Marius Neset (DK)

Marius Neset (born 2 January 1985 in Os, Hordaland) is a Norwegian jazz saxophone player and composer. In 2003 he moved to Copenhagen to study at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory. It was there that he met and studied with British keyboard virtuoso and composer Django Bates. Bates was quick to recognize the young man’s talents and Neset has been a member of Bates’ stoRMChaser big band since 2005. More recently, he has joined his former teacher’s small group Human Chain and played with the group to great acclaim at Ronnie Scott’s early in 2010.

Michael Brecker was Neset’s first influence on saxophone but he also learned a lot from Jeff Harrington, when he spent a semester at Berklee College of Music in 2002. To these early influe...

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Andreas Brantelid

Andreas Brantelid is one of Scandinavia’s leading cellists and is quickly establishing an international reputation.
Andreas made his concerto debut at the age of 14 with the Royal Danish Orchestra in Copenhagen playing the Elgar Cello Concerto. Since then he has appeared as a soloist with all the major orchestras in Scandinavia, including the recent world premiere of Rosing-Schow’s Cello Concerto with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. His concerto performances have also included the Vienna Symphony, Hamburg Symphony, Brussels Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony and Munich Chamber Orchestras. Andreas was recently a member of the BBC’s New Generation Artist scheme, playing with many of the BBC’s orchestras as well as reci...

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