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Father (Enrico) and son (Tiziano) Guerzoni, cellists involved in songs ranging from Baroque to jazz and rock, including original compositions, give life to an extraordinarily unique concert, where music has neither gender nor age, but only different colors. The band was born between the walls of the house since Tiziano asked for his first cello as a gift. Since then, in 2009, with the "Septem Musici," he won the first prize of ancient music in Padua, and in 2010 and 2011, in duo with pianist Nicolas Giacomelli, won the first prize in the competition at Pianoro (Bo). In 2016, he obtained the cello diploma with honors and a special mention at the Conservatory of Bologna. He has already performed numerous concerts as first cello with chamber orchestras such as Arkè Orchestra, Cembal Orchestra, Orchestra Senza Spine, Dalla Classica, Conservatorio di Lipsia, and Lorelay in Germany, often playing the role of soloist and first cello, performing in the "solo" of the Four Seasons of Vivaldi, in Don Pasquale, in Tosca, and Guglielmo Tell. He has in his repertoire the concerts for cello and orchestra by Schumann, Dvorak, Shostakovich No. 1, and Haydn No. 2, which he performed with the orchestra. He performed at the cello biennial in Amsterdam and Barcelona with the group of cellos by Giovanni Sollima, of which he performed as soloist "Violoncelles Vibrez" at the Teatro Comunale of Bologna and in that of Erl (Austria). He is currently attending master's courses at the Pôle Supérieur d'Enseignement Artistique in Paris and the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome. Enrico, an eclectic cellist and composer, with countless professional experiences and high-level collaborations in every field and genre: B. McFerrin, Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Solisti Veneti, L. Pavarotti, R. Muti, M. Nyman, Trilok Gurtu, Zucchero, Arkè String Quartet, P. Fresu, A. Ruggiero, F. Battiato, A. Bocelli, and many other collaborations both in jazz and in pop, that of chamber music and first cello in Italy and abroad. The arrangements are all made by them. The repertoire can be performed acoustically with acoustic instruments or amplified with both acoustic and electric instruments. They have performed in festivals such as "Farnesian Musical Encounters" (Pr), "Via Julia Music" by Mauthen Austria, Klagenfurth "VolxHaus" Austria, "Notes in the Forest" Andalo (Tn), "Eco della Musica" of Bologna, "Altotasso Music" Bologna, "Music Valpolicella" San Giorgio Valpolicella, "Calici di Stelle", Rimini, "IV Musical Review of Palazzo Grassi" in Bologna, "Recondite Armonie" Brisighella (RA), "The Protagonists of Italian Jazz" in Lagonegro/Sant'Arsenio (SA), "Knowing the Music Magic Nights at the Castle" Minerbio (Bo), "Musica Insieme/Borghi e Frazioni", San Pietro in Casale (Bo), "Summer Evenings" (Sonoris Causa) Parma, Monghidoro (Bo) "The Concerts of Cisterna", "Live Music" Fai della Paganella (TN), Cesenatico "Notturni alle Conserve", "Borgo Sonoro" (FC), GuerzonCellos-Black Afrique, S. Lazzaro (Bo), Groovin Check Jazz, Castello di Spezzano (Mo). In January 2016, they were invited by the Italian Institute of Culture in Beijing to perform in China. In 2020, they played concerts in France (Bellenaves, Lyon) and Austria (Gewerbepark Kötschach-Mauthen). In 2015, their first CD was released: GuerzonCellos. In 2020, their second CD, iClown, was released.