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Till Brönner


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Till Brönner born May 6, 1971 in Viersen, is a German jazz musician, trumpet player, singer, composer, arranger and producer.
Brönner has a unique jazz approach influenced by bebop and fusion jazz, but also modern pop music, movie soundtracks, and country music. His trumpet playing is primarily inspired by the listening experiences of Freddie Hubbard and Chet Baker.

Till was raised in Rome and received classical trumpet education at the Jesuit boarding school Aloisiuskolleg followed by a study of the jazz trumpet at the music academy in Cologne.

* 1989 - 1991: Member of the Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination & Brass.
* 1991 - 1998: At the age of only 20 he became solo trumpet player of the renowned RIAS Big Band Berlin under Horst Jankowski and Jiggs Whigham.
* 1993: First solo album “Generations of Jazz” (with Ray Brown, Jeff Hamilton, Frank Chastenier and Gregoire Peters) which won several awards: “Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik” and “Preis der Deutschen Plattenindustrie”. Brönner worked with a lot of musicians of international fame such as Dave Brubeck, James Moody, Monty Alexander, Aki Takase, Joachim Kühn, Chaka Khan, Natalie Cole, Tony Bennett, Ray Brown, Johnny Griffin, Ernie Watts, Klaus Doldinger, Nils Landgren, Al Foster and others.
* 1998: First album on Verve (“Love”) with his first appearance as a jazz singer. Concert tours in Japan and a Gold Disc Award by the Japanese “Swing Journal”.


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