Multi-instrumentalist Gebhard Ullmann (given birth to about November 2, 1957) was raised close to Bonn, studied medicine and music in Hamburg beginning 1976, and moved to Berlin in 1983 to reside as a specialist musician. Twelve months later on, the 27-year-old was leading (and co-leading) his personal bands, liberating his 1st albums in 1985. Another few years noticed him dealing with Alexander Von Schlippenbach and Paul Bley (among numerous others) in addition to touring the center East, East Africa, Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, Turkey, Poland, Lithuania and Estonia. In 1990, he started his Ta Lam task, whose second saving brought together music artists from East and Western Berlin’s jazz and songs scenes; the recording was nominated Greatest Jazz Record of 1994 from the German Schallplattenkritik. A compilation of both Ta Lam produces (originally released on Germany’s 99 Information) premiered in 1998 from the Songlines label. Because the middle-90s, Ullmann provides split his time taken between Berlin and NY, performed in Gunter Lenz’ Springtime, and sometimes collaborated on tasks with professional Otto Sander. The finish from the ’90s discovered Ullmann playing within the Clarinet Trio, Trad Corrosion (with Phil Haynes and guitarist Andreas Willers, (a longtime collaborator), in Cellar Analysis (his group with Ellery Eskelin (afterwards changed by Tony Malaby), Drew Gress, and Haynes) and in Meeting Contact, a cooperative quartet with Michael Jefry Stevens, Joe Fonda and Matt Wilson or Han Bennink in the drums. In 2001, he started dealing with the NDR Big Music group (with Tom Rainey on drums), ultimately releasing the best Music group Task in 2004 offering agreements of his compositions by Satoko Fujii, Andy Emler among others. While documenting and touring with each one of these several tasks, Ullmann still discovered time and energy to perform with famous brands Hamid Drake, Lee Konitz, Supplement Robertson, Bulgarian get good at Ivo Papasov and Tony Buck (the Necks) amongst others while touring. 2004 noticed still even more touring with Meeting Call (today with George Schuller in the drums), the Clarinet Trio (augmented by Hans Hassler on accordion), and a fresh quintet edition of Cellar Research in addition to releases by Meeting Call, these Big Music group Project the 3rd CD from the Clarinet Trio and Desert Music & Other Scenery using the Ullmann/Swell 4 offering Barry Altschul in the drums. 2005 was a landmark calendar year for Gebhard Ullmann, celebrating twenty years since his initial discharge and debuting a fresh task: Bass X3 with Peter Herbert and Chris Dahlgren on basses and Ullmann on bass flute and bass clarinet.