Matthias Müller – trombone
Rieko Okuda – piano
Samuel Hall – drums
Free entry. Donations are welcome!
Eintritt frei. Um Spenden wird gebeten.
Matthias Müller was born 1971 in Zeven, Germany and started playing trombone in the local brass choir at the age of 10. His CD „Bhavan“, which was released in 2004, was produced by Chicago based musician and journalist John Corbett. In the same year he moved to Berlin and has since been regularly playing with internationally recognized improvisers such as John Edwards, Mark Sanders, George Lewis, Johannes Bauer, Jeb Bishop, Tobias Delius, Olaf Rupp, Sofia Jernberg, Eve Risser, John Butcher, Nate Wooley, Clayton Thomas, Michael Vorfeld, Axel Dörner, and many more. He is a member of the 24-piece improvising ensemble “Splitter Orchester“.
In addition, Müller is also active in the field of contemporary music and writes music for theatre and dance pieces. His playing style is characterized by an extraordinary range of unconventional and partly self-developed techniques which stretch the boundaries of sound and improvisation while staying true to the musical process.