Luca Bertaglia is a drummer, composer, arranger, teacher/educator, session drummer, bandleader and professional musician based in New York City. His national and international experience provides him the ability to play a wide variety of styles, and the knowledge of recording in a studio situation and also the skill to use hybrid drums.
In December 2013, after national experiences and being part of the professional music scene in Italy, Luca decides to move to New York City to be specialized in more musical styles.
After been admitted with a scholarship at The Collective School of Music, where he graduated in 2016, Luca Bertaglia had the chance to prove his 360° musicians skills playing with several artists providing his ability to play a wide variety of styles.
He had the pleasure to be interviewed and been used in The Collective advertisement on the global drum magazine ModernDrummer, and been the mail guest in European and American radio stations and TV channels.
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- Black Hole
- Outside Lines
- IM Drum Ensemble
- The Motor Tom
- GipsyJazz Project
- Courtney & The Boyz
- Astra The 22’s
- Jonathan Kalb
- Greater Liberty Temple’s Band
- The Ver Sierra
- Casserole Band
- Lady Strange
- Gadee Levy
- Nina Blue
- Barabás Lőrinc
- Opposite. He is also band-leader of three of his own projects
- Luca Bertaglia Mind Project
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Interview with Luca Bertaglia
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Rock, Pop, Progressive/Alternative-Rock, Fusion, Indie-Rock, Dance, Contemporary Jazz, Free Jazz, Soundtracks.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Using my problem-solving and musical skills in order to provide several options and results.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Whatever the song needs with the addition of my signature sound and language.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Analyzing what the client that hires me really wants and providing the perfect result with my personal touch.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: - Live Sessions - Recording Sessions - Private Lessons - Rehearsals