Ramin Bahrami Danilo Rea
Bach is in the air comes from a small miracle, and it is Danilo Rea, the great pianist and improviser, with a history of classical studies behind him, who, even before the miracle takes place, perceives the brilliance of being able to realize it. But the most incredible thing is, that for the first time in music history, through improvisation Danilo revolutionizes and creates an indissoluble interlacing with the original versions of Bach-Bahrami, his universal message in jazz language.
A project which is a ‘’unicum’’, and inimitable one is tempted to say: Bahrami’s specialization along with Rea’s creativity and imagination, never an end in itself. A reimagining which certainly does not intend to betray the message – Bach is able to defend himself on his own- but rather catch the contemporary spirit and build a bridge towards ears familiar with different sounds, which in the intentions of the duo should only serve to give further diffusion to this giant who after three centuries fully preserves his relevance.
Bach is in the Air