Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bruno E., a composer, multi instrumentalist and native of Goiânia, a city from the midwest of Brazil, began his career as a professional music producer in the early 1990s producing hip hop artists from São Paulo such as Pavilion 9, Piveti and others. In 1998, he participated in the beggining of the record company Trama by João Marcello Bôscoli. At Trama, Bruno was one of the artistic directors and the head of SambaLoco Records, the label that released a great number of Brazilian electronic music artists such as DJ Marky, DJ Patife, Drumagick and Anderson Soares. In 2002, he moved to London to work in the international operation of Trama. He also produced his first jazz album "Lovely Arthur". This album was dedicated to his son Arthur, his family, and related to spirituality such as Buddhism and the cause of Tibet's liberation. Lovely Arthur has received excellent feedback and reviews in several international magazines, among them the well-known jazz magazine Straight No Chaser (UK).