About

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1986 born in Tübingen, Germany
2008-2012 Educational diploma in clarinet at the Conservatory of Nuremberg (Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg)
2012-2013 Artistic diploma in jazz-clarinet (Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg)
2009 director of various own ensembles
2011-2012 Performer in the Germnan National Jazz Orchestra (Bundesjazzorchester)
2010-2013 Studied jazz composition and arrangement
2013-2015 Master Of Music in jazz clarinet at the conservatory in Nuremberg
2015 Lives and works freelance in Nuremberg and Munich

 

 

Prizes and Scholarships

2016 Artist in Residence, Künstlerhaus Lukas, sponsered by Mecklenburg-West Pomerania
2015 Scholarship by the city of Nuremberg
2014 Scholarship for “Ensemble 11” by Initiative Musik gGmbh (Support by the German Federal Government)
2014 CD production with “Ensemble 11” by the bavarian broadcast station (BR Klassik)
2014 Scholarship by Kunststiftung (Art Foundation) of Baden-Wuerttemberg
2012 Scholarship by Sparda bank
2010 Scholarship by Bruno-Rother competition with the project “Vierradantrieb”

 

 

Discography

2015 Rebecca Trescher Ensemble 11 „Fields“ (Label 11)
2014 Rebecca Trescher Fluxtet „Nucleus“ (Double Moon Records)
2012 Bundesjazzorchester „City Grooves“
2011 Debut-Album Rebecca Treschers hochZEIT null11 “Sud” (Label 11)
2009 Christmas-CD „Engelesingen“ with Metroplmusik Nuremberg (Label 11)

 

 

Press

“Multi-reedist Rebecca Trescher has created an album that doesn’t engage the listener so much as stalk them. Ominous, yet beautiful in that way fear can be, it’s an album of momentary spurts of notes with just clarinet and bass clarinet weaving sounds in between. It creates a heavy mood, even when the music is light as a feather. Songs like “Nass,” with its languid sway and gentle moan, I could listen to forever. Some small effects here and there. Fans of Marty Ehrlich, Clean Feed label, and John Lurie/Lounge Lizards should check out this excellent album. Plenty of ambiance throughout… a smoky shadowy tavern, light filtering in through smudged windows, a shot of whiskey, a heart full of heartbreak, and a sublime happiness whenever the warm touch of the Spring breeze drifts through the bar and makes everyone happy to be alive. That kind of thing.” (2012, birdistheworm.com)
 

 

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