Passionate, inventive, and sensitive, double bassist Giuseppe Millaci
is praised by the international press for his exceptional musicianship. After completing his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Millaci’s musical career took him beyond European borders to perfect his skills with Drew Gress
and Marco Panascia
in New York. He performed first as a sideman alongside the biggest names in Belgian jazz and then as a leader of Vogue Trio with French pianist Amaury Faye
and drummer Lionel Beuvens
Millaci’s first release Songbook
won him distinctions in various music magazines as well as the “Octave de la Musique —PointCulture” prize, awarded in 2018.
His new album, The Endless Way
marks a new stage of Vogue Trio after traveling and preforming around the world during its first year of existence. The album reflects the trio's travel experiences, and sheds light for this opus on a series of concerts in Central America that proved to be a key moment in the evolution of their music. Each track on the album was dedicated to particular events and ambiances. If Highway 132D" refers to a Mexican road that the trio used to drive on in an old blue Beetle, the title Calavera" refers to art and spirituality, while the romantic Timeless," through a skillfully executed and controlled counterpoint, takes the listener back to the West.The Endless Way
is a condensed version of emotions that subtly blends into a masterfully performed music, with finely studied architecture and refined arrangements; a teeming universe in which the three instrumentalists, alternately accompanists or soloists, embark on improvisations that rival each other in intelligence, virtuosity and elegance.