Martin Fabricius studied the vibraphone with Ed Saindon and Gary Burton at Berklee College of Music where he graduated from in 1996 with a major in film scoring. After a decade of writing music for film, Martin released his first CD, When Sharks Bite, in 2008, which by JazzNyt was hailed as one of the 10 best jazz albums to be released in Denmark that year. In 2010 Martin released the album The Speed of Why with touch-guitarist Chris Lavender. He has just released his third album, Out of the White, of which mMusic wrote: The final result is simply overall ingenious: a subtle and elegant marvel and All About Jazz gave a 5 star review
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The final result is simply overall ingenious: a subtle and elegant marvel –
Jazz that embraces you and stays with you - JazzNyt
Chamber Jazz of the finest carat
- Ib Olsen, Arbejderen (Nov 26, 2009)
Once in a while medicine can be so effective that it improves
a persons quality of live. Martin Fabricius' music is effective -
the only side effect being lots of relaxation... a dense moody
universe with a great sense of melody and feel.
- Niels Overgaard, JazzNyt (Oct 25, 2008)
The music floats with nice melodic passages that are so
enjoyable you want to listen to it over and over again....
Willing to teach
Advanced students only.
I've taught for more than a decade... and I love it!
Clinics about playing the vibraphone with expression. Main focus is on dynamics and advanced dampening