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Nicole Johänntgen

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Alto and Soprano – Saxophonist Nicole Johänntgen has played with stars like Daniel Powter (Bad day), Roger Cicero, Eric Harland, Aaron Parks, Nils Landgren, Piet Klocke and is currently on CD-release tour with Scandinavian singer Cæcilie Norby. She has recorded and released 17 albums to date in the jazz genre with influences from classical music, film music and funk. She tours with her bands throughout Europe and is invited internationally as a soloist. After successfully completing her studies in jazz and popular music at the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences and the Masters Class in Stroudsburg, USA, under the direction of Dave Liebman, she is now deepening her knowledge in the field of musicology at the University of Zurich

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Article: Live Review

A to JazZ Talks 2019: The Road To International Stage

Read "A to JazZ Talks 2019: The Road To International Stage" reviewed by Ian Patterson


A to JazZ Talks: The Road To International Stage Literature Club Peroto National Palace of Culture Sofia, Bulgaria July 5, 2019 For the majority of young musicians, the very notion of pursuing a career in music can be daunting, to say the least. Admittedly, it is perhaps easier than ever ...

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Henry II

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: I’m Feeling Dank; Nachtspaziergang; Good Morning New Orleans; Ghostbusters; Tanzbär; Henry X; Sweet and Honest; One More Piece of Chocolate.

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Article: Album Review

Nicole Johänntgen: Henry II

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Two years on from Henry (Self-Produced, 2016), a pulsating set of contemporary tunes in the New Orleans brass band tradition, Nicole Johänntgen is once again bitten by the Nawlins bug on this vibrant follow-up. The Zurich-based German saxophonist is joined, as before, by trombonist Jon Ramm, drummer Paul Thibodeaux and sousaphone player Steven Glenn—their collective claws ...

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Henry

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Henry; Oh Yes My Friend; Nola; Slowly; The Kids From New Orleans; They Missed Love; Take The Steam Train.

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Article: Interview

Nicole Johänntgen: Henry And The Free Bird

Read "Nicole Johänntgen: Henry And The Free Bird" reviewed by Ian Patterson


In Richard Bach's book Jonathon Livingston Seagull (Macmillan 1970), the tale of a seagull with a passion for flight and freedom, there is a line that goes: “Don't believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding. Find out what you already know and you will see the way ...

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Sisters in Jazz

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016

Article: Interview

7 Virtual Jazz Club, i talenti di tutto il mondo si sfidano in rete

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Lo scorso 19 dicembre si è concluso 7 Virtual Jazz Club, il primo concorso internazionale per musicisti interamente on line. Un contest virtuale che ha visto la partecipazione di centinaia di musicisti da tutto il mondo in cui è risultata vincitrice la sassofonista tedesca Nicole Johaenntgen con il brano “Flugmodus," al secondo posto la giovane band ...

Article: Multiple Reviews

Nicole Johänntgen: Moncaup - Sisters in Jazz

Read "Nicole Johänntgen: Moncaup - Sisters in Jazz" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Nata in Germania 35 anni fa, Nicole Johaenntgen vive a Zurigo dal 2005 dove ha svolto gran parte della sua attività professionale. Nel suo stile la massima influenza viene da Dave Liebman, di cui è stata allieva, e tramite questi da John Coltrane. S'esprime di preferenza al sax soprano, con uno stile cantabile e un suono ...

Album

Moncaup

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015


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