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Giovanni Guidi is an Italian jazz pianist and composer who has made a significant impact on the contemporary jazz scene. Born on December 19, 1985, in Foligno, Italy, Guidi started playing piano at a young age and quickly developed a deep passion for music.

Guidi's career took off in the early 2000s when he began collaborating with renowned Italian trumpeter Enrico Rava. This collaboration allowed him to gain recognition within the European jazz community and led to his first album as a leader, "Tomorrow Never Knows," released in 2006 when he was just 21 years old.

Known for his innovative approach and versatility, Giovanni Guidi's musical style encompasses elements of traditional jazz, avant-garde, and contemporary classical music. His compositions often feature intricate harmonies, lyrical melodies, and introspective improvisations that captivate listeners. His ability to create deeply emotional and atmospheric music sets him apart from many other contemporary jazz artists.

Throughout his career, Guidi has received critical acclaim for his exceptional talent and artistic vision. He has been awarded numerous prestigious honors including the Top Jazz poll as Best Italian Talent in both 2007 and 2011. In addition to his solo work, he has collaborated with renowned musicians such as Gianluca Petrella, Louis Sclavis, and Thomas Morgan.

Guidi's discography is extensive and showcases his growth as an artist over the years.