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Matthias Ziegler

Swiss flutist Matthias Ziegler has toured all around the globe playing a number of flutes offering alto flute, an electro-acoustically amplified contrabass flute, and his invention, the ‘Matusi-Flute,’ which incorporates a vibrating membrane. Primary flutist from the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Ziegler has already established flute concertos created for him by many composers including Switzerland’s Daniel Schnyder and NY bassist, Tag Dresser. Furthermore to executing traditional repertoire for the flute, Ziegler is normally focused on music that crosses the limitations between traditional music and jazz. He provides performed with percussionist Pierre Favre, toured with Andreas Vollenweider, and will be noticed on Dresser’s Tzadik discharge, Banquet. He’s also an associate from the “Collegium Novum Zurich,” where he spent some time working with Mauricio Kagel, Heinz Holliger and George Crumb. Ziegler is really a teacher on the Musikhochschule Winterthur Zurich, while concert travels have got brought him towards the U.S., Japan, Australia, SOUTH USA and Israel.

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