Marco Vezzoso is a jazz trumpeter born in Alba (Italy). He graduated from the Conservatory of Turin and attended numerous master classes with some of the most famous Italian and European trumpet players.

For six years he has lived in France where he is professor of jazz trumpet at the National Conservatory of Nice. Since 2018 it is also an official endorser of the Swiss brand SPADA, artisan manufacturer of high quality trumpets and flugelhorns.

Over the years he has performed in the most important European festivals as a leader, sideman, arranger, director of big band, conductor of various ensembles, between jazz and classic music. In 2014 he recorded his first album as a leader, “Jazz à porter”, containing original songs, published by the Milan label Map and distributed by Egea. He actively collaborates with the Italy’s National broadcasting company RAI of Rome for which he composes the song “Resta in camera Bi “, theme song of the program “Tra Poco in Edicola” broadcasted by Radio RAI 1. In 2015, the Japanese label Davinci Editions records and publishes his concert held in Osaka, with distribution Egea. To promote this latest album and his musical universe, between August and September 2017 the artist, accompanied by pianist Alessandro Collina, made a tour of Cambodia, Indonesia and Japan for a total of 16 concerts.

After having won acclaim abroad with his refined jazz, the trumpet player publishes a new album in March 2018, entitled “Guarda che Luna … Again” (Davinci Edition/Egea); a journey through the great classics of Italian melody that Marco Vezzoso has revisited in jazz, at the request of the Japanese label that publishes it.
During 2018, for the promotion of this his album and thanks to the partnership with the brands “Spirit Torino” and “Spada Music”, his “Guarda che Luna Tour” has reached several cities in France, Italy, Indonesia, Malaysia and Czech Republic, enjoying excellent results criticism.

As for news, the latest project by Vezzoso is the new album of unpublished works “14.07 du Côté de l’Art”.  Edited and distributed by EGEA in 2019, the disk is structured in a double CD; the first containing original music and the second music and poetic texts dedicated to the Nice terrorist massacre of 14 July 2016.