Luca Braghiroli completed his studies at the “L. Cherubini” conservatory in Florence, where he graduated in 1988 with Norino Righini. He had followed the special courses in Fiesole with Vinko Globocar and then later he also studied with Andrea Conti.
He was the principal trombone of the “Orchestra Giovanile Italiana” from 1986 to 1988. He passed an important audition at the “Teatro San Carlo” in Naples in 1988. He was the principal trombone of the “Orchestra Sinfonica di San Remo” from 1989 to 1991. He has also performed with important orchestras such as: “Orchestra della Rai”, “Orchestra Regionale Toscana”, “Teatro San Carlo” orchestra in Naples, “Orchestra G. Cantelli”, “Teatro Olimpico” orchestra in Vicenza, “Orchestra Sinfonica G. Verdi” in Milan, “Teatro Regio” orchestra in Parma and “Orchestra Filarmonica Rossini” in Pesaro. He has also performed with the “Teatro Verdi” orchestra in Pisa, under the leadership of M° Claudio Desderi, with whom he has played in prestigious theaters in Italy and in Europe.
He plays and collaborates with several famous chamber groups, including “I Sentieri Selvaggi”, with whom he has played for important concert seansons suchs as “Teatro alla Scala” and “Biennale di Venezia” ones. He is one of the founding members of the “Quattro Tromboni Italiani” quartet, with whom he has played throughout Italy. He plays also with the “Gruppo di Musica Contemporanea” of the “G. B. Martini” Conservatory in Bologna, with whom he has played Laboryntus at “Teatro Comunale” in Ferrara and at the “Aula Magna” at the “La Sapienza” University in Rome in 2021 under the leadership of M° M. Panni. He has recorded for NUOVA ERA and RTI MUSIC and he has also collaborated with Mediaset networks in audio and video recordings.
In 1990 he passed the national audition for teaching trumpet and trombone in italian conservatories. He has been a tenured teacher in italian conservatories since 1993, having taught before at the “A. Pedrollo” Conservatory in Vicenza, then at the “L. Campiani” Conservatory in Mantova. He is currently teaching trombone at the “G. B. Martini” Conservatory in Bologna, where he has founded the “G. B. Martini Brass Band”, a unique ensemble among all the schools in Emilia Romagna. He regularly holds Masterclasses in Italy and in Europe (“Conservatorio superior de musica de Jaen”).