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Eight years old, Bram started music courses at the music school in his birth town, attending piano and percussion classes. As a teenager he played in several rockbands. After completing secondary education, he was admitted to the Antwerp Conservatory. Amongst his teachers were Erik Vermeulen and Christoph Erbstösser. After graduating for jazz piano in Antwerp he went to the Brussels Conservatory, where he graduated in 2005 for jazzcompostion and arranging.

Bram took lessons and attended masterclasses a.o. from Kenny Werner, Anthony Braxton, Gary Peacock, Mark Turner, Dave Liebman, Bill Carrotters, Bert Joris, …

Bram participated in a wide range of projects. He's mainly involved in jazz formations but doesn't limit himself to jazz. He performed as well with people from the hip hopscene like as with rockgroups.

Currently Bram plays with amongst others: Chad McCullough- Bram Weijters, Koen Nys Quintet, Hamster Axis of the one- click Panther,...

He also composes and writes arrangements for some of these bands.


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“Le piano inspiré de Bram, ça vous remue profond” ”Bram's inspired pianoplaying, touches you deeply” LeSoir

“Weijters' grace and drive, his nuanced and inexorable piano solo singing to the heavens.” All about Jazz

“There is little enough pure beauty in the world. This album adds to it without succumbing to shark-jumping cuteness.” Oregon Music News

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Residue

Bram Weijters
Urban Nightingale

What Did I Say?

What Did I Say?

Bram Weijters
Trio Plus Strings (and a...

Another Dark Ballad

Another Dark Ballad

Bram Weijters
Bram Weijters Quintet

What's Wrong

What's Wrong

Bram Weijters
Live at Studio Toots

Flow

Flow

Bram Weijters
A Late Night In Banff

Little F

Little F

Bram Weijters
Live at The Club

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