Lars Lindvall was born 1962 in Eksjö/Schweden. He started to play trumpet and piano at the age of 8. During his teens he played in several bigbands and combos as well as in an orchestra and it became apparent that music will play an important role in his life. He studied music in Graz/Austria and graduated in 1989 receiving an award from the cultural department in Vienna.
In the following years Lars played as a professional musician all over Europe. He received a schoolarship from the Berklee School of Music where he had the opportunity to study with Herb Pomeroy, Hal Crook, Greg Hopkins and Bob Freeman. In 1992 he graduated from Berklee and received the Clark Terry and Quincy Jones Award. He has worked with Bobby McFerrin, Mel Lewis, Jay Clayton, Adelhard Roidinger, Nouvelle Cuisine, X-tra, Experimenti Berlin and many more.