Quartetto Magritte

Quartetto Magritte is an ensemble born in 1993 under the direction of Maurizio Minardi, pianist and composer of the songs inspired to Magritte’s paintings. In 1997 the first disc “Le vacanze di Hegel” is published. Tango, habanera, impressionistic and minimal sounds, jazz improvisation and baroque music: each musical event, cultured or popular, is filtered in its core poetry by a haunting and passionate impetus.
In 1998 the magazine “Futura Music” produces Breton. The same year Quartetto Magritte wins Arezzo Wave Festival and one of the songs, “Cubi”, is edited by Polygram.
In 2002 participation to the radio show “DemoRai” (promoting independent music). The same year production of the CD “L’amantenuta”.
The Track L'amantenuta​​​​​​​​​​ in the remix version , choised from Paul Murphy and published from Afro Art Records with the title ‘Malanotte’
During 2005 Quartetto Magritte wins the Moneta d’Argento (second prize) to the jazz section of the second edition of Mantua Music Festival.
In 2008 publish' Cofferatzinger'.
Active until 2008.


Quartetto Magritte Discography Tracks


558 731-2 (on spine and back cover), 558 732-2 (on CD 1), 558 733-2 (on CD 2) Quartetto Magritte - Arezzo Wave Compilation 1998  album art Various Cubi Various - Arezzo Wave Compilation 1998 (2xCD, Comp) Black Out (2), Black Out (2), Black Out (2) 558 731-2 (on spine and back cover), 558 732-2 (on CD 1), 558 733-2 (on CD 2) Italy 1998 Sell This Version