Dennis Adu Dennis Adu

Dennis Adu was born in 1987, May 8 in Saltpond (Ghana). When he was 2 years old his family moved to Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine. He started play the trumpet when he was 7, and when he turned 8 he was invited to Alexander Gebel Orchestra.

Dennis participated in such international festivals and competitions like “Millau en Jazz” (France), “Fel du Sher” (France), “Jazz A Vienne” (Viena), Alfa Jazz Fest (Ukraine) and many others.

Dennis took lessons from Alex Sipiagin and Joe Magnarelli. He played with Ku- umba Frank Lacy, Gregory Porter, Curtis Fuller, Jim Rotondi, Roy and Ofer Assaf, Steve Slagle, Javon Jackson, Larry Willis, Quincy Davis, Dana Hall, Wayne Escoffery, Michael Dease, Jason Brown, Jimmy Bosch, Mitch Froman, Pete Nater Frankie Vasquez, Mambo Legends Orchestra and other.

Since 2012 he leads the Quinet, Sextet, Septet and Big Band.


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