Jens Jefsen continues to be one of north Europe’s most prominent jazz bassists because the 1970s. Delivered 1946 in Bov, in the Jutland peninsula in southern Denmark, he researched to be always a piano tuner before embracing the analysis of music. In 1969, he signed up for the Royal Conservatory of Music in the town of Aarhus, learning the dual bass (aka the upright bass, as extremely distinct through the now a lot more familiar bass electric guitar). He graduated in 1973 and quickly created a following along with his personal design of playing, and continued to perform using a vast selection of music artists, both from Denmark and the ones going to from America, including Dexter Gordon, Johnny Griffin, Ben Webster, Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Clark Terry, Zoot Sims, and Al Cohn. He in addition has worked in modern jazz entering the new hundred years, collaborating with Bob Rockwell, Thomas Clausen, Alex Riel, Bob Mintzer, Jerry Bergonzi, and Lars Jansson, among many others. Aside from his executing function, he also shows bass on the Royal Conservatory’s section of nonclassical music in Aarhus, where he provides resided since 1969. By 2011, he has already established at least three CDs of his very own workout. He in addition has participated in two films, playing in Hymner og Ukrudt (1985), so that as the main topic of a brief film, Svantes Viser (2006).