Reto Schäublin - Saxophonist - Basel, Switzerland

Reto Schäublin - Saxophonist | Basel, Switzerland

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Country: Switzerland
Based In: Basel, Switzerland
Performs: Worldwide
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Saxophonist Solo with or without backing tracks - Saxophonist and Multi-Instrumentalist in Duo/Trio/Band - Music-Comedian Solo
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Saxophon Solo: Pop, Rock, Oldies & easy listening Jazz with or without backing tracks for all Events, Wedding & Party
Saxophon with female Singer: Pop, R&B/Soul with Playback
Multi-Instrumentalist: ClassicRock- & PopCovers with male Singer and Bandmembers (+1-5 Musicians) > no Playback
Music-Comedy Solo: from 5 up to 30 minutes Show in combination with Saxophon Solo (see videos)


on stage since 30 years in many different projects with musicians and artists from all over the world

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Saxophon (Sopran, Alto, Tenor, Bariton)
Guitar (semi acoustic)
Flute / Piccolo
Singer (Background)
Music Comedy

Suitable for

Wedding Reception Entertainment Birthday Party Entertainment Private Parties Corporate Events Cocktail Receptions Product Launches Trade Shows Christmas Party Events Gala Dinners After Dinner Entertainment Comedy Variété Circus Studio-Musician Session-Musician

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