Jazz concert with the Cédric Gschwind Trio
Cédric Gschwind saxophone
Lukas Wyss, trombone
Fabian Gisler, double bass
One year later than planned, this concert can now take place. Musical life was a bit quieter during the pandemic. So each of the three musicians continued to experiment on musical ideas and on the instrument, trying to make good use of the special situation.
The paths of the instrumentalists have already crossed in different bands. However, this is the first time that they come together in this lineup.
Fabian Gisler comes from Zurich, Lukas Wyss from Bern and Cédric Gschwind from Therwil. They got to know each other in Basel, where they lived and worked for a time.
Cédric Gschwind has put together a line-up that is not common and leaves a lot of room for improvisation. Due to the absence of a harmony instrument, the music emerges from the individual lines and melodies.
For the Therwil church the musicians have written compositions that play with the spacious acoustics of a church. In addition, some earlier original compositions were adapted for the trio. In addition, there are favorite pieces and well-tried pieces from others.
One can look forward to high musical ability. Listening, interactive interaction, the effect of the music and, last but not least, the joy of playing are in the foreground for the ensemble.
Cédric Gschwind | 1985 | Saxophone
Studied at the Basel Jazz School and in Vienna. For many years he can be heard almost every Monday with the Swiss Jazz Orchestra in Bern, where he regularly meets top-class soloists. In addition, he has performed and recorded with large and small ensembles such as the Sarah Chaksad Orchestra and Pepe Lienhard.
Lukas Wyss | 1989 | Trombone |
Also studied at the Basel Jazz School. He is a welcome sideman in various formations. Among them are smaller jazz formations as well as pop bands and numerous big bands such as Kaspar Ewald's Exorbitantes Kabinett. He is also a member of the artistic direction at Basel's Bird's Eye Jazzclub.
Fabian Gisler | 1977 | Double Bass
Studied at the Swiss Jazz-School Bern. He can be heard as a popular accompanist at concerts or recordings with various jazz greats. In addition, he has successfully pushed the boundaries in jazz with his band Rusconi over many years and has also contributed to the success of bands such as Kolsimcha. In addition to his work as a sound tinkerer, he is committed to contemporary music promotion with IG Musik Basel.
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