Triosence, a German jazz band, was founded in 1999. Bernhard Schuler (piano), Matthias Nowak on bass (bass) u0026 Stephan Emig on drums are the members. It is one of Germany’s most popular jazz bands and has won numerous awards, including the “Jugend jazzt” national jazz competition, the “1st Ostsee Jazz Festival Prize”, as well as a CD recording contract with German radio station “Deutschlandfunk”. Their first CD, “First Enchantment” was nominated for the “Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik”. The second CD, “Away for a While”, remained in the German International Jazz Charts for more than 6 months. It’s also very popular in Japan. After a few weeks, the first CD was gone. The first CD was sold out after a few weeks. Bernhard Schuler was born in Kassel, Germany on September 19, 1979. He began his musical career at the age of seven years old while learning to play the piano. As a teenager, he started to write his own music. He founded his first music group in 1996. He was also a bandleader, saxophonist and composer. He had already won the “Jugend jazzt”, a competition he co-founded with Triosence in 1996. In 1999, he also won it by himself. He had received an advancement for soloists in 1999 for the art of playing the piano, and won the 2000 soloist competition. He studied music at Colonia’s “Musikhochschule Koln” from 1999 to 2004. Stephan Emig was born in Kassel (Germany) on January 7, 1976. He was 13 years old when he took his first steps on the drums. His musical form was realized at the Modern Music School, Giessen (Germany), and he walked to Los Angeles (California), to the Music Academy. He has been a professional drummer since 1998. Matthias Akeo Nowak was a Berlin native, born in 1976. He studied jazz and music for orchestras at the University for Music and Art, Mannheim and Detmold. He was a member of the Jungen Osterreichischen Philharmonie and the German Philharmonic Orchestra’s “Jungen Deutschen Philharmonie”. He was a collaborator with John Ruocco and Jurgen Friedrich, Rudi Mahall and Christopher Dell sowie Oliver Leicht. He has also made many trips to Germany, France and Italy, as well as to Albania, the USA, and France. from

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