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Graduated with honors from the Musicians Institute of Technology in the USA, drummer and composer Sergio Reze returned to Brazil and built a prestigious career becoming one of the most respected and requested drummers in the music industry, performing in concerts and recordings alongside great names in Brazilian and international music such as: André Mehmari, Ivan Lins, Toninho Horta, Monica Salmaso, Paulinho da Viola, Zélia Duncan, João Bosco, Dominguinhos, Hamilton de Holanda, Orquestra Popular de Câmara, Arnaldo Antunes, Nei Matogrosso, Lenine, Chico Buarque, Edu Lobo, Flávio Venturini , Elza Soares, Arrigo Barnabé ,Ivan Vilela, Badih Assad, Zé Renato, Swami Jr., Fabiana Cozza, Ceumar, Palavra Cantada, Marco Pereira, José Miguel Wisnik, Ná Ozzetti, Marcelo Jeneci, Zé Manoel, Lívia Mattos, Luiz Tatit, Benjamim Taubkin, Tonkunstler Orchester (Austria), Antonio Arnedo (Colombia), Sônia Rubinsky , Patrick Zimmerli (USA), Carlos Aguirre (Argentina), Shoji Kaneda (Japan) , Giovanni Guidi (Italy) and many others.

His work on the drums, marked by a strong stylistic identity, was nominated for the Visa Musicians Award and has contributed to expanding the limits of the instrument through the use of new timbres and melodic elements.

Throughout his career, Sergio has participated in more than 100 albums and also on soundtracks for theater, dance and movies. He has performed in several countries such as Germany, Austria, France, USA, Spain, Portugal, England, Cuba, Argentina, Uruguay, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, New Zealand, Japan.

Recently, Sergio debuted his first project as a leader, the "Sergio Reze Falando Música Quarteto " which has been very well received by the public and has performed at Casa de Francisca, Londrina’s International Music Festival, Sorocaba Jazz Festival, Instrumental Sesc Brasil (also to be released soon as a documentary).

Sergio is endorsed of the following brands: Canopus Drums, Bosphorus Cymbals and Drum Practice Pads.

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