Bruno meets pianist Don Friedman in the '90s, and they begin to collaborate. Several albums are recorded, and they tour in Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, Indonesia and Hong Kong. As a duo, they achieve significant success with the public and with critics.

In the ’80s and ’90s Bruno is on important stages, often performing in duets with those whom he considers his masters for guitar and harmonica: Barney Kessel e Toots Thielemans. He shares with them true friendship and a special feeling - so clear when one listens to these performances.

Big bands jazz is what Bruno likes the most. His joy and talent merge when he is invited to solo with the Jazz Class Orchestra and, later, with Enrico Intra’s Big Band and Paolo Tomelleri’s Big Band.

As mature musician, he offers talented young Italian  musicians the chance to perform with him. Proudly enough, several of them are currently famous and appreciated professionals in the international jazz scene (see “links”).



De Filippi Donation

Most of Bruno's music collection (records, music sheets, books and methods) has been donated by his family to the historical Biblioteca Sormani in Milan.

His LPs have been classified in detail; you can see and book them here.

His CDs have been classified too in the same way; you can see and book them here.

Note: you can listen to the listed records only in the library (online listening is not allowed due to copyright).