Modern jazz concert at Temi Zammit Hall

Graduating in music in 1992, Italian trumpet player Vincenzo Deluci has spent just six of all the years since then away from the stage, and it was not by choice.

In 2004, he was involved in a car accident that left him a quadriplegic, with little to no mobility.

Driven by his love of music and determined to keep playing it, in 2010 he returned to music and has been active on the live circuit ever since.

 Accompanied by fellow music graduates Camillo Pace on double-bass and Giuseppe Mariani on programming and electronics, Deluci formed The Apocalypse Trio.

The band is the result of a fusion of inspired vision and acquired musical experience. It’s a venture that seeks to explore new musical sounds by combining acoustic and electronic elements – the outcome is an engaging fusion of peculiar rhythms and sounds that the trio describes as electro-jazz. 

A venture that seeks to explore new musical sounds by combining acoustic and electronic elements

 Apart from their own original material, The Apocalypse Trio also tend to explore other musicians’ works and their set lists have been known to include works by Morricone, Eno and Radiohead, to name a few – all deconstructed and reinterpreted to fit into the trio’s self-styled sound mosaic.

 The Apocalypse Trio concert will take place on April 20 at the University of Malta’s Sir Temi Zammit Hall. The concert, which is part of the Valletta 2018 music programme, will also feature a performance by leading Maltese modern jazz act Gomez’s Experiment.

Doors open at 7.30pm. Entrance is €5 and tickets are available online.


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