Italian pianist and composer Kekko Fornarelli is a highly sort after performer. In the last 10 years he has released eight albums, performed more than 400 concerts in 60 countries.
He has developed a unique style, characterised by the attempt to create music to observe, more than just to listen to. It’s his personal way to tell stories, to express emotions and paint situations. His music is a mellow combination of modern northern European ideas and neoclassical lyricism, altered by a sight on the most contemporary rhythmics styles and, naturally, by his warm and extremely personal Mediterranean background.