Press

Percorsi musicali
Ettore Garzia – May 2nd, 2018  Article about the Italian scene of impro music

Sodapop
Emiliano Grigis – February 5th, 2018  Review about “With An Oblique Glance”

Perfect Sound Forever
Daniel Barbiero’s “2017 best list” including Istinti Ragionati

Blow Up
Dionisio Capuano – January, 2018  Review about “With An Oblique Glance”

Kathodik
Marco Carcasi – December 26th, 2017  Review about “With An Oblique Glance”

African Paper
Uwe Schneider – November 25th, 2017  Review about “With An Oblique Glance”

Avant Music News
Daniel Barbiero – November 6th, 2017  Review about “With An Oblique Glance”

Distorsioni.net
Romina Baldoni – October 6th, 2017  Review about “With An Oblique Glance”

Sherwood
Mirco Salvadori – October 6th, 2017  Review about “With An Oblique Glance”

Orynx-improv’andsounds
J-M Van Schouwburg – June 14th, 2017  Review about “For Massas”

All About Jazz
Daniel Barbiero – June 11th, 2017  Review about “For Massas”

Jazz.pt
Rui Eduardo Paes – May 15th, 2017  Review about “Ensemble MIA – Live 2016”

Jazz.pt
Rui Eduardo Paes – May 15th, 2017  Review about “For Massas”

All About Jazz
Neri Pollastri – April 17th, 2017  Interview with Marco Colonna quoting Silvia Corda and Adriano Orrù

Battiti Radio3 RAI
April 12th, 2017  Podcast with some pieces from “The Breath”

Percorsi Musicali
Daniel Barbiero – March 14th, 2017 Article about Silvia’s project “Traces”

Avant Music News
Daniel Barbiero – March 6th, 2017 Review about “Istinti Regionati”

Percorsi Musicali
Ettore Garzia – October 27th, 2016 Article about the impro scene in Italy with a review of Palimset Trio’s “Stanze”

MusicaJazz
Sandro Cerini – June 8th, 2016 Report on “Clockstop Fest”

Tomajazz
Pachi Tapiz interviews Miquel Jordà on MIA Festival – June 7th, 2016

Orynx-improv’andsounds
Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg – May 29th, 2016 Review about “Stanze”

Jazz.pt
Rui Eduardo Paes – May 19th, 2016 Review about “Palimpsest”

Kathodik
Marco Carcasi – May 3rd, 2016 Review about “Stanze”

Jazz.pt
Rui Eduardo Paes – Report about the 7th edition of MIA Festival

The Breakfast Jumpers
Review about “Stanze”

Perfect Sound Forever
Daniel Barbiero – List of the best 2015 albums including “Stanze”

L’Unione Sarda
Carlo Argiolas – January 11, 2016 Article about Palimpsest Trio’s “Stanze” and Orru Mar Rocha’s “Live at MIA 2015”

Avant Music News
Daniel Barbiero – December 21st, 2015 Review about Palimpsest Trio’s “Stanze”

The Modern Folk Music of America
December, 2015 Review about Palimpsest Trio’s “Stanze”

La Nuova Sardegna
August 17, 2015 Article about the Festival “Time in Sassari”

L’Unione Sarda
Alessandra Menesini – June 28, 2015 Article about the exhibition “Il sogno di mia madre”

La Nuova Sardegna
Daniela Paba – June 19, 2015 Article about the exhibition “Il sogno di mia madre”

Inner Tour
Rita Draper Frazão – May 21, 2015 Drawings depicting some MIA Festival musicians 

Jazz.pt
Rui Eduardo Paes – May 20, 2015 Article about the 6th edition of MIA Festival 

Sardinews
Giacomo Mameli – February 10, 2015 Article about the upcoming concert “Music for toy Instruments at MAN Museum – Nuoro

Musica Jazz
Top Jazz 2014 – January 2015

Unica Radio
Simone Cavagnino – December 16, 2014 Interview with Silvia about an upcoming concert and a related article

