Four years after her fantastic concert at Roma Summer Fest, Diana Krall, the only jazz singer to have seen nine of her albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums chart, returns on May 1, 2023 at the Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone. The concert will be an opportunity for the Canadian artist to offer the Roman audience all his hits along with songs from "This Dream of You," his latest album released in 2020. The album sees Diana Krall in quartet with colleagues with whom she has collaborated for years John Clayton, Jeff Hamilton and Anthony Wilson on "Almost Like Being In Love" and "That's All," as well as in trio with Christian McBride and Russell Malone on "Autumn in New York" and "There's No You." Duets include an outstanding first-take of "I Wished On The Moon" with Krall and John Clayton and two recordings-"More Than You Know" and "Don't Smoke In Bed"-in which at the piano stool is Alan Broadbent, also the author of the orchestration for "But Beautiful" as well as the string arrangement in "Autumn In New York." The final recording session for this album took place at Capitol Studios, with an ensemble that included guitarist Marc Ribot, Stuart Duncan's violin and a rhythm section consisting of Tony Garnier on double bass and Karriem Riggins on drums. This lineup recorded "Just You, Just Me," the aforementioned "How Deep Is The Ocean" by Irving Berlin, and the Bob Dylan song "This Dream Of You," in which Randall Krall plays accordion. To date Diana Krall 's albums have earned five Grammy Awards, ten Juno Awards and have earned nine gold, three platinum and seven multi-platinum records.