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Zurich Jam Session 4-24
Opening act: Roohari (saxophone), José Pino (guitar), Ursula Wienken (double bass), Daniel Bagutti (drums)
L200, Langstrasse 200, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland  |  26 Mai 2024  |  17:00 to 20:00 h



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As a versatile multi-instrumentalist proficient in saxophones, guitar, percussion, and vocals, as well as a composer, arranger, and producer, Roohari brings over 15 years of experience in the music industry. Hailing from São Paulo, Brazil, and currently based in Cremona, Italy, his expertise lies in bossa nova and Brazilian music, with a focus on saxophone performance and composition.



Ursula Wienken

Ursula Wienken, born in 2001, is a German-Polish bassist, composer, and bandleader based in Cologne. She is skilled in electric and double bass, specializing in rhythmic and danceable music. Originally from Neuss, Germany, Ursula began her musical journey with the acoustic guitar at age 7 and added the electric bass at 9. She later expanded her repertoire to include the double bass upon starting studies at the Hochschule Für Musik und Tanz in Cologne in 2020. Ursula has performed at prestigious festivals such as the North Sea Jazz Festival and has toured across Europe. In 2022, she was awarded the Neusser Kunstförderpreis for her contributions as a young bassist and composer. She has played in notable ensembles such as LaJazzO NRW and the Bundesjugendjazzorchester, and served as the student representative for the Jazz/Pop department at HfMT Cologne from 2021 to 2023.

Daniel Bagutti

Daniel Bagutti, born in February 1991, is a Swiss drummer and percussionist. Introduced to drums at age 5, he pursued formal training under jazz musician Silvano Borzacchiello from 2003 to 2009, realizing his passion could become a profession. His musical journey began with notable appearances alongside Claudio Pontiggia's bands Desamper and La Bottega. Daniel has performed with various Swiss bands and graced stages at rock, jazz, and blues festivals across Switzerland. In 2011, Daniel ventured to New York City, performing at prestigious venues like Zinc Bar and Blue Note. Collaborating with musicians like John Lander and Dylan Kaminkow, he released his album "Interweave" (2015). Returning to Europe in May 2014, Daniel joined "Michael Fleiner y su Septeto Internacional," touring Switzerland and South America, featuring in renowned jazz festivals. Throughout his career, Daniel has shared the stage with esteemed musicians like Juan Munguia, Dudu Penz, and Chip Crawford. Currently, he teaches at TASIS (The American School In Switzerland) and contributes to the GOS project (Guitar of Stones) with the band Make Plain.



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