Clemente Ferrari

I love and constantly looking for the analog sound and work on it in real time... the Sledge gives me the possibility of the unexpected as he had own life and personality without losing the sound style...


Clemente Ferrari is a pianist, accordionist, arranger and orchestra director. Studiologic endorser.

Since 1988 he realizes as musical arranger and orchestra director about 180 discs for various artists in Italy, Spain and Mexico.

He is repeatedly conductor at the Sanremo Festival in the editions 2001, 2002, 2008, 2010, 2013, for various artists including Paola Turci, Max Gazzè, Nino D'angelo.

He conducts twice the famous "London Session Orchestra" in the legendary "Abbey Road" studies in London; among the most important recording studios in the world where, for example, the Beatles realized all their recording production (but also Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, etc.).

He has worked and continues to work, live and in the studio with artists like Max Gazzè, Fiorella Mannoia, Patty Pravo, Paola Turci, Carmen Consoli, Marina Rei, Simone Cristicchi, Bandabardò, Luca Carboni, etc.

He completed classical studies of piano and accordion in Vibo Valentia under the guidance of teachers Pino Puzzello and Ida Iannuzzi.