A highly eclectic and talented guitarist and composer, Francesco Bruno has released nine solo albums : ‘Interface’, ‘1989 Time sharing”, ‘El lugar’, where Ritchie Havens appears as co-author and interpreter, ‘Ouarzazat’, ‘Matarièh’, “Jamila “Huacapù’ ,“ “The long voyage of Tiziano Terzani : The other words” and the latest “Witam”. From the 70ties up until today Francesco Bruno walks through a long musical path that started in 1974 with the ensemble of the percussionist Tony Esposito. Together they played at the Montreaux Jazz Festival in 1976 where he also performed with American trumpet player Don Cherry. During the 80’s Francesco composes many very successful tracks that would soon become “ever green” hits for the singer Teresa De Sio, cooperating also alongside Brian Eno. In 1987 he release his first album “Interface. From there on, some of the best Italian jazz musicians such as: Roberto Gatto, Pino Iodice, Danilo Rea, Enzo Pietropaoli, Joseph Lepore, Javier Girotto, play in Francesco Bruno’s ensemble. In the wake of the many successful concerts in Italy and abroad and several performances in national TV shows, Francesco Bruno receives valuable recognition of both public and critics. 2007 is the start of a brand new multimedia project “The long journey of Tiziano Terzani. The words other”, published in February 2010 by the Espresso Group – La Repubblica and sold over 30.000 copies in Italy. The work is now touring in the most famous Italian theatres. Starting from 2012, Francesco performs with his new jazz quartet in Italy and abroad, playing his new album “Witam” and also as special guest with the Sylwester Ostrowski ensemble, alongside trumpet player Piotr Vojtasik, piano player Reggie Moore, drummer Newman Taylor Baker and double bass player Essiet Okon Essiet.