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Martin Classen

With his own quartet / quintet he toured for over 18 years at home and abroad, including performances in France, Spain, Italy, England, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, China, USA. His international career took him in concerts and recordings with othersfollowing musicians: Albert Mangelsdorf, John Marshall, Red Mitchel, John Goldsby, Jeff Hamilton, Jerry Granelli, Beirach Richie, Billy Hart, Frank Grasso, Tony Scott, Richard Galliano, Bart v. Lier, Jan Oosthoff, Thomas Stabenow, Joe Haider, Lee Konitz,Ack van Rooien, Georg Rox, Scott Neumann, Frank Wunsch, Phillip Wilson, Horace Parlan, Sigi Busch, Martin Wind, Douglas Sides, Florian Poser, Michael Arlt, German Marstatt, Detlev Beier, Bernhard Mergner, Lis Harting, Deborah Brown, Dee Daniels, Marjorie Barnes, Dick de Graaf, Klaus Ignatzek, Gustavo mountain Alli, Buggy Braune, Sebastian Old Kamp, Dirik Schilgen, Stephan v. Wylick, Tine Schneider, Jo Krause, Fritz Kriss, Paul Shigihara, Ares Tavolazzi, Rick Hollander, Bernard Pichel, Sebastian Netta, Ingo Senst, Marc Alban Lotz, Wolfgang Ekholt, Clark Terry, Douglas Sides, and many others. Martin Classen is a regular guest at the Midland Big Band (NL), the “Timeless Orchestra. As a soloist, he was with John Clayton Big Band, the Metropole Orchestra and The Dutch Jazz Orchestra operates. Martin Classen has worked since 1983 with international jazz musicians. He studied inter alia Prof

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