| Piergiorgio Farina|| Singer|
| 25 April 1933 (1933-04-25) Goro, Italy|
July 28, 2008, Bologna, Italy
Il magico violino, I Grandi Solisti, Napoli Appassionata
Henghel Gualdi, Doctor Dixie Jazz Band, Andrea Mingardi, Orietta Berti, Milva
Piergiorgio Farina Wikipedia
Piergiorgio Farina (25 April 1933 – 28 July 2008) was an Italian jazz violinist, composer and singer.
Born Piergiorgio Farinelli in Goro, Ferrara, Farina was the cousin of the singer Milva. He started his career performing in Emilia-Romagna's ballrooms, and had his breakout in the second half of the 1960s thanks to his participation to the RAI musical variety Settevoci.
In 1968 he entered the competition at the Sanremo Music Festival in couple with Orietta Berti with the song ″Tu che non sorridi mai″, while in the 1975 edition of the Festival he was cast to perform on violin all the competing songs. He was also a sax, double bass and piano musician.
His son Bruno is also a musician.
1974: Il violino d'amore di Piergiorgio Farina
1975: Violino d'amore
1977: Tempo di rock
1978: ...a tutto rock!!!
1986: Gran gala
1988: Dolci ricordi
1989: Napoli appassionata