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Stochelo Rosenberg

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Stochelo Rosenberg
Stochelo Rosenberg in concert, Netherlands, 2002
Stochelo Rosenberg in concert, Netherlands, 2002
Background information
Born(1968-02-19)February 19, 1968
Helmond, Netherlands
GenresGypsy jazz, swing
Years active1980s – present

Stochelo Rosenberg (born 19 February 1968) is a Gypsy jazz guitarist who leads the Rosenberg Trio.


Rosenberg started playing guitar when he was ten years old.[1] A member of the Sinti, he heard music often at home and from relatives.[1] With his cousins Nonnie Rosenberg and Nous'che Rosenberg he started the Rosenberg Trio in 1989, playing in the annual Django Reinhardt festival in Samois.[1] In the 1990s they accompanied Stephane Grappelli on tour and recorded with him, including a concert at Carnegie Hall that celebrated his 85th birthday.[1]

He started the Rosenberg Academy, an online school devoted to teaching Gypsy jazz.[2]


As leader[edit]

  • Seresta (Hot Club, 1990)
  • Elegance with Romane (Iris Music, 2000)
  • Double Jeu with Romane (Iris Music, 2004)
  • Ready 'n' Able (Iris Music, 2005)
  • Gypsy Guitar Masters with Romane (Iris Music, 2006)
  • Tribulations with Romane (Universal, 2010)

With the Rosenberg Trio

  • Gipsy Summer (Universal, 1991)
  • Impressions (Universal, 1992)
  • Caravan (Universal, 1994)
  • Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival '92 (Universal, 1993)
  • Gipsy Swing (Universal, 1995)
  • Noches Calientes (Universal, 1998)
  • Deine Kusse Sind Susser with Herman van Veen (Polydor, 1999)
  • Je Zoenen Zijn Zoeter with Herman van Veen (Polydor, 1999)
  • Suenos Gitanos (Universal, 2001)
  • Live in Samois (Universal, 2003)
  • Louis Van Dijk and the Rosenberg Trio Live (Pink, 2003)
  • Roots (Iris Music, 2007)
  • Tribute to Stephane Grappelli (FM Jazz, 2008)
  • Cor Goes Gipsy with Cor Bakker (Foreign Media Music, 2008)
  • Djangologists (Enja, 2010)
  • La Familia (Coast Music, 2015)
  • Django (Impulse!, 2017)

As sideman[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Yanow, Scott (2013). The Great Jazz Guitarists. San Francisco: Backbeat. pp. 168–169. ISBN 978-1-61713-023-6.
  2. ^ "Welcome to the Rosenberg Academy". RosenbergAcademy.com. Retrieved 19 May 2018.

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