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Florian Hoefner (pianist, composer)

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Florian Hoefner

First Spring Florian Hoefner

First Spring

About the album   First Spring […] stands out in the piano trio field in 2019. All About Jazz You are never really allowed to leave the music of Florian Hoefner once you have listened to it. The pianist has a knack of taking possession of your sensibilities, making the notes of melodies leap off […]

Moose Blues - Subtone

Moose Blues

About the album   Subtone stands in the forefront of today’s young innovative Jazz ensembles. Founded in 2005 in Berlin, its members now live on both sides of the Atlantic, in St. John’s, NL, Berlin and Cologne. Through innumerable concerts at home and abroad, as well as appearances at festivals like the Bohemia Jazz Fest […]

Florian Hoefner 'Luminosity'

Luminosity

About the album   For his third recording on Origin Records, pianist Florian Hoefner uses the highly evolved musical relationship he’s forged over the last several years touring with bassist Sam Anning and drummer Peter Kronreif as a springboard for nine new compositions. Adding the singular voice of the eminent saxophonist Seamus Blake, a more […]

Florian Hoefner / Subtone - Roswitha's Revenge

Roswitha’s Revenge

About the album   Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute – Malte Dürrschnabel Bass – Matthias Pichler Drums – Peter Gall Piano – Florian Höfner Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Magnus Schriefl Reviews

Florian Hoefner - Falling Up

Falling Up

About the album      …the effortlessness of the players is jaw-dropping… – SKOPE MAGAZINE New York-based pianist & composer Florian Hoefner follows up on his 2012 debut recording “Songs Without Words,” with a set of nine new tracks, including seven originals and arrangements of “Eleanor Rigby” and “Black is the Color.” “Falling Up” features […]

Florian Hoefner - Songs Without Words

Songs Without Words

About the album     New York-based pianist Florian Hoefner, best known in his native Germany through tours with the group Subtone, brings his unique brand of modern jazz to New York City with “Songs Without Words.” Using many of his contemporaries in the New York jazz scene, the two-time winner of the ASCAP Young […]

Subtone - Morningside

Morningside

About the album   SUBTONE is one of the most interesting bands in the European jazz scene. Originally a pure Berlin band, most of the members now live in New York. When they had a triple triumph at the Avignon Jazz Competition in 2008, their reputation soared. Now, they have hit club and festival stages […]

Peter Kronreif Wayfarers woth Florian Hoefner

Gloaming

About the album   Alto Saxophone – Andrew Gould Bass – Linda Oh Drums – Peter Kronreif Piano – Florian Hoefner Tenor Saxophone – Mike Rivett (2) Reviews

Subtone - Echolot

Echolot

About the album   Magnus Schriefl – trumpet Malte Dürrschnabel – alto saxophone, clarinet Florian Hoefner – piano Benjamin Hiesinger – bass Peter Gall – drums Reviews

Roman Ott Inner Shape & Kurt Rosenwinkel. Seeing People

Seeing People

About the album   Alto Saxophone – Roman Ott Bass – Lars Gühlcke Drums – Peter Gall Guitar – Kurt Rosenwinkel Piano – Florian Höfner Reviews