Martin Musaubach

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Martin Musaubach
Martin Musaubach at Riverside Café Taipei, Aug 31 2013 2.jpg
Martin "Musa" Musaubach
Background information
Also known as Musa
Born (1982-05-23) May 23, 1982 (age 36)
La Plata, Argentina
Genres Latin, Jazz, Blues, Fusion
Occupation(s) Pianist, keyboardist, composer, arranger, producer
Instruments piano
Years active 2007–present
Labels Studio 3690
Associated acts MUSA's, SENSATION
Website http://www.musaubach.com/ Musaubach homepage

Martin "Musa" Musaubach(born on May 23, 1982 in La Plata, Argentina) is an Argentine band-leading pianist, composer, arranger and producer in MUSA's.

About[edit]

Musa has been learning, studying and working as keyboardist since very young age, he was the member of jazz, blues and Latin music bands including Labrusca, Zoe, 5 Australes, Reina Venus, Blues Oil and Bin Bin, which Labrusca was the first band he joined in his hometown La Plata—he was only at the early age of 13, as a keyboardist and the youngest member in the band.[1][2]

From around 2007 Musa started his career in China playing live music in some famous jazz bars with his band members as MUSAS. By 2011 he was the Musical Director in Shangri-La Summit Wing Hotel (Beijing), and leading his own Latin jazz band MUSA's Trio with bass/ double bassist Lautaro "LuKa" Bellucca and drummer/ percussionist Adriano "Gaofei" Moreira; in the 3rd quarter of 2011, accompanied by LuKa and Gaofei, Musa moved to Taipei to join Gary Chaw Project SENSATION (the band, so as a music project) as the key pianist and composer with the Malaysian Chinese vocalist Gary Chaw and Taiwanese compose-producer Michael Tu.[3]

Musa is now living in Taipei as his new home and working location, continued to play music in local jazz bars and venues with his bandmates and different musicians, at the same time collaborating with mainstream record labels and artists in live performing or recording albums.

Releases[edit]

  • Album

3690 - debut studio album - Aug 16 2013

No.TitleLength
1."Blues for Labrusca"5:19
2."Distance"8:13
3."Mamila"7:15
4."Knetliges"7:01
5."The Excuse"3:15
6."Latineando!" (Bellucca)5:32
7."3690"4:05
8."Eyes to Heaven feat. Mandy Gaines" (Gaines)5:31


Concerts & Shows[edit]

Below is the live date archive. Show locations in Taipei city if not specified.

Band as leader[edit]

Collaboration[edit]

Related Artists & Groups[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Musicians: Martin Musaubach @Studiologic Music". Studiologic Music. 2013-05-10. Retrieved 2013-09-26. 
  2. ^ Introducted from Martin Musaubach studio album "3690" (released Aug 16 2013 under AsiaMuse Entertainment)
  3. ^ 台灣壹週刊 Next Magazine Taiwan #581 (2012/07/12) - p.194 - 紅男綠女「音樂讓我們相遇 Sensation」