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Marius Preda

Primary Instrument: Composer/conductor

Born: June 3, 1977 | Died: June 3, 1977    

Marius Preda

In 1995 Marius began to study the vibraphone at the jazz department of the Royal Conservatory in The Haque, where he graduated with distinction and created a CD on witch for the first time the cymbal is played as a jazz instrument. In October 1998 he recorded his first CD, and in the 1999-2000 season he played together with the Dutch group Flairck and later as a soloist with the Rosenberg Trio, Vladimir Cosma, Philip Catrine, Didier Lockwood, Anne Ducros, Dorado Smith, Basily Gipsy Band, Andre Rieu & more

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Featured recording “Lations Do Oriente”

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Lations Do Oriente

Self Produced (2010)

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Primary Instrument:Composer/conductor

Location:Den Haag

Willing to teach:Advanced students only.

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Genre: Jazz, Classical, Folklore, Gipsy, Teaching Cymbalom, Vibraphone, Violin, Piano, Accordion and more
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