Luca Bulgarelli

Biography

DOUBLE BASS, FIRST CYCLE ACADEMIC COURSES' JAZZ ENSEMBLE
Luca Bulgarelli

Luca Bulgarelli nasce in Abruzzo nel 1972 e studia Basso Elettrico e Contrabbasso.
He won a scholarship at the prestigious University of Siena Jazz in 1992 and graduated in Double Bass at the Conservatory of Campobasso in 1997.

He has played in many of the most important Jazz Festivals in the world: Perugia, Pescara, Rome, Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Paris, Lion, Porto, Malaga, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Budapest, Copenhagen, New York, Washington DC, Beijing , Algiers, Montreal, Den Haag, Luxemburg, Brussels, Warsaw, Tokyo, Shanghai, New Delhi, Goa, Bangkok, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Helsinky, Tallin, Bergen, Istanbul, Wien, Basel, Zurich.

Luca Bulgarelli ha collaborato in studio e dal vivo con numerosissimi artisti registrando oltre 70 album: Enrico Pieranunzi, Roberto Gatto, Maurizio Giammarco, Enrico Rava, Paolo Fresu, Rita Marcotulli, Mariapia De Vito, Danilo Rea, Nicola Stilo, Rosario Giuliani, Stefano Bollani, Gianluca Petrella, Fabrizio Bosso, Stefano Di Battista, Gunther Schuller, Kenny Wheeler, Mike Manieri, George Garzone, Toninho Horta, Gal Costa, Donnie Mc Caslin, Alain Jean Marie, Mundell Lowe, Philip Catherine, Rick Margitza, Bob Mintzer, Tooth Thielemans, John Abercrombie, Dave Liebman, Seamus Blake, Jorge Rossy, Nir Felder, Greg Osby.

Even in the world of pop music he has taken place in many collaborations: Mimmo Locasciulli, Francesco De Gregori, Beppe Servillo, Paola Turci, Daniele Silvestri, Joe Barbieri, Gino Paoli and Sergio Cammariere.

As a Sound Designer he has mixed and mastered numerous records for various labels such as: Emarcy / Universal, CAM jazz, AlboreJazz, Abeat records, Auand, Widesound, DreyfusJazz, ViaVenetoJazz, Giandomusic.

He currently guides many music labs and teaches double bass at Saint Louis College of Music.

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