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Matthias Broede

Matthias Bröde, born in Karlsruhe, Germany, is a composer, improviser, jazz harmonicist and pianist. NEWS: THREE NEW ALBUMS WITH THREE DIFFERENT LINE UPS ARE RECENTLEY RECORDED AND READY TO BE PUBLISHED !!! 1.) January 2020: Recording-session with Berlin piano master Rolf Langhans for a harmonica/piano duo album, mainly playing jazz originals & standards; 2.) February 2020: The Berlin based BROEDE-SCHIRMER-UNIT recorded an album with all new compositions by Matthias Broede in Berlin @Tito's Zentrifuge, the real unique studio in Berlin-Wedding; with Bernd Oezsevim - dr, Jan Roder - bass, Tobias Schirmer - clarinets, Matthias Broede- harmonica, piano. 3.) November 2020: The Cologne based BROEDE-SCHICKENTANZ-QUARTET recorded a new album at Topaz-Studio in Cologne; Compositions by M.Broede & Andreas Schickentanz - trombone, Volker heinze - bass, Roland Hoeppner - drums.

From 1983-1990 he lived in Dusseldorf than moved to Cologne. He worked with Wolfgang Engstfeld, Claudio Puntin, Norbert Gottschalk , Peter Weniger, SDR–Big-Band , Michel Herr , Hubert Nuss , Paul Heller , Robert Landfermann, Christopher Dell , Oliver Potratz , Kalle Kalima, Jan Roder , Roland Höppner , Volker Heinze, Ralph Beerkircher, Martin Sasse, Johannes Fink , Michael Kersting , Joachim Schoenecker, Peter Weiss and Brasilian Singer Rosani Reis .

Matthias Bröde has recorded with the Norbert Gottschalk Band “Two Sessions” (Dr.Jazz Records,1993) and “Light Weight Sight” (Dr.Jazz Records,1988) which won an award from the “Deutsche Schallplatten Kritik” , with the Axel Fischbacher Group “Moods” (Blue Flame,1989) and “Spots From The Academy” (Dr.Jazz Records,1994) and with Othella Dallas a Live-CD at the Stadtgarten Cologne “Fever For Bluesy Jazz” (Mons Records,1995) .

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About the CD “Instinct to Play” by BRÖDE-VIER: REINER KOBE in Jazzpodium 07/2013: “BRÖDE, who is this years winner of the WDR Jazz award, is a MASTER on the harmonica .”

About the CD “From East to West: Strange Beauty of the World“ by the MATTHIAS BRÖDE CHAMBER TRIO: David Liebman: “This is a very interesting and different approach to using the harmonica in jazz. With a giant like Toots around, it is hard to escape the shadow but Matthias has accomplished that admirably on this recording.”

Toots Thielemans: “The world of Matthias Bröde – schooled musician pianist composer harmonica virtuoso

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Primary Instrument

Harmonica

Location

Berlin

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced

Credentials/Background

I'm able to give lessons for piano (jazzpiano as well as classical piano), chromatic harmonica, diatonic harmonica and improvisation. These lessons can be given in German, English or Spanish. I already taught jazz piano at the University of Duisburg and at the Jazz Haus Schule in Cologne(Germany). I also worked for some time as a guest teacher at the jazz college in Arnhem(Holland). For about ten years I taught Piano at the Music School in Wipperfürth(Germany) and gave privat lessons for harmonica & piano in Barcelona.

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Where is Wedding ?

Unit Records
2017

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Instinct to Play

Jazzwerkstatt Berlin-brandenburg E.v.
2013

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Space Between...

Quadrant Records
2011

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https://soundcloud.com/broede-musik/albums

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