Diego Pozzan

Diego is the youngest member of MORBLUS. He discovered his passion for the drums at the age of 14 and took lessons from famous musicians such as Alfredo Antonio Golino or Ellade Bandini.

From 2006 on, he took part in a large number of seminars and cheap levitra professional workshops (Siena Jazz etc) before in 2008 he founded the discount generic propecia electronic jazz formation MOF 5tet, together with Stefano Dallaporta (Morblus bass player).  Their first CD “Embarassing Days” came out in 2009.

Diego’s efforts paid off when in 2009 he won the competition for the best drummer of order viagra pill the MMI Verona, awarded by Steve Smith. One year later, he finished his graduation in Jazz at the Conservatory G. Frescobaldi in Ferrara.

Since then, his musical journey led him on tours through France und Luxembourg (with different Gospel and Jazz ensembles), and on the stages of well-known national Jazz festivals in Bologna or Ferrara.

As part of MORBLUS that he joined in 2009, Diego has played in many European countries such as France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Austria and Germany

He has worked with different national and international artists such as

Diane Blue, Waldo Weathers (James Brown), Martha High (James Brown, Maceo Parker), Leo Carboni, Roberto Manuzzi, Teo Ciavarella, Sax Gordon, Domenico Loparco, Giuseppe Bassi, Marco Marzola, Stefano Dallaporta, Frank Martino, Manuel Trabucco, Filippo Vignato, Roberto Morbioli, Daniele Scala, Oscar Marchioni, Kicca Andriolo, Alfonso Santimone, Gianluca e visit web site Gianmatteo Carollo, Chiara Luppi, Elena Tavella.

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