Marc Ferrer


He started playing the piano at the age of 5 and studied piano and music theory at the Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona. From a very young age, he starts being interested in Blues and Jazz. After being in various formations, in 1996 he became part of the Chevy & the Hot Wheels group, now refounded as The Big Jamboree.

Since 2015 he has led his personal project, the Marc Ferrer Trio, with which he has released seven albums and performs in various venues and festivals.

He has also been part of The Big 3, Velvet Candles, Big5 and has collaborated with musicians such as Big Dani Pérez, Agustí Burriel, Pau Ruiz, Oliver Rocque, Victor Puertas, Pedro Rio, Oriol Romero, Benoît Poinsot, Laia Porta, Matthew Simon, Artur Regada, Marian Barahona, Ricardo Gili, Benoit Pointsot, Oriol Romero, Paul Evans, Gianni Gagliardi, The Limboos, Johnny Big Stone and international artists such as Dale Hawkins (composer of the mythical song “Suzy Q”), Barrence Whitefield, Roddy Jackson , The Extraordinaires, Aisha Khan, Tommy Hunt, Drew Davies, Jay Siegel and J.D. McPherson.

He has performed in various venues, including La Boîte, Jamboree, Beluna Jazz Club, Nova Jazz Cava, Honky Tonk Blues Bar, Jazz Club La Guitarra, Milano Cocktail Bar, La Pedrera, Marula, Casa Fuster, El Sol Madrid, Half Note Jazz Club of Athens among others.

He has also performed at various festivals, highlighting the Barcelona Blues Festival, Cerdanyola Blues Festival, Terrassa Jazz Festival, Andorra Jazz Festival, Santa Blues de Tenerife, Crossroads Gijón, Jingle Bell Rock (Alicante), R&R Festival Paris, Country Rock Toulouse, Rock & Roll Festival Attignat (Fanza), Jazz Cittaducale (Rome), Moondogs (Ravenna), Hemsby (United Kingdom), Rythm’ Riot (United Kingdom), Benicássim Blues Festival among others.

For three years he has been part of the faculty of the Escola de Blues de Barcelona.
Recently he has appeared in the TV3 programs Ritmes y Blues in the studio and Cava de Blues.
He currently combines live music with teaching and music production.