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Bass player and composer Bernhard Meyer is living in Berlin since 2003. He is playing and recording  with artists + projects + friends like:
John Hollenbeck`s “DrumsBassBassBassDrums”Kurt Rosenwinkel`s “E.Coli”, Jim Black Nasheet WaitsJan BangPeter EvansClaudio Puntin`s “Sepiasonic”, “Chamberscope” Wanja Slavin`s „Lotus Eaters”Andi Haberl`s “Sun”Gebrüder Teichmann, Anna Webber Mariel Roberts, Chris Speed, …

His band „Melt Trio“ was acclaimed by the press for the recordings „Melt”, „Hymnolia” & „Stroy” and nominated for the EchoJazz three times. Also he is a long time band member of Berlin singer Lea W Frey.
Bernhard  completed a master program for composition with Drummer/Composer John Hollenbeck at the Jazz Institut Berlin.  2016 he recorded as a duo with John Hollenbeck.  In February 2018 two new projects released their debut albums on Traumton Records : The joint quartet by the Meyer brothers with Jim Black & Wanja Slavin: “OTHER ANIMAL”. And MURMURATION”, the first band as sole leader feat.:
Claudio Puntin (Clar), Julius Heise (Vib, Perc), Peter Meyer (Git) & Andi Haberl (Drums).  

Since March 2020 Bernhard is teaching as a Professor for electric bass at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Mannheim.

Bernhard`s music has been portrayed by DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE,
and several jazz magazines.
He performed at Festivals like: Jazzbaltica Salzau
Jazzfestival Leipzig (Oper Leipzig)Moers Festival (Festivalhalle)Jazzfestival EberswaldeJazzfest BonnJazzfestival Essen (JOE)Brucknerhaus Linz (German Jazz Nights), XJAZZ Festival BerlinNew York – Vienna meets NY FestivalTimisvar Jazzfestival (RO)Garana Jazzfestival (RO)Damaskus Jazzfestival (SYR)Kalkutta Jazzfestival (IND), Delhi Jazzfestival (IND)Jazzfestival Madajazzcar Antananarivo (Madagaskar)

“…amazes with different motions, timbres and developments again and again.“ (Downbeat)
“…spacious, intense, and haunting” (Jazztrail NYC)
“Unique, individual, absorbing and touching” (Wolf Kampmann)
„These melodies are of such compelling beauty, that they want to be heard again and again.”(Jazzthing)

contact: bernhard_meyer@gmx.de

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