Bruno D’ambra

Bruno D’Ambra, a highly sought-after pianist, is also a session keyboard player. He has worked on many different musical projects in a variety of styles, including jazz, pop, electronic, world, rock, and funk. Bruno was born in Naples, Italy. He moved to London in 2000, and has played at many of the best venues and recording studios in London. He was invited to perform at the American Embassy’s Regent’s Park residence by President Barack Obama in 2011. Bruno was five years old when his parents took him to see Chet Baker perform at his local club. He began professionally playing jazz at the age 18 after spending his teenage years as a bass player in several rock bands. Bruno has recorded with many international artists since he arrived in London. He has performed with his own quartet at Ronnie Scott’s as well as collaborating with artists like Tony Kofi and Fulvio Sigurta. He is a composer who has composed for theatre and film, in both Italy and America. He was also a part of the soundtrack to Tony Kaye’s film Black Water Transit, starring Karl Urban u0026 Laurence Fishburne. Bruno continues to perform in London, and recently released Songs for Duke – a duo album featuring original compositions inspired Duke Ellington. From

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