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Dominik Schürmann


Dominik Schürmann, born in Switzerland in 1971, took classical piano lessons as a child. At age eighteen, he began to study acoustic bass with internationally renowned Swiss bassist Isla Eckinger, and Roman Dylag from Poland. Today, Dominik is a well-rounded musician, much in demand. He is versed in all styles of jazz, as well as blues, latin music, and European dance music. He has been a member of the "Thomas Moeckel Trio" for many years. He has accompanied many well-known musicians such as Oscar Klein, David Klein, George Gruntz, Karl Ratzer, Jerome Barde, Gary Barone, Titi Winterstein, Robi Lakatos, Domenic Landolf, Luis Bonilla, Vince Benedetti, Bonnie Jeanne Taylor or Mark Hauser


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Saxophonist Mark Hauser Releases “it’s All About The Journey” on October 14th

Saxophonist Mark Hauser Releases  “it’s All About The Journey” on October 14th

The Mark Hauser Quartet’s new CD, It’s All About the Journey, will be released on October 14th. Mark Hauser (alto saxophone) presents eight of his own compositions and gives a high-energy performance with band members Marvin Trummer on piano, Dominik Schürmann on bass and Elmar Frey on percussion. The album will be played at various concerts ...


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