Mark Aanderud: Wikis


Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mark Aanderud is a [|Mexican]] born pianist, composer, arranger, producer, conductor.

Mark Aanderud started piano studies at 8 years old at the Escuela Nacional de Musica in Mexico City. He started to perform profesionaly when he was 18 years old. Mark Aanderud is known as a jazz pianist and composer, but through the years he has become one of the most versatile musicians, performing, composing and recording, in many generes of music from Jazz and classical music, to progressive rock or latin music. His first Cd as a leader Mark Aanderud Trio 02 was awarded as best album of the year 2002 by the Czech Music Awards. Mark has performed and recorded with some of the most innovating musicians in the world like Tim Berne, David Gilmore, Eli Degibri, Omar Rodriguez Lopez, Eric Reeves, Ximena Sariñana, Jonathan Kreisberg, Magos Herrera, Hernan Hecht, Agustin Bernal, Rick Parker and has performed many festivals and clubs in France, Germany, Czech Republic, Spain, England, Greece, Holand, United States, Mexico, Japan, Colombia, Argentina, etc.

In recent years, Mark has toured with international artists such as the Mexican, singer-songwriter and actress, Ximena Sariñana, and the Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Group. In addition to his touring efforts, Mark has also recorded additional piano parts with The Mars Volta for their 2009 release "Octahedron".

Mark is a classical composition student at the Academy of Music in Prague and tours with Mark Aanderud Trio and Mark Aanderud Ensemble as well as with Aanderud [[ Hecht Project and David Gilmore.




Mark Aanderud

Introducing Mark Aanderud (2005)

Cronicas y Relatos de Recuerdos Olvidados- Musica de Camara e Improvisaciones (2008)

Aanderud [ Hecht Project with David Gilmore (2009)

Aanderud [ Hecht - Duo (2009)

RHA Trio (2007)

With The Mars Volta

With Omar Rodriguez-Lopez


Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address