FATTNESS: low register

  • Performance
13. June 2022, 20:00
13. June 2022, 20:00
Donation basis 10/7
Veteranenstrasse 21
10119 Berlin

Fattness is a big band made up of all low instruments. 3 baritone saxophones, 2 trombones, tuba, 2 bassists (upright and electric) and 2 percussionists.

Leonie Freudenberger (Bariton-Saxophon)
Jeremy Woodruff (Bariton-Saxofon )
Tobias Schirmer (Bariton-Saxofon)
Nils Marquart (Posaune)
Stefan Pahlke (Tuba)
Peter Nitsch (E-Bass und Kontrabass)
Ranjit Prasad (E-Bass und Kontrabass)
Liliana Zieniawa (Drum Set und Vibraphon )
Martin Krause (Drum Set, Marimbaphon und
Orchester Schlagzeug)


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