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Konrad Conny Bauer (born 4th July, 1943 in Halle an der Saale) began to play guitar at 16 after his family had moved to the Thuringian town of Sonneberg in 1957. In various amateur dance bands he went on to also play trumpet, alto saxophone, drums and bass guitar, as well as singing, performing then current Schlager tunes. His first formal tuition came in 1962 under Hans Baake, learning trombone. Between 1964 and ’68 Conny Bauer studied trombone at the ‘Carl Maria von Weber’ college of music under Willi Baumgärtel and Alouis Bambula. In 1970 he continued his studies in Berlin under the tutelage of Gerhard Lemke.
Since 1973 he has continued to explore and experiment with this instrument, continually developing new worlds of sound for himself and his audiences.
Conny Bauer has played as soloist and (amongst others) as a member of the following orchestras and ensembles:
* Graham Collier Big Band
* London Jazz Composers Orchestra
* NDR Big Band
* European Jazz Ensemble
* Joachim Kühn- Jubilee Band
* Creative Music Orchestra USA / Canada
* East Asia Orchestra Japan
* Globe Unity Orchestra Conny Bauer has created musical projects with such notable players as:
* Peter Brötzmann, Fred van Hove, Han Bennink, Derec Bayley
* Butch Morris, Micha Mengelberg, Antony Braxton, George Lewis
* Alexander von Schlippenbach, Tony Oxlay, Jon Rose, Barry Guy
* Peter Kowald, Louis Moholo, Maggie Nickols, E
by Maurice Hogue
A little Finnish" to start? Why not? Some fine bands from Suomi kick off this episode, with the fine saxophonist Jorma Tapio and his trio, Kaski, leading the way from their new release Aliseen. Tapio and mates use the folk music of Finland as the basis for their intriguing improvisations. After that you'll hear two newer ...
by Martin Longley
Moers Festival Eventhalle Moers Germany May 29-June 1, 2020 Under the lockdown, this year's Moers Festival wasn't able to welcome its accustomed audience in the flesh, but artistic director Tim Isfort refused to cancel or postpone, instead opting to livestream the entire four-day proceedings, with artists ...
by Duncan Heining
The Nine Dances of Patrick O'Gonogon is a solid gold delight. I have no idea, who Paddy O'Gonogon is or even if he exists outside the minds of Keith Tippett and Julie Tippett but I'd love to have a drink or eight with him. Seems like he knows how to have a good time.
by Luigi Sforza
Animatore musicale della cosiddetta scena musicale creativa ed improvvista europea sin dagli anni Settanta, il pianista e polistrumentista austriaco Dieter Glawischnig --che vanta numerose collaborazioni, tra gli altri con Anthony Braxton, Karl Berger, Albert Mangelsdorff, John Surman e Conny Bauer--documenta in Winged by Distance (Live at Theatre Gutersloh) un'esibizione improntata al qui ed ora," in cui ...
by Eyal Hareuveni
William Thomson, better known as Lord Kelvin (1824-1907), was a Scottish physicist, engineer and inventor who defined absolute zero--the theoretical absence of all thermal energy. The musical incarnation of Lord Kelvin comes from Norway--certainly a cold place on the globe--its three members meeting while attending the famous Trondheim Conservatory. Like its debut, (Dances in the Smoke ...