Born in Geneva in 1963 and now living in Paris, Bertrand Denzler concentrates principally on improvised music. He has performed in Europe, North America, Latin America, the Near East and the Far East with various groups, hundreds of musicians, improvisers practicing others disciplines (dance, sculpture, poetry, video) and solo. He has performed within the framework of many festivals and published around thirty CDs and CD-Rs for such labels as Potlatch, Creative Sources, Matchless, Magnetic Moods, For4Ears, Leo, Unites, av-art, Fargone and so on. He has worked for movies and theatre, most notably for the director Christoph K√?hn, and also gives improvisation workshops. In addition to the tenor saxophone, Bertrand also uses other instruments (amplified objects, microphones, effects, guitar, computer) for certain projects. He is currently a member of the formations "Trio Sowari" (Burkhard Beins, Phil Durrant) and "Hubbub" (Fr√©d√©ric Blondy, John luc Guionnet, John s√©bastien Marriage, Edward Perraud). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.