As a kid, Walter Lang was immersed in children vibrating along with his dad and grandfather’s lively accordion and piano taking part in. He joyously started his personal musical training around the piano when he was nine yrs . old. Elevated in Germany, Lang visited Boston to wait the Berklee University of Music, and returned to European countries to graduate from the Amsterdam College from the Arts. Mixing his exclusive jazz tempo with the abilities of talented close friends, Lang helped discovered the Rick Hollander Quartet. The group toured nearly constantly through the entire ’90s, covering America, Japan, and European countries many times. Among travels, they were able to create five CDs and in 1990, the quartet received the Europ’ Jazz Competition in Hoeilaart, Belgium. In this same period, Lang, as a dynamic freelance pianist, used artists such as for example Wayne Moody, Don Menza, and Chico Freeman. Like a energetic jazz designer in Munich, Germany, he caused Harald Rueschenbaum, the Jason Seizer Quartet, and Johannes Herrlich’s Collage. The city of Gersthofen, Germany, granted Lang its Designer of the entire year award in 1998, displaying its deep gratitude for his exclusive design. In 1997, Lang created his personal trio with Rick Hollander (drums) and Nic Thy (bass). Their 1st launch was Walter Lang Trio Takes on Charles Chaplin, which showcased the beloved music from the comedian. It had been co-produced with Radio DRS in Switzerland, documented in Zurich, and released by japan label Nippon Crown. Lang began the brand new millenium by documenting his Stories of 2 Towns with Ekkehard Roessle on sax, Karoline Hoefler on bass, Peter Tuscher on trumpet, and his longtime friend, Rick Hollander, on drums. The Compact disc was released around the Dual Moon label, and offered the variety of Lang’s talent a chance to express itself within the merged rhythms from the energetic South Americas as well as the traditional North Americas, plus adding well-known music from America. The effect was befitting Lang: breathtaking.