“Gentile and Romano’s improvisational spirit, sense of adventure, mutual empathy and creativity were relentless. What is also amazing is that as far as they went, the music always remained accessible, and often retained the illusion of being entirely composed."
- Jazz Improv NY Magazine, 2009.

Gentile/Romano has developed a style of playing that is truly personal in its approach. This duo has dispensed with conventional roles in order to develop a musical experience rich with interaction and nuance. It creates an organic counterpoint of ideas, a musical conversation full of surprises.

They create new works of art with flair and imagination, using a repertoire steeped in Jazz, Brazilian, and Classical music. Their original compositions defy categories, and exploit the distinct timbral possibilities of this unique instrumentation.

"They may play separate instruments, but when Tony Romano and Michel Gentile make music together, it is with one mind. Improvisational departures from form and imaginative leaps of musical faith….elevate Gentile and Romano from the ordinary Brazilian-meets-jazz read."
--Dave Good, NBCSanDiego.com

"Tony and Michel have taken the traditional concept of Flute and Guitar into the modern era. These traditional pieces shine with a contemporary flair" - Vic Juris

“Gentile and Romano’s improvisational spirit, sense of adventure, mutual empathy and creativity were relentless. What is also amazing is that as far as they went, the music always remained accessible, and often retained the illusion of being entirely composed."
- Jazz Improv NY Magazine, 2009.

Gentile/Romano has developed a style of playing that is truly personal in its approach. This duo has dispensed with conventional roles in order to develop a musical experience rich with interaction and nuance. It creates an organic counterpoint of ideas, a musical conversation full of surprises.

They create new works of art with flair and imagination, using a repertoire steeped in Jazz, Brazilian, and Classical music. Their original compositions defy categories, and exploit the distinct timbral possibilities of this unique instrumentation.

"They may play separate instruments, but when Tony Romano and Michel Gentile make music together, it is with one mind. Improvisational departures from form and imaginative leaps of musical faith….elevate Gentile and Romano from the ordinary Brazilian-meets-jazz read."
--Dave Good, NBCSanDiego.com

"Tony and Michel have taken the traditional concept of Flute and Guitar into the modern era. These traditional pieces shine with a contemporary flair" - Vic Juris