Quartetto Moderno formed thanks to the collaboration between the pianist Mirko Signorile, the double bass player Mauro Gargano, the vibraphonist Pasquale Bardaro and the drummer Mimmo Campanale.
Quartetto Moderno is a band going through Italian jazz scene foregoing a new feeling which implies a cool aestethic so much connected with European culture of the '60s.
The quality of this project is the fruit of a musical research sustained by stylistic choices showing undoubtedly Italian roots; which is the right humus for Quartetto Moderno. Refined sounds, modal impulses combined with elaborate harmonic series and romantic melodies represent the natural, modern continuation of that artistic period and mood. The young age of the musicians is then the curious pretext for unexpected executions showing however creativity and style in perfect balance.