Nikolaus Neuser

Nikolaus Neuser - German trumpeter and composer - GAM Music

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trumpet, flugelhorn

Germany

Nikolaus Neuser is a German jazz trumpeter, improviser and composer, who studied at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen with Uli Beckerhoff and lives in Berlin.

His main interest lies in the border areas between jazz, free improvisation, contemporary music and trans-disciplinary projects.

In addition to his own projects such as his quintet, the duo noiserkroiser and the collaborative trio I Am Three, Nikolaus Neuser currently works with Silke Eberhard, Kevin Shea, Matt Mottel, Matana Roberts, Andreas Willers among others.

He can be heard on over 70 CDs and records, as well as numerous radio productions, including recordings that have been awarded the “Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik” or the “ECHO”.

He has played with Matthew Herbert, Tyshawn Sorey, Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Herb Geller, Benny Bailey among others, and has toured on behalf of the Goethe Institute in Asia, the USA, Europe as well as in Colombia, where he taught as a guest professor in Bogotá.
Nikolaus Neuser was artist in residence at Zico House Beirut, Lebanon, fellow of Art OMI music, Ghent, NY, USA, and most recently artist in residence at Villa Waldberta at Lake Starnberg.

“Nikolaus Neuser’s music is based on contemporary avant-garde jazz which is frequently related to modern jazz and contemporary academical music. Drive, expression, stunning experiments, research of strange tunes, expansion of technical abilities bring huge range of colors to his improvisations.”
(avant scena, 2019)

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Album Songs of Berlin - Berlin Jazz Orchestra feat. Marc Secara - GAM Music

New Release! – Songs of Berlin – in our store and on all digital platforms now!

In a collaboration with American arranger and producer JACK COOPER and American trombone legend JIGGS WHIGHAM, the BERLIN JAZZ ORCHESTRA feat. MARC SECARA presents all hues of contemporary Big Band Sound.
Revisiting many classic songs written about the city of Berlin, they pay tribute in an intimate yet extraordinarily energetic way to this multi-faceted and historically charged city, their city.