Aleks Fadini

Videos and Media

  • "A wealth of full-blown music coming from every side, from Fadini’s fascination with contrast, tension, and exit markers..."
    AXS - Carol Banks Weber
  • "It reflects this young, up-and-comer’s fresh appreciation for jazz improvisation and natural affinity for songwriting."
    AXS - Carol Banks Weber
  • "Listeners will find the music endlessly fascinating in spite of the liberties the musicians take with harmony and hidden melodies."
    AXS - Carol Banks Weber
  • " …tightly wound backstreet riff that unfolds like the storms that blow in off the Atlantic. Snoopy would have it no other way."
    ELMORE MAGAZINE - Mike Jurkovic
  • "Pianist Alessandro Fadini brings together a subtly swinging session that is filled with lovely pastels."
    JAZZ WEEKLY - George Harris
  • "Thoughtful, filled with the pastels and grey shadows of song."
    JAZZ WEEKLY - George Harris
  • "seemingly never missing a single note in his aggressive runs and solos"
    ALIBI - Kent Miller
  • "über-proficient piano playing"
    ALIBI - Kent Miller
  • "une conception gemoetrique du clavier, faite de perpendiculaires, de parallélismes et de jeux en miroir, pour des restutats plaisants autant que fort logiques"
    JAZZ MAGAZINE - Ludovic Florin (France)
  • "une recherche menée dans l’esprit de modernes tels que Steve Lehman et Vijay Iyer […] immediatement accessible, y compris pour ce qui concerne l’aspect rythmique, la clarté…"
    JAZZ MAGAZINE - Ludovic Florin (France)

"A Dark And Stormy Day" Teaser Video

For the release of Aleks' Debut Record, videographer Tiffany Lauren Mason worked on a short teaser that you can watch here:


Taped Live Performances

Extracts of Aleks live performanes can be found in the official Alessandro Fadini YouTube Channel

This following section features a selection of videos:


aPPLEbYTES sessions

The aPPLEbYTES sessions are a series of HD, high quality audio videos that involve either acoustic performances featuring NYC artists or electronic duos. All the takes are recorded in real time, capturing the fleeting nature of a live performance, in Aleks Studio in Harlem, NYC.

You can watch the current available aPPLEbYTES sessions videos directly on the aPPLEbYTES YouTube Channel, or pick one of the following extracts: