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Frank Paul Schubert

Frank Paul Schubert is a saxophone player in the realms of Improvised Music and Contemporary Jazz. Born in Neuss/Germany in 1965, he began to play the saxophone self-taught in 1982, took lessons with Lajos Dudas from 1988 to 1992, studied at Musikhochschule Aachen (classical saxophone repertoire as well as jazz) with Prof. Hugo Read from 1992 to 1996, and, after a short interlude in Aschaffenburg/Bavaria, moved to Berlin in 1999. Schubert works regularly with Willi Kellers, Andreas Willers, Johannes Bauer, Matthias Müller, Uwe Oberg, Alexander von Schlippenbach and many more (more detailed list see below!)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Rogers / Olaf Rupp / Frank Paul Schubert: Three Stories About Rain Sunlight And The Soil

Read "Three Stories About Rain Sunlight And The Soil" reviewed by John Sharpe

It's always a pleasure to hear expat English bassist Paul Rogers, perhaps best known for his collaboration with reedman Paul Dunmall and the Mujician co-operative. This meeting with two stalwarts of the German improvised music scene in a Berlin studio imparts a particular delight. Guitarist Olaf Rupp boasts a healthy discography including performances with drummer Paul ...

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Live From Birmingham: Alan Wilkinson, Ari Eisinger, Manos Pa’Aribba & Paul Dunmall

Read "Live From Birmingham: Alan Wilkinson, Ari Eisinger, Manos Pa’Aribba & Paul Dunmall" reviewed by Martin Longley

Alan Wilkinson & Andrew Cheetham The Lamp Tavern September 26, 2017 The fortnightly (apart from during the low seasons) Fizzle improvised music session takes place on Tuesdays in the rear room of The Lamp Tavern, a back street public house in the old industrial hinterland of Digbeth. Much of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Hubweber, Frank Paul Schubert, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Clayton Thomas, Willi Kellers: Intricacies

Read "Intricacies" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Questo concerto del 24 febbraio 2014 al B-Flat Club di Berlino, vede la luce in un doppio CD dal titolo rappresentativo. I lunghi brani sviluppati dal quintetto evidenziano quell'intreccio di voci che è proprio della musica liberamente improvvisata, che qui si ripropone nelle forme caratteristiche dell'avanguardia europea degli anni settanta. Il quintetto è formato ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Hubweber / Frank Paul Schubert / Alexander von Schlippenbach / Clayton Thomas / Willi Kellers: Intricacies

Read "Intricacies" reviewed by John Sharpe

As titles go, Intricacies stands as one of the more appropriate. Not so much in the sense of obscurity or being difficult to understand, but rather with reference to the entanglements engendered by the ear stretching five way interplay. Recorded in the German capital's B-Flat club in early 2014 the 2 CD set captures a multi-generational ...

ARTICLE: PROFILE

Julie Sassoon: Dancing in the Shadows

Read "Julie Sassoon: Dancing in the Shadows" reviewed by Duncan Heining

It's been seven years since British pianist and composer Julie Sassoon released her first solo CD, New Life (Babel). Since then, she and her family have moved to Berlin and Sassoon has quietly established herself in Germany as an unusual and unique talent. It's been a long wait for fans but her new live album, Land ...


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