Davide Di Pasquale began studying trombone at the age of 11 and played in the bandist complexes of the southern Abruzzo. At the age of 20, after studying jazz improvisation with Max Ionata, he moved to Rome, attending the Saint Louis Music Of College studying with the masters Luca Giustozzi and Marcello Rosa. In 2005 Paolo Fresu handed him the scholarship as the best pupil at the 17th edition of Nuoro Jazz.

Since 2007 active in the Romanian and national scene as the first solo trombone and thrombone as well as as as a tourist in the studio. He has collaborated with Amii Stewart, Rocco Papaleo, Maurizio Rolli, Javier Girotto, Giancarlo Maurino, Mario Raja, Roberto Pregadio, Tony Formichella, Piero Quarta, Roberto Coltellacci, Antonio Solimene, Stefano Rotondi, Elvio Ghigliordini, Gianni Oddi, Roberto Mancini, Marco Omicini, Ettore Fioravanti, Antonello Sorrentino, Luca Aquino, Armando Sciommeri, Pino Sallusti, Pasquale Innarella, Paolo Tombolesi, Zsolt Kovacs, Raffaele Ferrari, Roberto Desideri, Walter Gaeta, Emanuele Urso.

He is also active in the theatre scene playing in musical orchestras, “Priscilla-The Queen of the Desert” and “The Sisters-The Way of Success”. He also directs performances and artistic installations of music and painting together with the “StudioSotterraneo”.


Davide Di Pasquale

Davide Di Pasquale
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