Hamza Zeramdini, born on July 22, 1987 in Tunis, develops an early passion for music and the guitar. While playing mainly the guitar along with the bass guitar, he obtains his undergraduate degree in business management from the IHEC Carthage and undertakes musical studies at the National Conservatory of Tunis. His love for the classic guitar gives way to a love for jazz which he discovers at the Couleurs Jazz Festival at the Arab and Mediterranean music center Ennejma Ezzahra (Le Baron D’Erlanger). At the Baron D’Erlanger, numerous classes, trainings and workshops have allowed Hamza to become familiar with harmony, musical composition, music writing as well as new techniques for guitar playing. Hamza has been an active player in the Tunisian Jazz scene ever since, playing with internationally renowned artists: Fabrice Allemane, Pierre Vaiana, Jean-Louis Rassinfosse, Fawzi Chekili… He is representative of the successful, talented first generation of young musicians trained at the Ennejma Ezzahra jazz school founded thanks to a Tunisian-Belgian cooperation. The young musician has participated in various international music training programs and played in several local and international festivals such as the Hammamet Festival, The Carthage Festival, Musiquât (Tunisia), Dima Jazz (Algeria), The World Shakespeare Festival in 2012 (England) and East Meets West (Germany). He has additionally played in several projects such as Kesang Marstrand’s Band, Jawhar Basti’s Band, Tunisologie, A Bloody History (a play) and worked closely with renowned local and international artists like jazz musician Fawzi Chekili and jazz singer Alia Sellami. In 2012, he embarks on his own project: The Sound Painting Project. He is also a founding member of the association Jazz Club de Tunis which has been promoting jazz and live music in Tunisia since 2011.