Gioel Severini has been a saxophonist and jazz composer for years settled in the United States (mainly in New York) who occasionally returns to Italy for concert tours. His training, which began in Milan and continued in Rome and at the Tonelli Conservatory in Carpi, has further developed and consolidated in New York. Gioel has founded some bands and has participated in others, collaborating with musicians such as John Legend, Michael Bublè, Will Lee (official bassist of the David Letterman Band) and Roy Hargrove. Together with the Progressive Jazz Trio, composed by Alberto Minetti on piano, Carlo Panzalis on double bass and Luca Colombo on drums, Gioel Severini has recorded the CD 'United Jazz Artists of Milan', released by Italian Way Music in 2009, which contains performances of 11 Milanese Jazz formations, and particularly 4 pieces of the 'Gioel Severini Trio'.