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Bruno Schorp

Since his graduation from CNSM in 2005, Bruno Schorp explored Jazz countries and trends from Paris to Kathmandu, playing in festivals and giving concerts in Europe and Asia.

As a band leader, he was able to create and share rich emotional landscapes with his two albums, 'Eveil' and 'Into the World'. Inspiration flew from melodicists Jazz (and specifically Keith Jarret and Wayne Shorter), as well as more recent NY Jazz scene.

As a sideman, Bruno played along with Jean-Pierre Como, Laurent de Wilde, André Ceccarelli, Mokhtar Samba, Eric Séva, Nelson Veras, Anne Paceo, Khalil Chahine, Matthieu Chazarenc, Christophe Panzani, Vincent Peirani, Pierre Perchaud, Rémi Vignolo, Léonardo Montana and many more.

Awards

1st Composer award @ Concours National de la Défense 2008, Paris 3rd Soloist Award @ Concours National de la Défense 2008, Paris Graduated from CNSM (2005) & D.E.M Jazz of C.N.R Metz (2001) Graduated from C.N.R Nancy en 2000: Classical Double-bass studies Graduated from C.M.C.N Nancy in 1996: electric bass studies


Tags

Primary Instrument

Bass, acoustic

Location

Paris

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