Julius Schwing is a talented young guitarist/composer from Bruny Island, Tasmania, who is rapidly gaining a strong reputation for his personal approach to improvisation and composition. Born in Vienna, he studied at the Tasmanian Conservatorium, and recently traveled to New York and Canada to take part in the Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music. Here he undertook study with artists such as Joshua Redman, Clarence Penn, Ben Street, Matt Penman, Don Byron, Dafnis Prieto, David Gilmore and many more. He has a broad range of influences from jazz greats such as Coltrane and Davis through to modern masters like Jurt Rosenwinkel and Allan Holdsworth as well as 20th century classical music, blues, hip hop and film music. He recently produced a debut album with his Quartet of Danny Healy (saxes), Hamish Houston (bass) and Alf Jackson (drums).
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