Arthur Hnatek sets his sights on electro

At only 27, Arthur Hnatek travels the world to play at the biggest festivals. Montreux Jazz, City of Music, Jazz in Marciac, Montreal Jazz Festival, London Jazz Festival, this is where the young Swiss drummer has already thrilled audiences with rhythms from his first solo album “SWIMS”. A graduate of the ‘New School for Jazz’, Arthur Hnatek has also won several awards, including ‘the Swiss drum contest’ twice. His talent and versatility allow him to compose and play in several bands alongside his solo career.

 

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