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Andy Herrmann Trio

In his newly constituted trio, the pianist (now resident in Munich) pursues his secret passion – the jazz of the ‘Great American Songbook’. With three CDs to his name so far, the jazz pianist and classically trained composer has been very successful with his own compositions. Now he is issuing his first disk of standards, with a hand-picked selection of pieces from the Great American Songbook. The trio, with Arne Huber (double bass) and Jorge Rossy (drums), impresses with subtle interplay and celebrated straight-ahead jazz at the highest level of excellence.

Album "Looking Back" von Andy Herrmann | Andreas Herrmann - Pianist & Komponist

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“This is an intelligently conceived CD filled with great playing and arresting compositions in a modern European Modern Mainstream mode.”
Cadence Magazin / New York

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Andy Herrmann | Andreas Herrmann - Pianist & Komponist

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“The trio succeeds in uniting opposites: energy-loaded but always relaxed music, modern and independent but firmly based on the ‘state of the art”

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Andy Herrmann | Andreas Herrmann - Pianist & Komponist

Andy Herrmann


  • 1986-1990 Piano studies at the “Swiss Jazz School” Bern.
  • 1995-2002 Classical composition studies at the Freiburg University of Music.
  • Since 2009 Professor at the Lucerne University of Music.
  • 2010 Nomination for the New German Jazz Prize with his trio.
  • Andy Herrmann played with numerous jazz greats such as Benny Golson, Jimmy Woode, Dave Liebman, Zipflo Reinhardt, Reggie Johnson, Debbie “Sister” Sledge, the Anne Czichowski Quintett, the Axel Kühn Trio u.v.a.

Arne Huber


  • 1997-2001 Jazz studies at the Mannheim University of Music.
  • 2002-2006 Classical double bass studies at the Freiburg University of Music.
  • 2002 Winner of the international jazz competition in Hoeillart / Belgium with L14 / 16.
  • 2005 Winner of the international jazz competition in Getxo / Spain with the Felix Fromm Sextet.
  • Seit 2011 Lecturer at the Mannheim University of Music
  • 2012 Scholarship from the Baden-Württemberg Art Foundation.
  • 2015 Jazz Prize of the City of Worms.

Jorge Rossy


  • One of the most influential jazz drummers today.
  • 1995-2005 he played in the Brad Mehldau Trio, which he played a decisive role.
  • since 1980 he toured with international jazz greats like Woody Shaw, Kenny Wheeler, Jack Walrath, Dave Schinitter, Sal Nistico, Sean Levitt, Danilo Perez Trio, Paquito D’Rivera Sextett, Marc Turner, Chris Cheek, Lee Konitz, Reid Anderson, Avishai Cohen, Ethan Iverson, Charlie Hadens Quartett West and Land of the Sun Septet, Carla Bleys Liberation Orchestra, Joe Lovanos Quartett Europa, Kurt Rosenwinkel Quintet, Seamus Blake Quartet, Wayne Shorter Quartet, Trio 2000 with Chick Corea and NHOP und another Trio with Brad Mehldau and Charlie Haden.

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