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Elsie Bianchi

Elsie Bianchi

Elsie Bianchi


(translated from German) Elsie Bianchi Brunner Elsie Bianchi Brunner (* November 5th 1930 in Zurich as Elsie Brunner) is a Swiss jazz musician (accordion, piano, vocals), who worked as a sports goods factory technician to her musical career in the United States. Life and work Bianchi Brunner played first - along with her siblings - accordion before switching to piano at age ten. Occasionally, she worked as a pianist with the saxophone in band of Harry Pfister, while she made a commercial apprenticeship. Read more on Last.fm
(translated from German) Elsie Bianchi Brunner Elsie Bianchi Brunner (* November 5th 1930 in Zurich as Elsie Brunner) is a Swiss jazz musician (accordion, piano, vocals), who worked as a sports goods factory technician to her musical career in the United States. Life and work Bianchi Brunner played first - along with her siblings - accordion before switching to piano at age ten. Occasionally, she worked as a pianist with the saxophone in band of Harry Pfister, while she made a commercial apprenticeship. On the Zurich Jazz Festival, she performed with great success from 1951 to 1954 as a pianist, jazz accordionist and singer and has received several awards. In 1956 she married the saxophonist and bassist Siro Bianchi, mt where she worked as a professional musician, while the duo with drummers like Daniel Humair extended, Fritz Stahli or Kenny Schmidt to a trio.

1958/59, they were on tour in the United States, where Howard Rumsey it in Hermosa Beach Lighthouse Cafe recorded. In 1959 she returned to Switzerland and played mainly in Basel Atlantis (in a trio with Alex Bally ). Since 1962, she spent as a musician in North America each summer and the winter season in Les Diablerets , Grindelwald and Gstaad. 1968 the couple moved to the United States.

In 1978 she gave her husband as well as to the professional musician and took over from their brethren the sporting goods factory K-Swiss. In 1987 she moved with her husband back on a farm in Georgia. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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