Silvan Zingg Boogie Woogie
Silvan Zingg - one of a kind boogie player
A musician from Schwitzerland.
Influenced by vintage recordings of black pianists, Silvan Zingg taught himself to play the piano during his early school years. Silvan studied piano and trombone for six years and after completing courses in graphic design he started a professional music career.
Silvan quickly became a popular entertainer at his college due to his sensational interpretation of the blues. He easily convinced his listeners that he was passionate about music, including classic Boogie Woogie, Blues, and Jazz, with variations from other musical genres.
i recommend that you listen to the mp3-samples and the videos I posted here!!!
Love at first sight - or should I say love at first hear
This is the first I heard about Silvan Zingg. That was love emmediately. I love this kind of pace in boogies.
PS look at his foot
Links to more about Silvan Zingg
Here is more links and facts about this skilled piano player
Enjoy this video - you just have to see the dancers
Will & MaÃ©va on the very first video are World champions on Boogie!!!! Do NOT miss to have a look!
Silvan Zingg - Amazon MP3
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A tips - I have one of these as my ringsignal on the cell-phone! Makes me smile every time =)
Silvan - Boogie on Amazon
Jean-Paul Amouroux and Silvan Zingg
Wish I was that percussion guy.....
Silvan Zingg TRIO
Silvan Zingg on piano, Valerio Felice on drums, Nuno Alexandre on doublebass.
Silvan Zingg trio on Amazon
The Silvan Zingg Trio is touring successfully since 3 years in Switzerland and Europe. They play Boogie Woogie, Blues, Swing 'n'Jazz. Valerio Felice on drums and Nuno Alexandre on the upright bass.
This extraordinary trio has been performing concerts for the past years in major venues throughout Europe. The music is in the blood of these gifted musicians and they demonstrate it with their joyful performances, brilliant techniques and fantasy stage sets.
When he was seventeen SZ officially appeared in the programm of the Blues Festival in Lugano as the youngest musician that have ever performed at this event. Entertaining the enthusiastic public, he seemed to be able to easely convince his listeners about his feeling for this music and about his sensational interpretation of the Blues.
From the 2009 Boogie Woogie festival in Schwitzerland
This is how people enjoyed themselves at and after the festival
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