b. 10 Might 1958, Cape City, South Africa. Deppa originated from a musical family members and first discovered to try out the drums. After relocating to the united kingdom in 1974, nevertheless, he turned to trumpet. This is while he was going to secondary college in London. For some time he went to music college but made the decision that what he had been taught didn’t align along with his personal musical thoughts. He remaining the institution but didn’t abandon his research, opting rather for personal tuition. Quickly, his shiny and forceful audio and his powerful musical mixing of South African customs and modern European jazz had been attracting interest. He started his professional profession as an associate of Dave Holdsworth’s quartet and in addition used a music group led by Johnny Mbizo Dyani. Since that time, Deppa has performed trumpet and flügelhorn and occasionally recorded having a rich selection of modern international jazz skill, including among many Brian Abrahams’ Region Six, drummer Tom Bancroft, Harry Beckett, Artwork Blakey, Carla Bley’s big music group, drummer Joe Gallivan, the Grand Union Orchestra, guitarist Billy Jenkins, vocalist Francine Luce, Chris McGregor’s Brotherhood Of Breathing, Miriam Makeba, Louis Moholo, Evan Parker, Courtney Pine’s Jazz Warriors, Dudu Pukwana, Dewey Redman, Archie Shepp, Andy Sheppard’s Big Co-Motion and Brief Slashes, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Gail Thompson (producing a 13-nation tour in 1995), and Steve Williamson. Deppa provides formed and network marketing leads several bands, like the African Jazz Explosion, Horns Unlimited and Five Funky Fellas. His music, dizzyingly eclectic, includes African, globe, Afro-Cuban, jazz, improvised, spirit, funk and Western european chamber music, which he has with an excellent and pungent audio.