Precociously talented prodigies with an uncanny affinity with the musical language of jazz, Luigi and Pasquale Grasso caught the attention of American musicians passing through their native Italy, including the great bop pianist Barry Harris. Harris ultimately took them on as protégés, having them teach at his European workshops for years. Now full-fledged artists, the talented saxophonist and guitarist have flourishing careers in Paris and New York City, where they’ve become an integral part of the jazz scene.
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