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To our faithful listeners,

We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

Artist tipping and music purchases will be functional until then, so please spend any remaining credits by month's end. 
A final payment will be made to artists following the shutdown.

thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
right direction.


Thank you for being a part of it.


James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Fabrizio Paterlini

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f_paterlini: @rafaelbran i think we can only send messages to listeners. Also, we lost the tracking of "how many" listeners we have.
posted 7 years ago
f_paterlini: @rafaelbran so Rafael, all the interactions artists-listeners are defenetely lost?
posted 7 years ago
f_paterlini: still shocked each time i see how "huge" i look in the new thesixtyone UI... ;) - http://tinyurl.com/lbsx29
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f_paterlini: goodmorning - freezing out there!
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"Fabrizio Paterlini is an artist on a par with Ludovico Einaudi and David Lanz, and my hope is that the world is ready to embrace his music" (Kathy Parsons, mainlypiano.com)

[More on Fabrizio in his official site and records site. You can also follow him from his official Twitter page or on his official Facebook page.]

Fabrizio Paterlini’s music has been defined as ambient, minimalist, graceful, sweet and relaxing: “a glass of red wine on a summer evening”, as he himself defines it.

Born in Mantua - Italy -, Fabrizio started playing the piano at the age of 6.

After many years studying classical music, he started perfoming with a number of bands, playing everything from progressive to hard rock, from jazz to pop. It was not until the end of the 90s that he decided to explore new musical paths, concentrating on the piano, the instrument that best expresses his inner world.

On Dec 13, 2009 he released his second official full piano solo album, "V... (+) expand
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gunterfr (level 2) wrote:
Your sound is so fantastic. Thanks for the free download option.
3 months ago
SunSparc (level 28) wrote:
I am glad to see that you came back. I love your music. I have poured many a heart onto your music. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent with the world.
5 months ago
thomasintaipei (level 22) wrote:
I love your music anytime, anywhere.
7 months ago
Ayesha77 (level 9) wrote:
Thank you for your absolutely beautiful music!
9 months ago
yardbird (level 42) wrote:
So good to have you back! Thanks for the wonderful "Historiette #2" and for the free download.
9 months ago
keeva77us (level 9) wrote:
Love your heart achingly beautiful music. Thank you Fabrizio.
10 months ago
rafaelbrandao (level 33) wrote:
Autumn Stories - Week #3 gives me goosebumps every time I listen. It has been my favorite for a while. I think it's because it makes me think about death, something I really try to avoid, but the song approaches it in a way that feels me feel calm and understanding about it. Thank you!
1 year ago
altblue (level 37) wrote:
@fuzzyorangebug, Fabrizio did celebrate piano day by releasing a new piano solo track, Historiette #5 ;-)
1 year ago
fuzzyorangebug (level 37) wrote:
I don't know about you, but I could really go for some new inspired piano compositions. You wouldn't happen to know where I could find something like that, would you? :)
1 year ago
reaxion (level 23) wrote:
Welcome back!!!!!! Beautiful and enthralling music!
1 year ago
unpoete (level 28) wrote:
Delightful welcome back! Diggin' the new track ("As Far As I Know") and the new musical soundscape.

Please continue posting here on T61 and on your SoundCloud page!
1 year ago
fuzzyorangebug (level 37) wrote:
Seeing you back here makes my heart super happy.
1 year ago
OrenYK (level 35) wrote:
Great to see you back here!
1 year ago
Fabrizio Paterlini wrote:
Nice to be back. Sweet memories of when it all started.
1 year ago
SallySilvera (level 40) wrote:
Welcome back! :D
1 year ago
marcares (level 32) wrote:
It would be a real trip if we could enjoy the complete Autumn Stories this very winter.
1 year ago
sandgirl (level 32) wrote:
Hello :-) T61 is back to it's old 2009 form. Come visit us again with music?
1 year ago
Suzen (level 15) wrote:
Forever Blue....so Nice...soooo nice!
1 year ago
marcog (level 29) wrote:
Hanno distrutto the61. Rivogliamo indietro quello vecchio!!!!!
Scrivete a help@thesixtyone.com e diteglielo.
We want the OLD 61 back please write to help@thesixtyone.com!
7 years ago
SallySilvera (level 40) wrote:
Heyas! Funny you should comment, coz I'm actually listening to your album at the moment!!!
The new design is totally confusing!! And sadly missing a lot of what made this place so amazing!
You can still see the site the "old" way for a while though:

7 years ago