Rainer Brüninghaus

Rainer Bruninghaus, a German jazz composer and pianist, was born 21 November 1949 in Bad Pyrmont (Lower Saxony). Bruninghaus was born in Bad Pyrmont in Germany. He began his career in the jazz band Eiliff. He joined the German jazz guitarist Volker Kriegel’s band in 1973. He formed Colours in 1975 with Charlie Mariano and bassist EberhardWeber. Heinz Sauer employed him as a pianist in 1978 for his collaboration at the Frankfurt Jazz Festival with George Adams, and Archie Shepp. He worked on his own projects in the 1980s, such as Freigeweht, Continuum, Markus Stockhausen, and Shadows.

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