Eduardo Mercuri

Eduardo Mercuri © Mya Dao
BIOGRAPHY

He was born in Curitiba (Brazil). After graduating in Music Pedagogy (FAP, Brazil), he was awarded a scholarship to go to Berklee College of Music, where he earned a Diploma in Performance (Summa Cum Laude, 2014) and the master's degree in Music Contemporary Performance (Summa Cum Laude) by the prestigious Berklee Global Jazz Institute (2016).

He began his professional career at the age of 17. In 2010, he released his first solo album O Timbre da mão, in which he presented 10 songs of his authorship. The following year he published Jazz Cigano Quinteto, an album dedicated to style manouche, which mixes classics from this repertoire with Brazilian choros and own compositions. Throughout his career he has shared the stage with such important names as Alejandro Sanz, Paquito D'Rivera, Joyce Moreno, Gabrielle Mirabassi, Luís Enrique, Susana Baca, Alcione and Dave Douglas. He has played at some of the most prestigious festivals and concert halls: Blue Note NYC, Carnegie Hall, Panama Jazz Festival, Latin Grammys Music Awards, Beantown Jazz Festival, The Howard Theater, Curitiba Music Office (BR) and Guaíra Theater (BR ), others.

In 2018, he released his third solo album, Prelude to a Kiss, and moved to New York, where he is increasingly in demand for recordings and presentations.

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