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Ori Jacobsen – ts (Israel)
Giacomo Tagliavia – b (Italy)
Julian Fau – dr (Germany)
Ramiro Olaciregui - guit, comp (Argentina)

Argentinian born guitarist Ramiro Olaciregui, currently resides in Berlin and is quickly making a name for himself among the European Jazz community. Olaciregui obtained his BA Degree from Berklee College of Music, Boston, in 2006. Afterwards he moved to New York City. Both in Boston and New York, Ramiro collaborated with some of the strongest names in Jazz today, such as Jimmy Heath, Bob Mintzer, George Garzone, Seamus Blake, Chris Tordini, Tom Kennedy, & John Escreet. Here he also recorded his Debut Album "The Remains". Currently Ramiro resides in Berlin where he obtained his MA in Jazz Arrangement & Composition in 2022 from the Jazz Institute Berlin. For the past 10 years Olaciregui has participated in festivals around the world both as a sideman and leader, some include (IAJE) Festival - New York, Mira Jazz Fest - Argentina, Ecuador Jazz Fest, jazzopen stuttgart - Germany.

Tel Aviv born and Berlin based, Ori Jacobsen has played alongside Esperanza Spalding (Four Grammy Awards winner), Terri Lyne Carrington (Two Grammy Awards winner), Susana Baca (Latin Grammy winner) and performed on world renown stages such as North Sea Jazz Festival, Montreux Jazz Festival, Beacon Theater and Agganis Arena to name a few. Ori is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Berklee College of Music for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Global Jazz Institute lead by Danilo Perez, awarded a full tuition scholarship for both degrees for outstanding jazz and saxophone performance. During his time in Berklee he studied closely with some of the most dominant saxophone voices of today's jazz scene: Joe Lovano, George Garzone and David Liebman. Currently he is leading his own Ori Jacobson Quartet and playing alongside Doug Weiss Quartet, Luis Bonilla Quintet, Abase, Ina Forsman, AŸA among others.

Giacomo Tagliavia is a Sicilian bassist and composer based in Berlin, Germany. Giacomo’s primary influences and inspiration have derived from Jazz and Classical music, but he performs in a variety of contexts and a wide range of genres including Rock, RnB, Electronic and Afrobeat. Giacomo entered the Italian Dictionary of Jazz in 2014, written by music journalist Flavio Caprera. His playing aesthetic has influences from both traditional and modern European Jazz, focused on both the rhythmic and melodic aspects of these two styles. Giacomo is an alumnus of the City College of New York and the Global Jazz Institute at Berklee. Being from a land of several cultures such as Sicily, he is researching into the melting pot of traditions that has dominated the island and brought their music during the past centuries.

Julian Fau studied jazz drums at the Conservatory of Nuremberg and Amsterdam with Martijn Vink, Marcel Serierce, Hannes Nied and H.G. Brodmann. He won three times the “Bruno-Rother-Jazz-Competition” and in 2006 he got the “Talentförderpreis” from the City of Fuerth. In 2016 he got the "Bayerischer Kulturförderpreis" with the Christian Elsässer Orchestra.From 2010 to 2012 Julian was member of the German Jazz Orchestra called “BuJazzO” and recorded two CD’s with the band (“Vol. 9 Originals”, “City Grooves”)Julian played concerts in Italy, Poland, Russia, Kazakhstan, Holland, Switzerland, Austria, Luxemburg and worked with musicians like:John Ruocco, Johannes Lauer, Christian Elsässer Orchestra, Olaf Polziehn, Sunday Night Orchestra, Thilo Wolf Big Band, Deborah Carter, Marco Lackner, Sheila Jordan, Nils Klein, Christian Diener, BuJazzo, Rainer Böhm, Tony Lakatos, Thomas Stabenow, Torsten Goods, Jermaine Landsberger, Lutz Häfner, Martin Taylor, etc.

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