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Luca Bonvini

After twenty years of succesful career as a trombone player on the Jazz scene and other genres Luca Bonvini picked up the Soprano of the trombone family, the Slide Trumpet, and performed in his first CD on his name, ATEMPORE, with Ares Tavolazzi and Steve Arguelles. His second CD, THE MYSTIC TRUMPETER, has been the disc of the month in jazz magazines in Italy.

Luca Bonvini performed and recorded with the most influential italian jazz groups in the two last decades of the last century and played with Orchestre National de Jazz (ONJ - France), Steve Lacy, Dave Holland, George Lewis, Dave Liebman, Enrico Rava, Dave Murray, Roswell Rudd, Jeanne Lee, Leroy Jenkins, Muhal Richard Abrhams, Glenn Ferris, Michel Godard, Vic Juris, Cameron Brown, Elliot Zigmund, Frank Sinatra jr. Big Band, Carla Bley and Steve Swallow, Elliot Sharp and others.

Gear

Custom made slide trumpet - Getzen Model


Tags

”A cauldron of suggestive emotions .... it doesn't happen every day to listen to the sound of a trumpet without valves ... “ Jazzit

“An instrument very human, fragile and powerful ... “ Corriere della Sera

“Intriguing melodies , in a Kaleidoscope of fascinating sounds ... a technique, but also an intensity, simply fantastic ... “ Messaggero Veneto

“The centre of the whole operation is truly the sound turgescent of emotions of the instrument used by the leader. “ Musica jazz

Primary Instrument

Trumpet

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

TCE/MSC

Albums

The Mystic Trumpeter

Splasc(H) Records
2010

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Baudrillard Est Mort

Splasc(H) Records
2008

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27 Min Tintoretto

Splasc(H) Records
2007

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Textmeldg.Blue

Splasc(H) Records
2007

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