Cristian Raimondi

Played instruments: Acoustic Guitar

Spoken languages: Italian

Country: Italia


He studied with Arco Lorenzo and Giorgio Secco, in 1992 at the CPM in Milan and at Saint Louis College Of Music in Rome with William Stravato. In 1986 he officially played in the Novar metal prog band Epatika, with whom he recorded an album "In Your Face", with notable reviews in magazines like HM and Metal Shock. In 1988 he started sporadic collaborations in different genres, such as Blues, Funk and Pop, al also followed first experiences in recording studios for small local and other musical-therapeutic works. In 1993, for several years, he cooperated in multi-country situations with various artists on the national scene, as a resident in a room located in the province of Novara, between jams and projects used for the performance of the same venue. In 1999 he participated in a master's degree in Perugia, organized by the Berklee School of Boston in conjunction with the Umbria Jazz event and received a scholarship nomination. In 2000, in the Milanese scene, together with other elements he forms the "Like It", a sextet that reproduces tracks by Incognito, Jellow Jacket and some songs by Pastorius. In 2005 he participated in the activities of Viola Polvere, a Roman pop reality with unpublished pieces. In 2007 he embarked on MSC as shift guitarist in the various bands that the type of work proposes. In 2009 he began cooperation with the Golden Music & Events Sardinia agency, under the direction of Alessandro Carta and with Porto Cervo Events, under the direction of Luca Gentilini. In 2012, through Golden Music & Events Sardinia, he served for an overture of a private concert with guests of the caliber of Chris Botti and Sting. He also began teaching, with teachings that touch on the concepts of modern multi-style guitar and of course harmony. In 2013 in Brescia he plays with the Berry & Electric Love Band coverband dedicated to Barry White and Mario Biondi. In 2017 with Musicontacts of Milan, under the direction of Piero Billeri. During 2018 he carries out teaching activities privately and at the Istituto Convitto Carlo Alberto of Novara on behalf of "Musicattiva".