Peter de Reyna - Electric and Upright Bass
Pete is a lifelong devotee to the craft of musicianship. With a love for the diverse and beautiful, he has spent every moment mastering the many various styles of music that have crossed his path. As an upright bassist, Pete specializes in all idioms of the Jazz language and particularly Manouche/Gypsy Jazz. With a bachelor's degree from Berklee College of Music focused primarily on upright bass training, he has found himself studying and working with prolific musicians, as well as songwriters and orchestras.
During his time at Berklee College of Music, Peter studied under legendary bass players Bruce Gertz, Susan Hagen (of the Boston Symphony), Oscar Stagnaro, Anthony Vitti, and Victor Wooten. He graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor's Degree in Professional Music with concentrations in Upright Bass Performance and Music Business. Upon his graduation, Peter played bass for the 2019 Berklee Commencement concert featuring Justin Timberlake, Missy Elliot, and Alex Lacamoire.
He attributes his highest set of skills to that of the overarching genre of Metal. As a member and primary contributor to countless projects and collaborations, he is considered a master and integral piece of the genre's future. With fluency and a hunger to push musical limits, he performs live in countless musical settings as an electric bassist.
Pete also works within the industry as the guiding force behind De Reyna Artist Management.
In his spare time, Pete loves winter mountaineering, reading, and conversation.
- Master & Commander
- Blues Brothers
- Lord of the Rings extended trilogy
- Castlevania series
- Interview With The Vampire
- Cormac McCarthy - The Road
- David Morrell - Murder As A Fine Art
- H.G. Wells - anything
- J.R.R. Tolkien - anything
- Oscar Wilde - The Picture of Dorian Gray
- Motörhead - USA 2012
- Consider the Source - Strange Creek 2015
- Obscura - 2015
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- SoBe - Daiquiri flavour
- Any French Cuisine
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