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Markus Strothmann

Markus Strothmann is a jazz drummer by heart, who also likes to play various other styles. He is currently involved in several musical projects of various natures, resulting into gigs at high profiled jazz occasions such as “WDR Jazznacht” as well as “Wacken” in one and the same year. He teaches at the Artez Conservatory of Music in Enschede the Netherlands, as well as two German music schools. Even during his studies at the Artez Conservatory of Music in Enschede, which he completed with the degree “Master of Music”, Markus Strothmann was able to establish himself as a recognized personality within the European jazz scene. He was able to initiate his career as a jazz musician 2009 with his own concert series “Markus Strothmann meets…”, in which he met European jazz personalities such as Nippy Noya, Norbert Gottschalk, Bart van Lier and many more on stage. His project “Transitions Organ Duo”, a Hammond/Drum duo with Dutch organist John Hondorp, does not only continue work with renown guest soloists

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Amethyst at McHughs, Belfast

Read "Amethyst at McHughs, Belfast" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Amethyst McHughs Belfast, N. Ireland August 10, 2016 With an increasing number of talented Northern Irish jazz musicians recording and gigging both home and abroad, jazz is this corner of the world seems to be in fairly robust health. Add to that Belfast's own jazz festival of international standing, Brilliant ...


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