Javier Gonzalo Cánepa is an Argentinian double-bassist, pianist and trumpeter. He is part of “Trio Argentino de Contrabajos”, jointly with Adrián Fanello and Fernando Posse.
Currently, he leads the jazz free pop group "tRío lucas", with Diego Olguín and Pablo Ovejero, with which he released 7 albums independently.
In parallel, he has a duo project with the Mozambican saxophonist Paulo Alexandre Jorge, with whom he has released the CD "dois amigos". This album was presented in Portugal and Argentina.
In January 2012, he performed concerts in Porto (Portugal), accompanied by the Portuguese duo Bella Damião. During this tour, he also provided double-bass and improvisation workshops.
With tRío lucas, in June 2013, made an extensive tour in Portugal and Spain, where they gave live shows in Lisbon, Oporto, Lixa, Coimbra, San Sebastian and Madrid.
Although he has visited London twice, this is the first time playing live in this city, where he also held a concert in duo with saxophonist Spanish concert, Ricardo Tejero, July 30.