Gustavo Bergalli

At the age of twelve he initiated his first lessons on trumpet and as an adolescent he began with Louis Armstrong as his leading idol in twenties-encouraged bands nominated for example, the Royal Garden Jazz Band and the Dixieland Smugglers.

Steadily he created his own mode all the way through jazz’s history, accumulating lasting feelings from, Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge and, in particular, Clifford Brown. Bergalli in his individual tender and pleasingly expressed performances it’s easy to recognize a melodious resonance of, Chet Baker or Miles Davis. Soon after Bergalli will be part of a primary expression of the new generation of jazz trumpeters in South America, traveling and recording significantly with the most compicuous bands and soloists in Latin America.
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