte (The Twelfth Night),” directed by F. Brancialroli, featuring vocalist Rita Pavone and actor Renzo Montagnani, at the Roman Theater of Verona.

In addition to his performance career, Lorenzo shares his expertise through seminars and master classes on piano and improvisation performance and technical aspects. He has conducted these sessions in Italy, Spain (M.I.T., Madrid), Switzerland, Estonia and Germany.

Currently, Lorenzo hosts his own jazz radio show on RSI – Rete Due in Lugano and plays the role of “Jazz producer” at the same network.


New Release: October 12th

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