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BIOGRAPHY

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Cyril Galamini is a French jazz trombonist, currently living and working in Paris.

Born and raised on the French Riviera, he earned his musical degrees from the Conservatories of Cannes and Nice in classical studies, jazz studies and harmony. He then moved to Paris in 2017, to study in the prestigious Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse (CNSMDP), where he graduated from with a Bachelor and a Master Degree in Jazz Studies.

 

State-certified educator (Diplome d’Etat), he teaches at the Conservatory Maurice Ravel (Paris XIII), at the CRR de Paris where he co-leads the big band along with Pierre Bertrand and Michel Feugere, and at the Conservatory of Stains (93).

 

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As a sideman, Cyril regularly appears on stage with Pierre Bertrand and the Nice Jazz Orchestra, the Amazing Keystone Big Band, Divertimento Symphony Orchestra, David Sauzay, Monika Kabasele, Quentin Lourties...  As a leader, he is currently developing his projects in trio setting (Ensemble Echos), quintet and with the Cyril Galamini Big Band. All his works are available on YouTube.

Through his studies and early professional experiences, Cyril had the privilege of playing with some of the finest jazzmen as Vince Mendoza, Gregory Porter, Richard Galliano, Nicolas Folmer, Jason Marsalis, Roberto Fonseca, Fred Hersch...

 

In 2019, chosen by French National Radio “France Musique”, Cyril represented France during a tour of the Euro Radio Orchestra, an international Big Band with musicians from 19 European countries.

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