Pianist, keyboardist Marco Cremaschini studied harmony and jazz improvisation with R.Cipelli and M.Piacentini, perfecting his style under the tutelage of F.Donatoni and F.D’Andrea at Milan’s CPM and at Conservatorio Luca Marenzio in Brescia.
He then participated in several modern music seminars at “Siena Jazz”with P.Fresu and Cremona’s L’Arci with Han Bennink.
Besides performing with various jazz formations, he’s accompanied numerous artists of varying musical genres (Jazz, Pop, Rock, Salsa, Bossanova etc.) accumulating a noteworthy experience in accompaniment, improvisation and performance.

Among others he’s played with: Larry Thompson (Stevie Wonder, Michael McDonald ), Fulvio Sigurtà (who played on Jamie Cullum’s Interlude). Lisa Marie Simmons, Simone Boffa, Anna Maria Castelli, Tempo Rei, Alan Farrington, Lisa Bell, Cheryl Porter, V.Abeni, G.Bombardieri, R.Bonisolo, A.Farrington, S.Gibellini, S.Guiducci, Rosa Emilia, A.Peli, M.Slaviero ecc. He has also collaborated with the Italo-Cubano group “Raiz Latina” and the recording label “Looking Forward” as composer, pianist and arranger, working with singer A.Gotti, with whom he recorded the c.d. “Ordinary Woman”.
He played as well with the quartet of guitarist Luciano Poli (C.D.’s “Chiacchiere” and “Off Topic”); and with many jazz and soul vocalists (Silvia Dalla Noce, Blue Sisters, Key Foster Jackson, Jenny B. Cheryl Porter, Miles Simmons and others.)

He continues his work as composer, arranger e keyboard player with Lisa Marie Simmons and their group Hippie Tendencies, and also with the project “NoteSpeak” (Ropeadope Records.
He also teaches modern piano and improvisation at Brescia’s school “L’Altrosuono”.