Venice Music Gourmet — Dinner with great music, in a venetian palace, in Venice.

Eclectic and complete artist, he earned his degree at G. M. Martini Conservatory in Bologna and than is specialistic degree in Jazz at B. Marcello conservatory.
He contributed to many International Music Festivals playing together with re-nowed musicians as Elliott Sharp, Farhan Sabbagh, Bruce Ditmas, Charles Coen, Pietro Tonolo, Mark Stockhausen, Olivier Manoury, Steve Piccolo, Tammy Tang, Tim Spark, John Stowell.
In addition to his passion for Jazz, for some years he has worked on some projects that range from ethnic and folk music (Galere di Fiandra e di Siria, Bandanera, Balcan&Klezmer Venice Orkestra) to blues and soul together with the American singer Ty Le Blanc; moreover he is the curator of Upperground Orchestrace, a project about experimental and electronic music together with Rabih Beaini, Lebanese producer and musician, and with the songwriter Giovanni Dell'Olivo and the collective Lagunaria he has composes theatral soundtracks (Kociss e Addio a Ulisse).
He recorded with several labels and composed the soundtrack of the movie La stagione dell’amore (Fandango) by Antonio Scurati, the documentary I libri non invecchiano (quasi mai, con l’età), for many short films, the silent film festival Ombre Sonore and art exhibitions (at Palazzo Grassi) and dance performances (Centro Teatrale di Ricerca).
Professor of doublebass and electric bass at B. Marcello Conservatory of Venice di basso elettrico e contrabbasso and in other school of the Veneto region. 
Alvise Seggi, doublebass player at Venice Music Gourmet (Jazz Venice Evening)
Alvise Seggi, doublebass player at Venice Music Gourmet (Jazz Venice Evening)