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Muriel Grossmann

Primary Instrument: Saxophone

Born: September 20, 1971    

Muriel Grossmann

Austrian alto, soprano saxophonist and composer Muriel Grossmann, born in Paris, grew up in Vienna and studied barrock music on flute. Muriel Grossmann played and recorded with various rhythm and blues, funk, world music and jazz bands and artists, among them Christoph Kurzmann, Shani Ben Canar Orchestra, Hans Tschiritsch, Geri Schuller and the Original Brothers among others. Muriel Grossmann composed and performed for the film “Sued- Nord- West”.
Muriel Grossmann played in Spain, Holland, Germany, England, Ireland, Austria, Greece leading her own bands.

She recorded and performed with Joachim Kuehn, Rolf Kuehn, Wolfgang Reisinger, Christian Lillinger, Robert Landfermann, Johannes Fink, Martin Klingeberg, Mark Vinci, Molly Duncan, among others, and Muriel Grossmann Barcelona Quartet featuring Radomir Milokovic on guitar, David Marroquin on contrabass and Marko Jelaca on drums, recording and performing original compositions.

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*******************The very active saxophonist Muriel Grossmann, resident in Ibiza, returns to the arena with the same strength like in her previous albums: an brilliantly exploratory music, with spinning melodies, insightful, they advance unshaken on an explosive rhythm; an authentic shock. The detailed sound of her alto fits with mastery with the traveling phrasing of the guitarist Radomir Milojkovic, the discreet tone of bassist David Marroquin and the light attacks of the drummer Marco Jelaca. This work is a courageous proposal, tender and elegantly avantgardistic, which many would like to see touring live, but unfortunately, that is not too lavish outside the Balearic Island...

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Alto Saxophone: Conn Ladyface, 1937 Soprano Saxophone: Marc Vl, 1971
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