An Artie Shaw-influenced swing-era clarinetist, Winter season formed his 1st orchestra and produced his first information in 1930s Berlin. He documented for the German-based Tempo label during Globe Battle II with such performers as Willi Berking and Meg Tevelian. Following the battle he relocated to Vienna and became an Austrian resident. Winter shaped his Vienna Dance Orchestra in 1946; the music group had great achievement performing for, amongst others, American troops through the post-war profession. The group performed a successful prolonged engagement at Vienna’s Wintergarden circa 1947-50. Like his musical model, Shaw, Winter season retired from playing jazz in the middle 1950s.