ENRICO MARCHESI 

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Professional Trumpet Player, Brass Teacher, Composer and Conductor

Enrico Marchesi is a graduate from the “Conservatory G. Donizetti” in Bergamo, Northern Italy (a qualification which permits Enrico to teach in the state system to higher education level) and then went on to specialise at “Conservatory Santa Cecilia” in Rome.

He has collaborated with the orchestras Rai Symphony Orchestra of Milan, Arturo Toscanini Symphony Orchestra of Parma, Symphony Orchestra of Lucca, Symphony Orchestra of San Remo and the Symphony Orchestra of Foggia.

He participated in the Jazz studies at the G. Verdi Conservatory (Milan) under the guidance of Maestro Giorgio Gaslini, pianist, composer and conductor. He became Trumpet Leader in the Gaslini Orchestra and supported Don Cherry, Gato Barbieri , Steve Lacy at Jazz festivals throughout Italy , Switzerlands Spain : Bergamo Jazz Festival, Lovere Jazz Festival, Lugano Jazz Festival , Puerto de la Cruz Tenerife .

Enrico Marchesi has performed with many luminaries including the jazz legend Sonny Rollins, Chet Baker quartet, Bruce Adams.

Played at Barbican theatre, London as support to Spanish Harlem Orchestra.

Recorded several Latin House sessions (Budnubac/Backyard Dog) BMG MUSIC.

Enrico created 'Bourbon y Tequila' 9 pieces salsa orchestra in 2002. All the pieces played by the band were written on purpose by Enrico. Impressive reputation with audiences across the UK and Germany:

Manchester jazz festival, Scarborough jazz festival, Leeds jazz festival, Glasgow jazz festival, Edinburgh jazz festival, Stuttgart festival.

Enrico also teaches private lessons and gives trumpet workshops.

Enrico is currently brass teacher with:

Artforms Leeds

(Education Leeds)

Heckmondwike Grammar School

Horsforth Music Centre

The Froebelian School


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