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Hiromu Seifert is a Berlin-based German-Japanese jazz drummer, composer, multi- instrumentalist, and music producer.
He finds his artistic home in both classical concert halls as well as jazz clubs and often works in the intersection of groove-based music, contemporary classical and experimental improvised contexts.

Hiromu has performed across Europe, UK and Asia at festivals like the Beethovenfest Bonn, Berliner Festspiele, Umbria Jazz, Goethe-Institut and clubs like Band On the Wall, Gretchen Club etc.

As part of the dynamic and innovative Berlin music scene, he had the opportunity to work with diverse artists such as: Manos Tsangaris, Robyn Schulkowsky, Noam Sivan, Vincent Ott, electronic musicians like Andi Toma (Mouse on Mars), pop star Hani Mojtahedi, jazz greats like Nils Landgren, Greg Cohen, John Hollenbeck, Wanja Slavin, Chicago House legend Robert Owens, as well as ensembles like the improvising orchestra Stegreif Orchestra, new music ensemble Trio Noir or members of the Bremen Philharmonic.

Hiromu’s compositions have been performed at venues such as Laieszhalle Hamburg, Konzerthaus Berlin, Neuköllner Oper, enjoy jazz, and Berliner Festspiele and the Martin-Gropius Bau.



Hiromu proudly endorses CANOPUS drums

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