Théo Duboule is a swiss guitar player based in Berlin. His main projects are OGGY & the Phonics, the BIG TUSK, Théo Duboule 4tet, Théo Duboule 3io, In Motion (with Vuma Levin), 3G Trio, as well as his electronic music solo project, Mr Wizzel.
During his studies at the Jazz School (HEMu) of Lausanne, he had the chance to study alongside Wolfgang Muthspiel, Mark Turner and Larry Grenadier among others. After graduating in 2016, he started performing on Swiss and international stages (Swiss, France, Hungary, Germany, South Africa) with musicians such as Ohad Talmor, Colin Vallon, Banz Oester, Gerry Hemingway, Mathieu Michel, Vuma Levin.
Théo Duboule 2016年毕业于瑞士洛桑音乐学院的爵士表演专业，师从著名的爵士音乐家Wolfgang Muthspiel, Mark Turner和Larry Grenadier。毕业后活跃于瑞士、法国、德国等欧洲多地爵士舞台，他组建的原创乐队包括OGGY & the Phonics, the BIG TUSK, Théo Duboule四重奏以及三重奏，In Motion, 3G Trio以及以个人独奏为主的电子爵士项目Mr Wizzel等等。除了频繁地出现在瑞士的爵士舞台以外，同时也是国际爵士节的常客，包括经常在法国、匈牙利、德国和南非地区各地爵士节的巡演。
Théo is selected in 2013 to participate in the tour "DKSJ" with a big band led by Ohad Talmor. In 2014, his "Infinite Octet" is also selected to participate in the tour "DKSJ exchange nights". In 2016, he took part in the semi-finals of the Montreux Jazz Guitar Competition. In 2017, he wins with OGGY & the Phonics the "Trophées du Sunset/Sunside" and the JazzContrebande contest.Théo has already released 4 albums (with OGGY & the Phonics, the BIG TUSK, In Motion), all available on digital platforms.
2016年，他参加世界著名的Montreux爵士吉他大赛，以优异的演奏进入到了半决赛。2017年他带领自己的原创乐队“OGGY & the Phonics”一举夺得法国巴黎著名爵士俱乐部Sunset/Sunside的爵士大赛冠军，并被Dom Imonk爵士杂志评论为“没有任何障碍的，该世纪的爵士异性”来形容他标新立异的原创音乐。到目前为止，已经发行过四张个人原创爵士乐队专辑。
She has studied jazz with Susanne Abbuehl at the HEMU of Lausanne, where she got a Master degree in 2013. Thirsty of knowledge, she has also studied jazz with Maria Pia de Vito in Rome (2013) and indian music with Lakshmi Santra in Pondicherry, India (2019).
在瑞士洛桑的HEMU跟随Susanne Abbuehl学习爵士并获得硕士学位后，对爵士孜孜不倦的她并未停下求学脚步，随后前往罗马向Maria Pia de Vito继续学习爵士，今年初前往印度拜师Lakshmi Santra学习印度音乐。
Passionate about music and stage performance, mixing herself gladly with different worlds, she is the voice of several bands of various styles. From a cappella plugged performances (Voxset), to intimate indie-folk (Zepless), she has also played the ﬁrst roles in big musicals (Compagnie Broadway), and is always coming back to jazz, being traditional jazz with an Andrews Sisters ﬂavour (The Swinging Ladies), with big bands (Big Up’ Band), or more modern formations (Black Buoy Project).
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