Giulio Visibelli
Saxophonist & Flutist, Composer, Teacher

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Flashcube Sax Quartet

Giulio Visibelli - Sop Sax Gabriele Comeglio - Alto Sax Marco Gotti - Tenor Sax Rudi Manzoli - Bari Sax [...more]


VIA MAESTRA Quintet feat. Franco Ambrosetti

The quintet that has recorded Giulio Visibelli's recent compositions for the CD "Via Maestra" is composed by some of the best jazz musicians on today's European scene: FRANCO AMBROSETTI on Trumpet, ROBERTO CECCHETTO on Guitars, MARCO MICHELI on Doublebass and MAURO BEGGIO on Drums. [...more]

GIULIO VISIBELLI GROUP featuring: Norma Winstone

The group has recorded the CD “WORDS” produced by DDD Records. The CD's music is representative of the group's components balanced mix: the sophisticated elegance of the famous English vocalist Norma Winstone, the precise and inspired creativity of Serge Lazarevitch, one of the most distinguished guitarists on the French jazz scene, the Mediterranean and harmonious warmth of Giulio Visibelli’s compositions and instruments, the fluid and vigorous rhythm of Marco Micheli's drums and the extraordinary variety of colours of Fulvio Maras' percussion. [...more]


This quartet, featuring the very prestigious Italian guitarist Sandro Gibellini, performs some of the most representative Italian songs of our times, with original instrumental jazz arrangements. [...more]


The Neji Trio was formed in 1989 by the guitarist Vincenzo Mingiardi, the saxophonist Giulio Visibelli, and the tabla player and multi-percussionist Federico Sanesi. Vincenzo Mingiardi and Giulio Visibelli had already given life to various projects in the field of contemporary jazz ( LP Dieci Segreti,Visibelli Group, ed. Aqua, 1987). [...more]

Duo Cappelletti-Visibelli

An unpredictable and unique performance, an unconventional yet lyrical merger between tango and freely improvised jazz. Presented by two jazz musicians, Arrigo Cappelletti and Giulio Visibelli, who started collaborating in the first Italian tango-jazz experiment contained in the CD “Pianure” also featuring Gianni Coscia- and who enjoy researching a musical world that has no frontiers and constraints . [...more]