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(in english)

 

Johannes Schaedlich

(born in 1957; Bad Sachsa/Germany) is bassist (on both double bass and electric), composer and teacher; professionally working since the early 1980 years.

 

- 1964 first lessons on violin; picked up the electric bass in 1972.
- Since 1978 studies and workshops a. o. with Adelhard Roidinger, Peter Bockius, Sigi Busch, Arild Andersen, Paul Imm.
- Classical studies at Musikhochschule in Karlsruhe and Mannheim (commencing in 1980),
Jazz studies with Sigi Busch at Musikhochschule in Hamburg (commencing in 1982).

 

- Worked with (since around 1982) Lee Konitz, Peter Erskine, Enrico Pieranunzi, Bobby Shew, Adam Nussbaum, Hal Galper, Doug Raney, Duško Gojković, Tony Lakatos, Bob Degen, Keith Copeland, Louis Stewart, Glenn Miller Big Band NL, Cécile Verny, Bill Ramsey, Pony Poindexter, Peter Kosch, Joe Haider, Wolfgang Lauth, Jochen Brauer, Kuba Stankiewicz, Zbigniew Namyslowski, John Stowell, Wolfgang Engstfeld, Francois Chassagnitte, Habib Koité, Toumani Diabaté, Artur Dudkiewicz, Joe Gallardo, Ernie Hammes, Sandy Patton, Greetje Kauffeld, Lauren Newton, Özay, Maria Joao and many others.
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- Recorded with Lee Konitz (CD-Productions after Tours `94 und `95), Peter Erskine (Lucas Heidepriem Trio 2015), Hal Galper, Janusz Stefanski, Bobby Shew, Freddy Santiago, Wolfgang Lauth, „City West Quartet“ (Switzerland), Doug Raney, Keith Copeland, Christian Eckert, Anke Helfrich, Nicole Metzger, Christoph Mudrich, Uli Partheil, Lulo Reinhardt, Lucas Heidepriem, Marc Mangen (see also "Discography").

 

- Appeared on festivals in San Sebastian, Luzern, Wien, Pisa, Heidelberg, Leverkusen, Vannes (Frankreich), Mannheim, St. Ingbert and many others.

 

- Toured USA, France, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, 1991 Tour to Russia and Kyrgyzstan. Toured 2003 for Goethe-Institute through eight West African Countries (from Senegal to Cameroon) with various bands. 2005 Vietnam-Tour.

 

- „Best Foreign Band“-Award at the „New-Generation-Musicians Competition“ on the „JAZZALDIA“-Festival San Sebastian in 1987 (Spain)

„Outstanding Musicians Award“ at „International Jazz Workshop“ Trier
(Germany)

Award Winner at the „Jazz Soloist Competition Rheinland-Pfalz (Germany)“ 1998

 

Theater/Vaudeville/Movie: 1996-1998 involvement in the house band of the "Variete Pegasus" Bensheim.
Musical productions at the Staatstheater Mainz and at the National Theatre Mannheim ("Linie 1" 1986/87, "Evita" 2001/02), various other productions of "Schlossfestspiele Ettlingen".
2001 Participation in and contribution to the music documentary "Mannheim-New York" by Elke Baur (Tiger TV) /

 

- Since 1995 temporarily teaching double bass and electric bass at the Musikhochschule Mannheim (Jazz-Departement).

- teacher for double bass and electric at the local music school Weinheim/Bergstrasse 1996 - 2003.

- Lecturer on Workshops in Poland, the Czech Republic and in Germany

 

- Member of Jury at Jazz Competitions of German Federal States Rheinland/Pfalz and Hessen.

 

Johannes Schaedlich grew up in Goslar, lived since 1976 in Brunswick, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, Hamburg, Mannheim and since 1992 in Frankenthal/Pfalz.


(see also: Wikipedia/Johannes_Schaedlich)

 

Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.
Victor Hugo (1802 - 1885)

 

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