Diego Garbin

Diego Garbin is a Brazilian jazz trumpet soloist. At the age of 7 he began his musical training on drums and guitar with his father Antônio Garbin. In 2008 he graduated from the Dr. Carlos de Campos Conservatory of Music and Drama in Tatuí-Sao Paulo (BR).

Diego Garbin is a member of the faculty of the Conservatório de Tatuí (Sao Paulo) in the JAZZ department, where he teaches trumpet, repertoire and ensemble practice.
As a trumpeter, he has been a member of the Conservatory’s Big Band since 2009 and is currently the group’s coordinator.

He played with musicians such as Vinicius Dorin, Maestro Branco, Hermeto Pascoal, Thiago do Espirito Santo, Marcos Paiva, André Marques, Mario Campos, Itibere Zuarg, Cleber Almeida, Fabio Gouveia, JP Barbosa, Current Trio, Louise Wooley, Salomão Soares, Paulo Almeida, Humberto Araujo, Nailor Proveta, Ademir Junior, Marcelo Coelho, Daniel Alcantara, Vitor Alcantara, Nelson Faria, Sizão Machado, Gilson Piranzatta, Mauro Senise, Vittor Santos, Jorginho do do, Lenny Andrade, Miles Osland, Altair Martins.

Diego Garbin took part in the recording of the album “Natureza Universal” with the Hermeto Pascoal Big Band, an album that won the Latin Grammy 2019 in the Latin Jazz category.
He has participated in several festivals in Brazil and abroad including: Jazz a La Calle – Uruguay, Tucuman Jazz – Argentina, Savassi Jazz Festival – Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Ourinhos Music Festival, Panel Instrumental – Tatuí, (SP, BR) .

He recently released his first solo album entitled “Refuge” on the instrumental music label Blaxstream. Diego Garbin is currently a member of the Big Band of the Conservatório de Tatuí, Hermeto Pascoal and Big Band, Fabio Gouveia Deceto, Noneto de Casa, Cleber Almeida Septeto, André Marques Sexteto, Paulo Almeida Quinteto, Salomão Soares Quarteto.

Diego Garbin plays exclusively THEIN Trumpets.