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Christian Muenchinger

Saxophonist Christian Muenchinger was born in Zurich in 1969. He studied first at the Jazz School of Zurich and changed later to Bern, where he received his diploma. He has studied with Andy Scherrer and has participated in workshops with Joe Lovano, Jerry Bergonzi, David Liebman, Billy Brooks and Joe Haider. The saxophonist has played with several well known musicians like Clark Terry, George Robert, Jimmy Woode, Barry Finerty, John Engels, Franco Ambrosetti, George Gruntz as well as with vocalist Sandy Patton. He was a member of the SJS Big Band, with whom he has performed at Birdland in New York and at the "Blues Alley" in Washington DC

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Roberto Magris & The Europlane Orchestra: Current Views

Read "Current Views" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Italian pianist Roberto Magris--originally from Trieste--has been a busy artist of late, having both recorded and produced seven albums in the past five years, including Current Views , a selection of live recordings made in Italy from 2001 to 2003. This album finds Magris with The Europlane Orchestra, a group he founded in 1998 as a ...


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