Bruno CorazzaBRUNO CORAZZA

Since 2001, he has been working as a vocalist in several RAI television programs as a studio musician for Renato Zero, Maria Grazia Fontana, Maestro Brancucci (A zoo on the run and Frozen – Walt Disney), M° Pippo Caruso (Domenica In), Doctors Without Borders, Anonymous Italian, Massimo Romeo Piparo (Cinderella), Hannah Bradbeer (X-Factor UK) for the drafting of the vocal arrangements of her debut EP, Michele Guardì (I Promessi Sposi), Stefano Zavattoni, Gianluca Misiti, M° Andrea D’Alpaos (only guest on the album The Joy of Christmas with friends), Numa (Is love out of the question, produced by Phil Palmer), M° Luigi Saccà for the realization of the soundtrack of Rai1 sitcom Kissed by the sun with Guglielmo Scilla (of which he is currently the vocal coach) and M° Massimo Nunzi. He is the musical director and performer for Fabrica, a monthly review of music and literature by Francesca Caprioli. He is also the director of DekoNB: Not just gospel which is a 30-member pop/gospel choir.

He has collaborated with the gospel choir “SAT & B” directed by Maria Grazia Fontana.
He has performed with the Caravan Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Stefano Scatozza (Auditorium Parco Della Musica in Rome), the Fluido Rosa in the performance-concert of the musical The Wall and Jesus Christ Superstar. He has also performed in a jazz duo with the guitarist Tim Moran (live in numerous art galleries in Los Angeles), and since 2009, with Jazz Opera Ensemble, a vocal quartet that presents a selection of arias taken from operas which are then rearranged in a modern jazz key by Maestro Alberto Giraldi of the Paolo Belli Big Band.

He is the music director, arranger, and performer of the original project Storytellers. The music and narrative of the show is loosely adapted from the novel Le Petite Principe by A. Saint-Exupery. He is the vocalist for the orchestra conducted by M ° Massimo Nunzi for the Redbull Music Academy Once upon a time in Rome, at the Auditorium Parco Della Musica in Rome and for the live tour “Finalmente Piove” by Valerio Scanu.