Pop And Jazz Trio 5034

Rheinfelden, Switzerland

Pop And Jazz Trio 5034

The trio is a trio of professional jazz musicians bringing a tribute to the swinging sounds of the forties and fifties. Their repertoire of timeless and highly entertaining jazz standards is inspired by the finest female jazz singer of all time, Ella Fitzgerald. With a beautiful voice, a warm alto saxophone and a grooving double bass, they bring entertainment in style.

E. (Vocals)
At the age of 10 Eva started her singing career as a studio backing vocalist. At age 19 she began to study music, first at The Royal Flemisch Conservatory of Antwerp and later at the Jazz-Institute-Berlin. Apart from her own projects, Eva built up her reputation by working with the European Masterclass Big Band, led by Peter Herbolzheimer, as well as through her collaboration with the widely respected Belgian guitar player and songwriter Pierre Van Dormael. At the moment Eva Buchmann sings in projects like "The Jaqueline Sisters" in "The Jack Million BigBand", Lottchen, TrioPino, Vivaldi XXL, Connected To Hope.

M. (Saxes, Flute, Clarinet)
Born 1982 in Rheinfelden, Malte studied Saxophone in Berlin and The Hague with Peter Weniger and John Ruocco. He was the Lead alto player of the German national Youth Jazz orchestra (BuJazzo). After graduation he worked as a guest professor at the Universidad Javeriana in Bogota. Furthermore, he was awarded the prize for best instrumentalist at the international Jazz competition "Tremplin Jazz d'Avignon". He has had the honour to play with musicians like Al Porcino, Benny Golson, Lalo Schifrin, Ack van Rooyen, Sunday Night Orchestra, a.m.o. and performed and recorded in more than 20 countries on five continents. He's currently making his post graduate studies with a DAAD scholarship at the Royal Flemish Conservatory Brussels.

N. (doublebass)
As a child of two violinists, N.literally grew up with music. At the age of 10 he started taking classical double bass lessons. Since 2007 N.has studied jazz at The Royal Flemisch Conservatory of Antwerp where he takes courses with Piet Verbist, Benoit Vanderstraeten and Nicolas Thys. He had the honour to share the stage with Ben Sluijs, Ewout Pierreux, Steven Cassiers, Bart van Caenegem, Bram Weijters, etc