Rémy Yulzari is reinventing the role of the double bass in solo and collaborative settings in a wide range of musical styles from a very broad geographical and historical spectrum. Strongly committed to
inventing a personal style that features improvisation and creativity, he also frequently performs on the accordion, melodica, and piano.
Mr. Yulzari has performed in some of the most important concert halls worldwide. He is a founding member of several ensembles dedicated to various musical genres, including chamber music, gypsy-jazz, Klezmer, and Spanish/Latin music.
Born in Dôle, France, Mr. Yulzari began studying music on his own at age 11. He studied accordion, violin, piano, composition, and musical analysis in France while in high school. At age 18 he began his studies on the double bass at the Lyon Conservatoire. He was awarded a
?Premier Prix? in double bass from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris. On double bass, he has worked with Eugene Levinson, Bernard Cazauran, Thomas Martin, Bozo Paradzik, and Tony Araque. He also studied orchestration with Guillaume Connesson,
composition with Alain Weber, and conducting with Nicolas Brochot.
Mr. Yulzari also earned a master of education (Certificat d?Aptitude).
He has been invited to teach master classes for double bass, chamber music, and Klezmer music in Japan, Turkey and throughout France. He plays a custom-designed double bass made by French luthier, Patrick Charton.