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Milo Lombardi is an Italian saxophonist and composer based in Berlin, Germany.

His sound has been described as joyful and serene and draws influence from old school legends such as Stan Getz, Coleman Hawkins, Dexter Gordon and Lester Young as well as from modern masters like Joshua Redman and Bob Reynolds.

Lombardi (born August 9, 1988 in Fano, Italy) studied piano as a child and when he was eleven he entered the “G. Rossini” conservatory in Pesaro, Italy, where he then studied saxophone with Enzo Veddovi. At age nineteen he graduated and moved to Sydney, Australia, where he performed with the Sydney Wind Symphony Orchestra. After a year he moved back to Europe to further his studies in jazz with Massimo Morganti and Peter Weniger.

As a saxophonist and vocalist, he has performed throughout Europe as a leader with his jazz quartet as well as a sideman with countless different bands ranging from Pop/Indie/EDM and Hip-Hop, to Classical and Contemporary music.


“His fingers glide ever so lightly over the keys, [...] he exceeds the normal level of virtuosity.” Berliner Morgenpost
Primary Instrument




Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced


The lessons can cover the following subjects: • SAXOPHONE • JAZZ HARMONY • SOLOING • COMPOSITION • SINGING • PIANO

Stan Getz Stan Getz
saxophone, tenor
Dexter Gordon Dexter Gordon
saxophone, tenor
Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins
saxophone, tenor
Joshua Redman Joshua Redman
Lester Young Lester Young
Bob Reynolds Bob Reynolds
saxophone, tenor



Album Going Nowhere (Enjoying the Ride) by Milo Lombardi

Going Nowhere...

Milo Lombardi

Going Nowhere (Enjoying the Ride)

Going Nowhere (Enjoying the Ride)

Milo Lombardi
Going Nowhere (Enjoying the...

Time is Amazing

Time is Amazing

Milo Lombardi
Going Nowhere (Enjoying the...


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