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Christoph Pepe Auer

Christoph Pepe Auer is born 1981 in Tirol/Austria. From the age of 5 he studied music. 2001 he started the university for music in Graz to study saxophon-jazz. His teachers during this time were Florian Bramböck, Karl-Heinz Miklin, Heinrich von Kalnein and Klaus Dickbauer. 2005 he has got the bachelor of arts. Christoph is now a Vienna-based saxophone player. He also got lessons from Dick Oatts, George Garzone, Donny McCaslin, Branford Marsalis, David Binney, Tony Malaby, Marcus Strickland, Jason Lindner and more. He has played with the musicians Adam Holzman (keyboard, Miles Davis Band ), Joseph Bowie as well as the Concert Jazz Orchestra Vienna


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