Damiano Trevisan

He studied drums since the age of 12 with Maestro Ubaldo Rivi, attending various Master Classes with Lele Melotti, Gregg Bissonette, Mauro Gherardi, Christian Mayer and others.
He attended the “Bruno Maderna” State Conservatory of Music in Cesena, graduating in percussion instruments in 2011. He also studied Latin percussion with Lele Shaddy Sgarbi, Leo di Angilla, Paolo Caruso and Flavio Piscopo.

Various teaching experiences in various schools of Imola, Medicina, Castel San Pietro Terme, Ravenna and others.

Many musical experiences in the classical and pop fields: collaboration with the Experimental Orchestra of Emilia Romagna directed by maestro Orlando Pulin; at the Teatro Comunale in Florence he works as percussionist with maestro Arnold Bosman in “The Little Sweeper” by Britten, “Brundibar” by Kraza and “Das Berliner Requiem”.
He plays with the Arezzo Philharmonic Orchestra directed by maestro R. Fabbriciani as first percussionist. He plays timpani with the Collegio Musicum Almae Matris, directed by maestro David Winton. He’s on tour with Franco Oppini and Pippo Santoanastaso with the company of operettas “Edipo”.

Since 2020 he has been collaborating on a regular basis with Gem Boy and Cristina D’Avena. Other artistic collaborations with: Righeira, Danilo Sacco, Alberto Camerini, Ricky Portera, Enrico Silvestrin, Kay Foster Jakson, James Thomson, Freak Antoni, Federico Poggipollini, Bermuda Acustic Trio, Tanya Michelle, Andrea Mingardi, Morgan, Jimmy Villotti, Marina Massironi, Ugo by Ghero, Ezio Greggio, Enzo Iacchetti, Gemelli Ruggeri, Trio Reno, Francisco Vidal, Dave Harris, Beppe D’onghia, Andrea Roncato, Toto Cutugno, Mario Biondi, Cesareo, Joe Pisto trio, Magamadama, Fabio supernova, Anthera, Cialtronigth, Diapason band, Gem Boy. Mirko Casadei Beach Band, Guilt Deluxe, Riccardo Majorana, The Mad.G, Stefano Fucili and Piazza Grande.

He is also UFIP endorser, Lantek sticks, Varus drums.
Since 2021 he’s collaborating with the craftsman Sergio Giovagnola playing “Sempiternus” snare drums.