Francesco LuzzioFrancesco Luzzio

Education:
Degree cum laude in “Disciplines of Music” (Music Disciplines), Palermo University.
Degree cum laude in “Jazz and audio-tactile music” from the Santa Cecilia Conservatory of Rome.
Electric Bass Diploma from the Saint Louis College of Music of Rome.
He started off as a self-educated musician, then studied with Marco Siniscalco, Gianfranco Gullotto and Roberto Gallinelli.

 

Collaborations and professional experiences:
Junior Marvin (The Wailers), Morgan, Gabin, Roberto Pregadio Big Band, Galaxy Big Band by Bruno Biriaco, Operaia Orchestra by Massimo Nunzi, Lello Panico, Cristiano Micalizzi, Luca Trolli, José Fiorilli, Alessandro Gwis, Diego Caravano, Marina De Sanctis, Elisabetta Antonini, Crystal White, Orlando Johnson, Davide Piscopo, Susanna Boots, Roberto “Bob” Baruffaldi, Stefano Sabatini, Massimo Varini, Davide Aru, Egidio Marchitelli, Peter De Girolamo, Lily Lathueru, Stefano Malatesta, Roberto Coltellacci, Marcello Rosa, Emilio Merone, Silvia Bilotti, and Valerio Guaraldi.
He is active as a performer in Italy and abroad and he works as a music educator.
He is teaches bass at the Saint Louis College of Music.

Festivals:
Villa Celimontana Jazz – Rome, Jazz Image – Rome, Invitation to Reading – Rome, Young Suoni – Naples (2005), Spazio Giovani – Foggia (2005), Valsugana Jazz Festival – Trento (2006), Prize Fabrizio De Andrè – Rome (2007 – 2008), RadioIncontri – Riva del Garda (2008), Effetto Venezia – Livorno (2009), Alburni Jazz Festival – Serre (2008), Musicultura – Macerata (2009 – 2010), Peperoncino Jazz Festival – Grimaldi (2010) and Laino Castello (2011), Meeting between the Arts – Maratea (2010), Jazz Routes – Santa Cecilia Conservatory, Rome (2011), Achab Riverside Blues Festival – Ostia (2011), Jazz Waves – Sapri (2011), Odio l’Estate – Villa Carpegna, Rome (2011), Jammin ‘2011 and 2012 – Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, Area Sanremo Tour (2012), Blues Summit – “Teatro Traiano” Fiumicino (2013), Ravello Festival – Ravello (2013),Otricoli Jazz Festival – Otricoli (2014), Elettrika 2014, and Rome Guitar Festival – Rome (2014)