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Matthias Seuffert

b. 29 January 1971, Kronberg Im Taunus, nr. Frankfurt, Germany. As a kid Seuffert paid attention to traditional music and jazz. He discovered flute, after that clarinet, and was tutored by regional jazzman Reimer Von Essen. Inspired by Johnny Dodds on record and Tom Baker and Dan Barrett live, he created musically and by his mid-teens was playing skillfully. Today also playing tenor saxophone, he caused Claus Jacobi’s music group. In 1996 he documented with Keith Nichols and Bent Persson, including account from the Blue Rhythmakers. In the first 00s, Seuffert resided in the united kingdom, teaching at Trinity University of Music. In London he caused Nichols, Alan Barnes, Norman Field, Enrico Tomasso among others. With a few of these same music artists he visited the united states where these were became a member of by Vince Giordano and drummer C.H. ‘Pam’ Pameijer. In Germany in 2004, Seuffert performed concerts and documenting schedules with Nichols. He’s co-leader with Alyn Shipton from the Buck Clayton Legacy Music group. In 2006, Seuffert documented with Rossano Sportiello and Harry Allen on the Ascona celebration. Amongst others with whom he spent some time working are Jon-Erik Kellso, Eddie Locke, Trevor Richards, Frank Robertscheuten, Randy Sandke and Warren Vaché. In 2007, Seuffert became a member of the Western european Saxophone Quartet.

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