Biography

 

 

SHA

 

Stefan Haslebacher (*1983 in Bern)

Saxophone, Bass- und Contrabassclarinettist, Composer and Producer.

 

Education

2010-2011 Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy (MHS Luzern)

2008-2010 Master of Arts in Music Performace Jazz (MHS Luzern)

2005-2008 Bachelor of Arts in Music (MHS Luzern)

 

further studies

2010-2011 Sujay Bobade

2007-2010 Nat Su

2005-2008 John Voirol

1995-2003 Don Li

 

 

2010

Förderpreis Axelle und Max Koch Stiftung

 

2009

Tanzmusikkomposition-Förderpreis ProHelvetia

 

2008/2009

2. Place ZKB Jazzpreis with Sha’s Banryu

 

 

Discography

 

Sha’s Feckel

Greatest Hits, Ronin Rhythm Records (2012)

 

Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin

Live, ECM-Records (2012)

Llyria, ECM-Records (2010)

Holon, ECM-Records (2008)

Stoa, ECM-Records (2006)

Rea, Ronin Rhythm Records (2004)

 

Nik Bärtsch’s Mobile

Aer, Ronin Rhythm Records (2004)

 

Sha’s Banryu

Chessboxing Volume Two, Ronin Rhythm Records (TBA 2012)

Chessboxing Volume One, Ronin Rhyhtm Records (2008)

 

Mik Keusen’s Blau

Nalu, Tonus-Music-Records (2011)

Blau, Tonus-Music-Records (2005)

 

 

important festivals 2007-…

San Francisco Jazzfestival (USA), Portland Jazzfestival (USA) / Vancouver Jazzfestival (CAN), Montreal Jazzfestival (CAN) / Musicfestival Bath (UK),  Jazzfestival London (UK) / Jazzfestival Kopenhagen (DK) / Jazzfestival Tampere (FIN) / Nattjazz (NOR) / Jazzfestival Vilnius (LT) / Motives Festival Genk (BE) / Jazzfestival Saalfelden (AUT) / Northseajazz (NL) / Jazzfestival Patras (GR) / Jazzfestival Garana (ROM) / Jazz em Agosto (POR) / Festival d’ile Paris (F) / Novara Jazzfestival (I) /Jazzfestival Warschau (POL) / Jazzfestival Leipzig (D), Jazzfest Berlin (D), Elbjazz Hamburg (D), Jazzbaltica (D), Traumzeitfestival (D), Jazz and Joy (D), Jazzfestival Stuttgart (DE), Enjoyjazz (D) / Electron Festival Genf (CH), Cully Jazzfestival (CH), Jazznojazz (CH), Theaterspektakel Zürich (CH), Stanser Musiktage (CH), Jazzfestival Schaffhausen (CH), Jazzfestival Willisau

 

On Tour with Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin through Europe, Japan, China, South Africa and the USA