The Quartet

Andreas Brunn

Studied guitar and music theory at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Weimar. He won 1st prize in the guitar composition competition “Open Strings organized by the specialist magazine Akustik Gitarre with his composition “Two faces”

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Vladimir Karparov

Began studying jazz at the Academy of Music and Theatre in Hamburg, in 1999. The saxophonist has played and won praise at European, Asian and Latinamerican festivals. 

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Manuel Podhostnik

In addition to his solo work, Manuel Podhostnik has collaborated with an impressive list of international artists, including Doug Hammond, Tim Lefebvre, Marko Crncec, Jure Punk, Tadej Kampl, Roberto Badoglio and many others. This collaboration shows his ability to successfully interact with different styles of music and artists.

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Roberto Badoglio

Roberto Badoglio took private lessons at the age of 16 in France with Dominique Di Piazza and in New York with Matthew Garrison and Skuli Sverrisson. In 2005/06 he attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston. After Berklee he moved to NY City, joined the band of pop singer Adama and toured internationally with many great musicians of the New York scene, such as Louis Cato, Marko Djordjevic, Brad and Eliot Mason.

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Alaa Zouiten

As a guest on our new CD “The passing on of the fire” and at many concerts, Alaa Zouiten was born in Casablanca, Morocco. His musical career began there as a master of the oud, the Arabic lute, and led from his training at the Conservatoire National de Marrakech to becoming a sideman in the fusion band “Jbara”. He has played with the band at numerous Moroccan festivals, including the Essaouira Gnaoua Festival, the Grand Festival de Casablanca and the Mawazine in Rabat.

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