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Wolfgang Schlüter Quartet & Strings

In November 2018, the German jazz icon Wolfgang Schlüter died. However, the virtuoso vibraphonist and percussionist recorded a very special album, which was released in 2019.

At the age of 85, Wolfgang Schlüter fulfilled a dream. With his quartet that has accompanied him for more than ten years and a few special guests, he recorded the album „For You“, for which Wolf Kerschek arranged a string suit tailored to Schlüter’s favorite tunes, which undoubtedly makes this project something very special.

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Hammer Klavier Trio LIVE

A list of recordings featuring Boris Net.

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Wolfgang Schlüter Quartet & String Orchestra of the JNP & Guests

At the age of 85, Wolfgang Schlüter fulfilled a dream. With his quartet that has accompanied him for more than ten years and a few special guests, he recorded the album „For You“, for which Wolf Kerschek arranged a string suit tailored to Schlüter’s favorite tunes, which undoubtedly makes this project something very special.

DLB records 2018 buy at Amazon
Souldacity „These Are The Days“
The first album of the Jazz-Soul-Funk Fusionband.
Phil Steen, bass / Boris Netsvetaev, keys / Kai Bussenius, drums / Darrin Lamont Byrd, vocals
For more information go to the website of Souldacity

Recorded 2017 in frogstudio Hamburg

Gabriel Coburger – as, cla, fl
Boris Netsvetaev – p

‚My Favorite Songs‘ by Thelonious Monk, Billy Strayhorn, Bronislau Kaper, John Rowles, Gene DePaul and Charlie Parker

Currently only available directly from the musicians

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Wolfgang Schlüter & Boris Net
„Breathing As One“
The master on vibes, Wolfgang Schlüter, has once again conjured up an artistically creative surprise at the tender age of 82. The congenial partner on this recording pared down to the essentials is pianist Boris Netsvetaev. His accomplished style of blending discreetly supportive accompaniment with solo ‘gems’ makes him the perfect choice for this adventure as duo.

NDR 2015 on demand
The composition of the ensemble „Barock Plugged In“ releases new rhythmic and melodic energies in the interpretation of Baroque Sonatas by Johann Joachim Quantz, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Jean Francois Baptiste Loeillet.
feat. Fiete Felsch, flutes / Boris Netsvetaev, e-piano, organ, synthesizer / Achim Rafain, e-bass / Thomas Rohde, oboe

JMR 2012 buy at Amazon
Hammer Klavier Trio „Rocket In the Pocket“
The last release by the Hammer Klavier Trio. Boris Net is playing rhodes and Roland Sh-101 keytar besides a classic grand piano, as Phil Steen is switching between acoustic and electric basses. All music is written by Boris Net. This recording has received very warm critics all around the world.

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Wolfgang Schlüter Quartet & NDR Big Band „Visionen“
A recording by the great Wolfgang Schlüter featuring his quartet at it´s best with the great NDR Big Band. The music was arranged by Wolf Kerschek and Jörg Achim Keller, everybody did a fantastic job on this recording.
Wolfgang Schlüter was awarded an „Echo“ for this one.

Pina Music 2012 buy at Amazon
Matthias Höfs plays Wolf Kerschek
„Adventures of a Trumpet“
Around 2010 Wolf Kerschek wrote a concerto for a trumpet, a jazz trio and a symponic orchestra. This piece was written for a german classic star trumpet player Mathias Höfs, who performed it in public for the first time. This recording was made in a Friedrich Ebert Halle in Hamburg featuring a jazz trio with Boris Net on the piano, Omar Rogrigues Calvo on the bass and Konrad Ullrich on the drums and the Hamburger Symphoniker orchestra as well.

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„Four Colours“
Hammer Klavier Trio and Wolfgang Schlüter perform as
„Wolfgang Schlüter Quartet“
live at the „Fabrik“, Hamburg.

Altrisuoni 2008 buy at Amazon
Das Hammer Klavier Trio (debut CD)
„Now I Know Who Shot J.F.K.“
Matthew Miller, AllAboutJazz-New York, Februar 2009: Pianist Boris Netsvetaev’s Das Hammerklavier Trio (archaic German for Grand Piano Trio) is a throwback in name only. The fleet, youthful ensemble is deeply entrenched in jazz’s 21st century incarnations, embracing genre-hopping styles, global influences and a devotion to collective freedom.

Domino 2007 buy at Amazon
Steve Reid Ensemble
(feat. Boris Net)
„Daxaar“

Souljazz 2005 buy at Amazon
Steve Reid Ensemble
(feat. Boris Net)
„Spirit Walk“

CPR 2003 buy at Amazon
Steve Reid Trio
(feat. Boris Net)
„Waves“

CPR 2001 buy at Amazon
Steve Reid Trio
(feat. Boris Net)
„Invitation“