Lorenzo Ferrero - Syos

Lorenzo Ferrero

My Syos mouthpiece has the exact combination of sounds that I could ask for; a warm, deep and velvety sound, that is perfectly balanced throughout all registers, while giving me great projection and that punch and edginess when needed... It is truly amazing to have a mouthpiece that fits perfectly with your style and that can mold to your own playing. Thank you Syos for making these gems and allowing me to be part of the family!!


Born in Lima, Perú, Lorenzo Ferrero is a multi award-winning arranger, composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and social media influencer based in Los Angeles. Lorenzo began his professional music career as part of “The Snow Owl Quintet” throughout their European tour.

In 2015 he was commissioned by the Vienna University of Technology to write the opening waltz for their 200th Anniversary Ceremony. In 2016, Lorenzo moved to Los Angeles to continue with his career as a composer and performer, working with acclaimed film composers such as: Christopher Young, Thomas Chase Jones, Conrad Pope, Brent Fisher and Federico Jusid, among others. His latest film credits include multiple movies and drama series.

As a performer, he has shared the stage and toured with world renowned artists such as Alex Acuña, Nestor Torres, Eric Marienthal, Arturo Sandoval, salsa legends Gilberto Santa Rosa and Luis Enrique, with Mexican pop star Cristian Castro and Persian legend Googoosh, among others.

In 2018, Lorenzo co-founded the renowned Afro-Peruvian Jazz Orchestra. Their debut album Tradiciones, independently released in 2020, is currently nominated for Best Latin Jazz Album in the upcoming 2021 Grammy Awards. It was also nominated for Best Latin Jazz Album and earned Lorenzo the Best Arrangement Award for his rendition of “La Flor de la Canela” at the past Latin Grammy Awards.

Lorenzo's desire to give back to his community and share with those who want to learn more about Jazz and modern music has led him to become a social media influencer with over 40k followers* across the world.

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