The New York Times
Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim – December 15, 2014 Review about a P.Chen’s concert at the BAC mentioning Silvia Corda’s “Tre ritratti del Tempo”

L’Unione Sarda
Francesca Figus – November 16, 2014 Article about the project “Back to Bech”

Broadwayworld.com
November 11, 2014 Article mentioning Silvia Corda’s “Tre ritratti del Tempo”

Chain D.L.K.
Vito Camarretta – October 21, 2014 (review about “Palimpsest”)

All About Jazz
Vincenzo Roggero – August 21, 2014 (review about “Palimpsest”)

La Rebelion de los Antioxidantes
Web radio broadcast including two tracks from “Palimpsest” – June 25, 2014

Avant Music News
Daniel Barbiero – April 14, 2014 (review about Palimpsest)

Musica Jazz
Libero Farnè – March, 2014 (review about Geometrie Variabili “The Breath”)

Radio Gazzarra
Thanks to Sodapop Fizz for including “Breaking the Crust” by Geometrie Variabili in the February 27, 2014 podcast.

Kathodik
Marco Carcasi – February 17, 2014 (List of the best 2013 albums including “The Breath”)

Sodapop
Emiliano Zanotti – January 15, 2014 (review about Geometrie Variabili “The Breath”)

I Care If You Listen
Arlene & Larry Dunn – January 7, 2014 (review about UnCaged Toy Piano Festival Extravaganza at the Dimenna Center NYC)

Distorsioni
Alfredo Sgarlato – January 2, 2014 (review about Geometrie Variabili “The Breath”)

Son of Marketing
Nicola Orlandino – December 27, 2013 (List of the best 2013 albums including “The Breath”)

The New York Times
Steve Smith – December 13, 2013 (article about the UnCaged Toy Piano Festival in NYC)

L’Unione Sarda
Carlo Argiolas – December 11, 2013 (article about UnCaged Festival)

Kathodik
Marco Carcasi – November 2nd, 2013 (review about Geometrie Variabili “The Breath”)

Son of Marketing
Nicola Orlandino – October 12, 2013 (review about Geometrie Variabili “The Breath”)

L’Unione Sarda
Carlo Argiolas – October 1st, 2013 (review about Geometrie Variabili “The Breath”)

Avant Music News
“Geometrie Variabili crafts meticulously realized ensemble pieces that often sound composed both in their overall trajectories and in their melodic and harmonic details.”
Daniel Barbiero – September 9, 2013 (review about Geometrie Variabili “The Breath”)

La Cueva Boreal
April 27, 2012 (review about “Collettivo di resistenza culturale”)

Avant Music News
“A Sphere of Simple Green succeeds in creating a coherent sound painting out of the colors available to the musicians.”
Daniel Barbiero – October 26, 2011

Sardegna Quotidiano
August 18, 2011

Chain D.L.K
Vito Camarretta – June 22, 2011 (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

All About Jazz
L’effetto è molto interessante, perché la scomposizione di suoni e l’interazione tra gli artisti che scaturisce dall’improvvisazione trovano identità in una omogeneizzazione narrativa che le impiega come suggestioni sonore, evocazioni d’ambiente e pulsazioni tra l’ancestrale e il tecnologico.
Neri Pollastri – May 25, 2011 (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

Sodapop
“Tre tracce di musica contemporanea avanzata e sventagliata di suoni fra l’industriale e la musica concreta.Vari silenzi con tutti i crismi per essere chiamata musica colta, un piccolo capolavoro.”
Andrea Ferraris – May 13, 2011 (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

Rockerilla
May 2011 – (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

Rumore
May 2011 – (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

The Sound Projector
Ed Pinsent – May 2011 – (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

Kathodik
“Gioco di esposizione obliqua, di suggestione profonda.Dove la componente elettronica, interagisce in tempo reale con la fase acustica, ampliandone gli spazi, alterando di continuo la percezione del limite.”
Marco Carcasi –  May 2011 (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

