LUCA BULGARELLI

Luca Bulgarelli was born in Abruzzo, central Italy, in 1972. He starts studying electric bass and then double bass. He attends Siena Jazz workshops in 1972, where he gets a scholarship for merit. He gets a Double Bass Diploma in 1997, in Campobasso Conservatory.

He played in the most important Italian and International Jazz Festivals: Perugia, Pescara, Roma, New York, Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Paris, Lion, Porto, Malaga, Tel Aviv, Budapest, Copenhagen, Pechino, Algeri, Montreal, L’Aja, Luxemburg, Brussels, Varsavia, Tokyo, Shanghai, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Helsinky, Tallin, Bergen, Istanbul, Vienna, Basilea, Zurigo.

He collaborated and collaborates with: Enrico Pieranunzi, Roberto Gatto, Maurizio Giammarco, Enrico Rava, Paolo Fresu, Rita Marcotulli, Mariapia De Vito, Nicola Stilo, Rosario Giuliani, Stefano Bollani, Gianluca Petrella, Fabrizio Bosso, Gunther Schuller, Kenny Wheeler, Mike Manieri, George Garzone, Toninho Horta, Alain Jean Marie, Mundell Lowe, Philip Catherine, Rick Margitza, Bob Mintzer, Tooth Thielemans, John Abercrombie, Dave Liebman, Stefano Di Battista.

In the Pop Music scene with: Mimmo Locasciulli, Francesco De Gregori, Beppe Servillo, Paola Turci, Daniele Silvestri and Sergio Cammariere with whom he recorded 5 albums.

Moreover, as sound designer and sound producer he mixed and mastered several works for prestigious recording labels:   EmArcy/Universal, CAM jazz, Albore Jazz, Abeat records, Auand Records, Wide Sound, Dreyfus Jazz, Via Veneto Jazz, Gian Do Music.