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Matthias Mueller

Matthias Müller trombone, composition, improvisation

born in zeven/germany studies at “carl-von-ossietzky” university oldenburg and at “folkwang hochschule” essen

regular appearances superimpose, the astronomical unit, trigger, splitter orchester

Collaborations albert mangelsdorff, frank gratkowski, matthias schubert, gebhard ullmann, tobias delius, jack wright, nate wooley, peter evans, michael zerang, tristan honsinger, johannes bauer, olaf rupp, rudi mahall, harri sjöström, christian marien, clayton thomas, wilbert de joode, burkhard beins, steve heather, michael thieke, chris heenan, nils ostendorf, rudi fischerlehner, michael vorfeld, christian weber, chris dahlgren, marcin dymiter, tina frank, jan klare, peter eisold, martin brandlmayr, and many others...

Festivals kaleidophon ulrichsberg, jazzfest berlin, jazzfestival leipzig, european trytone festival amsterdam, biennale of contemporary performing arts moscow, german festival in india, jazz and more festival sibiu (romania), jazzfestival iasi (romania), don chento jazzfestival kaliningrad, next wave europe, novembermusic, stranger than paranoia festival tilburg, fabrikaat rotterdam, joe-festival essen, europhonics dortmund, jazz in progress rüsselsheim, jazz in e. eberswalde, kemnade international bochum, jazzwoche hannover, jazzmeile thüringen, jazzfestival konstanz, jazzwerk ruhr, spontanous infinity festival washington dc, the new trombone philadelphia, ibeam trombone festival new york city, dance meets danse lagos (nigeria), frischzelle festival

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The Fire Throws

Insubordinations Netlabel
2012

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