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Trio of Boom
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, this event is cancelled. We are looking into bring the Trio of Boom back at a later date.
The first in a series of the PDCommunity, bringing all types of musicians together hosted by the
Palace Drum Clinic.
We are reaching out to all drummers, guitarists and keyboard players to come and join in this
unique workshop. First there will be a performance by the internationally acclaimed funk/world/
jazz trio, Trio of Boom, then you’ll have the opportunity to workshop with the individual artists on
their own instrument.
The workshop will be split into three rooms with each member of the trio taking their retrospective
This is a great opportunity to sit side by side and learn form some of the best in their field. All
you’ll need is to bring your guitar, sticks or note pad (if you’re a keys player) and soak up new/
different ideas and concepts for your own musical journey.
Make sure you book your place as this is an event that will certainly open up your creativity.
Trio of Boom
Robert Castelli, Francesco Lo Castro & Bruno D’Ambra [Trio of Boom] will be presenting music
from each of their new releases, with some surprises thrown in.This is Organ Trio Jazz at it’s
finest. Funky, Jazzy, Swinin’ & Contemporary. Seat belts optional but recommended!
Here’s what they’re saying about these incredible musicians and their music:
Lo Castro’s pin sharp melodies, scurrying along above a wash of guitar effects, evoke everything
from the funkiest, jazziest riffs to the shifting sands of North Africa.
D’Ambra’s new “ Vesuviana” is “ a warmhearted showcase for Bruno’s incredible musicianship
and composing skills. It grips the listener from the first to the last.” Mike Hobart-Jazz Critic,
Castelli’s “Party at One World Plaza” has been getting steady airplay in The USA, Canada, U.K.
“you feel carried away into the world of Afro-Cuban music, West African rhythms, jazz rock of the
70s and 80s with rhythm par excellence. It is your own fault if you do not move with such a
rhythmic design! Castelli is a rhythm machine!”
Ferdinand Dupius-Panther, Jazz Halo, Dec 2020
“An affectionate blend of Neapolitan roots with the bustle of London