Daniel Erdmann | 1973 | Wolfsburg | Germany


tenor, soprano & baritone saxophones






Stralau - creative sources, 2005

He began playing the saxophone at the age of eleven. He lives in Berlin since 1994 where he studied at the Hanns Eisler Conservatory and became part of a group of musicians playing contemporary jazz and improvised music. He got a grant to work in Paris in 2001 and since then he shuttles between the two cities.
Daniel has played in clubs and at festivals in the USA, Canada, Asia and all over Europe. He has worked with Aki Takase,Ed Schuller,Conny Bauer,John Schröder,Herb Robertson,John Betsch,Axel Dörner,Pierre Dörge,Gebhard Ullmann,Chris Dahlgren,Rudi Mahall, Edward Perraud, Joe Williamson, Francois Théberge, Tony Buck, Mircea Tiberian, Thierry Madiot, Frank Möbus, Nicholas Simion, Hasse Poulsen and many more.
„The young lion from berlin has found a language which sounds like a walk through the work-site surrounded streets of his city.“
Tip Berlin
„Daniel Erdmann is in the first line of courages interpretators.His improvisations have their own sound, recognizable, captivating and of all colors.“ Jazzfiles.
Working groups include Erdmann 3000 ( CD released on Enja Records in April 2005), Momentum Impakto, Das Kapital, Günter Adler, Gebhard Ullmann´s Ta lam 10, Erdmann/Galiay Duo, Denzler/Dörner/Erdmann/Griener/Müller, Michael Thieke´s Dok Wallach, Eric Schäfer´s Demontage (new CD on Schoener Hoeren June 2005), Duboc/Erdmann/Paganotti, Jobic Le Masson Sextet, Dessert Time.