M.I.T.A. Artists 2018-05-08T15:49:51+00:00
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M.I.T.A. Artists

Our academy understands that some of our “composers in training” (CITs) have a very strong desire to become performance artist! This is not something you can apply for, you have to show it with your effort, your work, your passion and you have to give big participation, musically!

Actually, real performance artists usually are well-rounded people. We take chances on those people who we believe in! It’s all about the depth, versatility, and energy in a person that transforms a regular artist into a M.I.T.A. Artist!

Lorenzo Ferrero

Lorenzo is the first CIT who got invited to become a M.I.T.A. Artist! He not only is an excellent musician, arranger and composer, he actually dedicates almost everything he does to music (including writing a book on Application for Saxophone & other Woodwinds). M.I.T.A. totally appreciates that attitude and therefore, agreed to support him as the first M.I.T.A. Artist.

Short Profile

  • professional saxophonist
  • author of several books about music theory
  • very successful composer/arranger for Big Band
  • composer in training at M.I.T.A.
  • huge passion for cooking
  • shows up early for sessions with a smile on his face
  • always gives more than people ask
  • endorser for JodyJazz mouthpieces
  • has performed in many countries throughout the world including the United States, Canada, Austria, Germany, Slovakia, Greece, Peru and Italy

Detailed artist page about projects with Lorenzo coming soon!

“Don’t blame the saxophonist, most often it was the guy on the trombone!”

Lorenzo Ferrero

“Here is my routine for success: Get up, show up and perform!”

Lorenzo Ferrero

“One of the hardest assignments is to write just one meaningful line!”

Lorenzo Ferrero

“Complex music very often is the result of combining simple ideas!”

Lorenzo Ferrero

“Never forget that sombody hired you to take action! … It’s your job to get inspired!”

Lorenzo Ferrero

“You want to remember this: Never confuse fame with quality!”

Lorenzo Ferrero