Italian jazz musician and improviser Sebi Tramontana used the guitar, and the soprano saxophone before buying the trombone during his early twenties. Afterwards he relocated to Rome to review in a. Casella Conservatorio in L’Aquila; Tramontana got already documented on several Italian jazz albums (with Stefano Maltese and Mario Schiano), and got founded his very own trio by enough time he graduated in 1990. That same season, Tramontana became a member of the all-star Italian Instabile Orchestra, which features a number of the market leaders in Italian innovative jazz. Through the early ’90s, the trombonist was energetic with solo shows. In 1995, he toured European countries within pianist Georg Graewe’s quintet. The next season brought him to THE UNITED STATES to try out at several avant festivals. Furthermore to recording many albums using the Italian Instabile Orchestra, Sebi Tramontana in addition has documented duo albums with Graewe and bassist Joëlle Léandre.