Dominik Burkhalter

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Dominik Burkhalter (born 1975 in Zurich) is a Swiss bandleader, composer and drummer.

Life[edit]

He started playing the drums in 1982, and began his studies at the Jazz School Lucerne in 1995, where he majored in drums in 1999.[1]

Dominik Burkhalter founded the bands Dom and Asphalt Jungle. He currently lives in Zurich and teaches drums and rhythm at the Jazz Department of the Lucerne College of Music.[1]

Discography (selected)[edit]

  • Burkhalter Suhner Gisler "Bus Trip" 2005
  • Asphalt Jungle "Last one shuts the door" 2005
  • Manufactur "Rong Dob" 2005
  • Chris Wiesendanger Nonett "undersong" 2005
  • Dom "Dissolved" 2005
  • Adrian Frey Septet "Seven Songs" 2004
  • Reto Suhner Quartet "Montag" 2003
  • Asphalt Jungle "Sick of Industry-Driven Music" 2003
  • Moe "Reflections" 2003
  • Dom "Twilight" 2002
  • Reto Suhner Quartet "Born in Herisau" 2001[2][3]
  • Manufactur "#2" 2001
  • Adrian Frey Septet "The Sign" 2000

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Dominik Burkhalter". Hochschule Luzern. Retrieved 7 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Reto Suhner Quartett". Reto Suhner (in German). Retrieved 7 April 2013. 
  3. ^ "Der Spass am Spiel". Jazz.edu (in German). Retrieved 7 April 2013. 

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