Romy Brideseth

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Romy Brauteseth (* 1989 in Port Elizabeth ) is a South African jazz musician ( double bass ).

Live and act

Brauteseth grew up in a musical family and initially learned the piano and guitar. She played bass guitar in the Victoria Park High School Big Band . She later studied graphic design at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and played bass guitar in various bands. In 2005 she was inducted into the National Schools' Jazz Band ; since 2010 she has been a member of the National Youth Jazz Band of South Africa. In 2011 she switched to the double bass and completed an instrumental course at the University of Cape Town . She worked with Nomfundo Xaluva and the guitarist Reza Khota as well as with Feya Faku and with Marcus Wyatt , with whose Language 12 she also recorded; a live album was made in Basel with the trio of Ewout Pierreux and Wyatt. She also performed with Melanie Scholtz, Kesivan Naidoo , Andre Petersen and Kyle Shepherd . She toured Europe with the trio of Bokani Dyer , with whom she also released the album Neo Native (2018). She can also be heard on albums by Andreas Loven, Mabuta and Skyjack .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b c short biography
  2. Bokani Dyer Trio | JazzPodium Amersfoort
  3. Sensational Feya Faku in Gugs
  4. ^ Small World South Africa Tour
  5. Meeting (AllAboutJazz)
  6. Meeting (JazzThing)