Radio 3 RAI
Nicola Catalano – April 5, 2011 (review about “Untitled Soundscapes”)

All About Jazz
Vincenzo Roggero interviews Silvia Corda – July 23, 2008

Jazzword
Ken Waxman – February 13, 2006 (review about “Impromptu”)

All About Jazz
Neri Pollastri – January 19, 2006 (review about “Impromptu”)

All About Jazz
Al trio di Silvia Corda, piano, Adriano Orru’, contrabbasso, e Alessandro Garau, batteria, spetta il compito di aprire musicalmente (Chiostro del porto) il festival ed e’ subito una piacevole sorpresa.
Vincenzo Roggero – September 2005 

Radio 3 RAI
“Invenzioni a due voci” – September/November 2002 broadcasting

Jazzword
“The bassist’s “Anche i neosituazionisti hanno un cuore”, the longest tune on the disc, allows her to bear down solidly on the keyboard…”
Ken Waxman – February 15, 2002 (review about “Impronte”)

Musica Jazz
“Autorevole esordio discografico della giovane pianista sarda…Nel buon trio con Adriano Orrù e Antonio Pisano mostra fervide idee servite da tecnica e preparazione ben solide.”
“Authoritative discographic debut of the young Sardinian pianist…in an excellent trio with Adriano Orrù and Antonio Pisano showing eager ideas accompanied by solidly based techniques and preparation.”
Gian Mario Maletto – January 2002 (review about “Impronte”)

Jazzit
“E’ un trio introspettivo e tendenzialmente Evansiano…Da questo inespugnabile punto di forza, la musicalità eterea, vivace o talvolta nostalgica della giovane pianista sarda si rileva distinta, tra luci sfavillanti e riparate ombre…”
“This is an introspective and tendentially Evansian trio…From this impregnable point of force, the ethereal musicality, at times lively and at times nostalgic, of the young Sardinian pianistcan be heard from afar, among glittering lights and hidden shadows…”
Gianmichele Taormina – November 2001 (review about “Impronte”)

All About Jazz
“Primo album a nome della giovane pianista sarda Silvia Corda, in trio con altri due musicisti isolani, Adriano Orrùal contrabbasso e Antonio Pisanoalla batteria, questo “Impronte” è un lavoro molto elegante e curato, ricco di composizioni originali e nel quale i tre musicisti hanno modo di mettere in mostra le loro non poche qualità.“
“First album by the young Sardinian pianist Silvia Corda, in trio with two other local musicians, Adriano Orrùon the double bass and Antonio Pisanoon the drums, the album “Impronte” is an extremely elegant and detailed study, full of original compositions which have enabled the three musicians to exibit their considerable qualities.“
Neri Pollastri – October 2001 (review about “Impronte”)

DownBeat
“ Lovers of jazz piano were in luck. There were sublime sets featuring quartets led by localrising star Silvia Corda, an impressionistic player in the Bill Evans mold, and by sublime Ahmad Jamal…”
Mitchell Feldman – November 15, 2000 (review about “Ai confini fra Sardegna e Jazz” Festival)

Musica Jazz
“…la pianista Silvia Corda…ha interessato la platea con un concerto, per sonorità e composizione, vicino a certe esperienze del Novecento statunitense…”
“…the pianist Silvia Corda…enthused the audience with her concert, with the sound and composition which resembled those experienced on occasion in the twentieth century USA…”
Letizia Renzini – September 2000 (review about “Time in Jazz” Festival)

Il Manifesto
“…nei concerti di solo pianoforte Silvia Corda e Peter Waters hanno fatto incontrare jazz e musica di tradizione europea…lei è piuttosto brava con le suite Anniversaires di Bernstein e intelligenti pezzi propri…” 
“…during the piano concerts Silvia Corda and Peter Waters have combined jazz and traditional European music….she is particulalry good with Bernstein’s ‘suite Anniversaires’ as well as with intelligent pieces of her own…”
Michele Mannucci  – August 18, 2000 (review about “Time in Jazz” Festival)

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