Brazilian composer, producer and keyboardist, Corciolli was born on the 8th of January, 1968, in São Paulo. He always loved the sounds that electronic synthesizers can produce and at the age of 13, he began to take piano classes with Mrs. Nair Talbet (disciple of Magdalena Tagliaferro). Later he started playing in several bands and under the orientation of Mr. Cacho Souza he expanded his knowledge of popular music and jazz. In the year of 1986 he started the Architecture´s College and work as a professional musician as well. At that time he was playing with the virtuoso bass player Celso Pixinga and with the rhumba-flamenco blockbuster´s band Espirito Cigano.
In 1995, inspired by ancient Latin texts and studies on alchemy, he produced one of his most famous work, the album “Unio Mystica”. This great album has a singular mixture of Gregorian chant, ethereal piano melodies and good arrangement. This album was released in several countries and achieved a great success with the audiences and critics. It also received the blessing of His Holiness, Pope John Paul II In 1996 Corciolli played at the America Latina memorial with the Tibetan Monks of Gaden Shartse. With the same group he recorded the album “The New Moon Of East”. This album was an Innovative meeting of Tibetan sacred chants with music made by a Western artist. In the following years, he produced and released several albums as a solo artist and several special projects for the recording company such as “Exotique” (1998), “Unio Celestia”(1999) and “TudoAzul” collection (2001): 10 albums inspired on the main alternative therapies and ancient knowledge. The song “Oratio” (album Unio Celestia) has been chosen to be the musical theme of the soap opera “Essas Mulheres”. The song “Toledo” (album Unio Celestia) has been chosen to be part of the song track for the presentation of the Brazilian gymnast Angélica Kvieczynski at Panamericanos games of 2007. Invited by Caras Magazine, one of the most important magazine in Brazil, he produced two best-sellers collections: “Caras Zen” and “Caras Música do Mundo” that sold more than 8 millions CDs.
Corciolli has released many international compilations in more than 40 different countries. He worked with artists such as Hans Zimmer, Vangelis, Enigma, Sarah Brightman, Luciano Pavarotti among others. Nowadays, Corciolli is working with soundtrack composition for cinema and new artist production. Since 2011, he is a Brazilian YAMAHA artist.
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