Composer and multi-instrumentalist
(Saxophone, clarinets, flute, piano and
accordion player) whose work goes around
jazz and other creative music styles. His
original music includes certain eclecticism
and influences from classical music to rock.
He started his studies at the age of 8 and
finished his formation with his degrees in
Composition and Performance, expanding his
jazz training at several seminars and master-
classes with Perico Sambeat, Jerry Bergonzi,
Bob Mintzer, Mark Turner, Seamus Blake,
Bruce Barth, Jason Palmer, Jorge Pardo, etc.
His style has been constantly improved by the
performance of a long number of styles (
post-bop and modern jazz, fussion,
manouche, dixieland, funk, latin, flamenco,
classical, oriental, progressive rock,
mediterranean folk...) including the
performance of his own compositions, and
with his work as a session musician.
He has worked regurarly with some music
shows producers as arranger, composer, band
leader and performer, inside the field of
musical theatre and others.
Since 2019, Feltrer is the professor of
harmony and history in the jazz studies at the