Bruno Esrubilsky...

...was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and is currently studying at Berklee College of Music. In 2004 Bruno arrived at The Los Angeles Music Academy where he got the chance to study with great drummers such as Ralph Humphrey, Joe Porcaro, and Mike Shapiro, record with producer Philip Giffin, and play with many rock/funk and Latin music groups around California. Bruno then graduated from The LA Music Academy and began his studies with brazilian master drummer Pascoal Meirelles, becoming fluent in afro-cuban rhythms, jazz, and of course, brazilian music.

Back in Brazil after the Los Angeles experience, Bruno recorded two albums with 3STEPS and toured the country supporting both records. In 2006, Bruno toured Europe with PHONOPOP, and later on recorded actor/singer Emilio Dantas's  album entitled "Aqui, Onde Não Estou".

Since September 2007, Bruno has been at Berklee College of Music majoring in Percussion Performance and Professional Music. His experience since coming to Boston includes several concerts at the Berklee Performance Center (including playing for the Contemporary Writing Department's Concert and the Berklee Saxophone Weekend Concert among others), working in studio with master drummer John "JR" Robinson, playing at South by Southwest (Austin, TX) with Ann Driscoll and Kris Roche, recording ESTHEMA's new album (The Hereness and Nowness of Things) and brazilian singer Tais Alvarenga's self titled album. Recording and live performances also includes: Tye Zamora (bassist for Alien Ant Farm), Mark Strubler (Nashville producer/bassist), Zac Taylor, Steven Chelliah, and many recording sessions at Berklee and in the Boston area, including now Project K-Paz.