Assunta Di Pasquale started her life being rocked in a musical environment; her brothers and sisters, musicians like her, have always rejoiced their mum’s heart, a musician as well.
At the age of six, Assunta started studying the piano in a Conservatory in Belgium and she was just eleven when she composed her first musical piece.
As a teenager, her wish to learn everyday more led her to attend piano studies with even further assiduity. At that time, she also started to attend classical saxophone lessons. She also studied singing at the Sambreville Conservatory.
Simultaneously, she was deeply attracted by Jazz and immediately influenced by great names such as Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Paul Desmond, Phil Woods, Ella Fitzgerald, Al Jarreau, Stevie Wonder... Consequently, Assunta started attending jazz courses with Professor Mr. Henri Houben, a renowned jazz artist and teacher.
Assunta played the piano in NATO and has accompanied official graduation ceremonies at the Brussels American School.
She also teaches singing in a therapeutic centre that focuses on helping former drug addicts to come back to normal lifestyle(www.trempoline.be). Her huge desire to see that her students may find a kind of opening out in music, fills her with joy. Her heart is oriented towards the true values of love, share, and generosity that she wants to express through music.
This young woman plays many instruments and shows her range of talent on many occasions. She also leads and assists other musicians in song direction and arrangement.
Assunta also works with various cultural centres and plays alone or with other musicians in different musical events, mainly in Belgium. She is filled with a strength that pushes her to constantly develop her skills in order to offer her audience the very best.
Her music style is well appreciated because it contains a great deal of sensitiveness, freshness and deepness that touch a lot of people. She has now quite a large repertory since she composes and arranges a lot of pieces. This is another aspect of her career.