24/03/18 LIVE @ Osteria Toscana

24/03/18 | 20h30 @ Osteria Agricola Toscana

Angelo Gregorio

 

Angelo Gregorio (saxophones/compositions)
Julien Gillain (Piano)
Felix Heymans (DoubleBass)
Lucas Vanderputten (Drums)

Angelo Gregorio will propose a swing & jazzy night in a new concept of concert where the public will constantly be part of the show and will interact into the very playing of the musicians!

Be sure to arrive in time, this will be a hell of concert and places are limited!

See you at Osteria Agricola Toscana, Rue Livingstone 20, 1000 Bruxelles!


What they say of them on TripAdvisor (2018)

Extremely high quality of ingredients as you rarely find in Brussels. Dishes are very well prepared and presented. Even the simplest dish ends up being such a surprise. The tastefulness of the ingredients would please the most demanding mouth (mine). So, if you are looking to eat at a place where they are obsessed about each aspect of what they serve, this is the place. The question is, will you be able to understand the high quality you are eating and drinking at Osteria Toscana?

These people really know their food. Three of us went for dinner and we all loved it. For starters two of shared a large dish of prosciutto and one had a salad – all excellent. For the main course two of us had vegetarian raviolli and one had pork penne – all delicious. We drank a bottle of chianti, which was priced at 32 euros and was really good, The service is excellent and the staff knowledgeable and very helpful. Apparently they change the menu daily, which is a great attraction.


Who is Angelo Gregorio?
Born in Italy, Salerno, he arrives in Brussels in the 2009 with a diploma in classical saxophone. In the capital of Europe he took, at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels, the Baccalaureate and the Master in Jazz Saxophone plus the Master in Music Education.  He is an active artist in the Brussels jazz scene with several projects of different aims. In his concerts beside the attention to the musical aspect he takes care of the entertainment and educational aspect, helping the public to understand that music, in this case Jazz, is in a permanent and creative connection with all the other arts and draws, interprets and reworks events, values and traditions. Angelo Gregorio is also the arranger and conductor of the Italian Big Band of Brussels plus he is the art director of several venues in Brussels. More infos http://www.angelogregorio.com/
He have recently released a records called “Ceci n’est pas un trio” with the Italian jazz label Artesuono.