Thomas Galliano Quartet
About Jazz Lates
Jazz Lates is a series of intimate Jazz events that take place in our wonderful living room. On Friday 21st of March it is with great pleasure that we welcome Thomas Galliano Quartet to the living room stage.
About the artist
With passion and vibrant energy of the New York City jazz scene, Thomas Galliano just recorded his first album in quintet untitled Walking Towards The Unknown alongside Myron Walden on saxophone, Luques Curtis, Peter Slavov on bass, Victor Gould on piano, Philip Dyzach and Josh Evans on trumpet.
Born in Nice, France Thomas did not have to look far to discover his passion for music.
His father a guitarist and his mother a radio host, Thomas grew up in a musical universe by spending much of his childhood in rehearsal space, jazz festivals and radio hall.
At the age of seven, he was accepted to the Conservatoire National de Région to study classical percussion under the direction of Professor Jacques Carré. After graduating from classical percussion, Thomas studied drums with Jean Paul Ceccarelli and in parallel to his studies at the conservatory he studied with the drummer Jean-Luc Danna.
In 2002, at the age of eighteen, Thomas went to Paris to study with the percussionist Gérard Carocci and drummer Mokhtar Samba. After gaining musical maturity, he joined his father on stage to mark the beginning of his career. A few years later he would tour in Italy with the quartet of the great saxophonist Paul Jeffrey.
In 2011, Thomas made the move to New York City and has shared the stage with well recognized and respected musicians such as JD Allen, Rick Margitza, Dezron Douglas, Eric Legnini, Pierre De Bethmann, Eric Wyatt, Emanuele Cisi, Logan Richardson, Stacy Dillard, Benito Gonzalez, Ed Cherry and many others.
Discover Thomas Galliano
- Live Performance 9 pm
- DJ from 11 pm to 1:30 am