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Hilaria Kramer Hilaria Kramer

1967 - Born in Switzerland

1983 - Conservatory of Jazz in St.Gallen (CH), under the direction of Benny Bailey and Art Lande.

1985 - Member of Claudio Fasoli’s Quintet. Many concerts all over the countries of Europe with musicians like Steve Lacy, Enrico Rava, Chet Baker, Sal Nistico, Pietro Tonolo, Art Lande etc.

1988 - Jazzfestival Roccella Ionica with Gianluigi Trovesi and Paolo Damiani and its following tour.

1989 - Vienna Art Special FE & MALES, directed by Matthias Rüegg.

1990 - Member of the EBU-Big Band in St.Gerold (Austria), selected for Switzerland by the Swiss national broadcast.

1991 - Different Radio and Tv shows in Italy, concerts and projects with Luca Flores, Marylin Mazur, Bert Boeren, Peter Guidi, David Murray etc.

1995-96 - Different concerts and projects in Italy and Switzerland .

1998 - CH-New Jazz Festival sponsored by MIGROS.

1999 - Thurgovian All Stars with Roman Schwaller.Bember of” The Mario Raja Big Bang “as a trumpetplayer and substituting the singer

2000 - Recording with the M.Raja Big Bang: ”A tribute to Herbie Nichols” (unpublished), Recording for EGEA rec. Amori imperfetti.

2001- Umbria jazz;Vicenza jazzfest; etc

2003-2005 Touring with Zappatronix and different other Projects . 2007-2009 Touring with Duo Kramer Cholet and CD “ DoLuar” published by Unit Records and mainly with the female Quartet ( Kramer, Streiff,Graf,Hoefler)

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La Suite - Live!

Unit Records
2012

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Do Luar

Unit Records
2008

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