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Linda Jozefowski

Switzerland Basel
Main specialization: Flute Alto Flute, Piano, Odd Rhythms
HeMu Lausanne - Master in Jazz Performance Musikakademie Basel - Master in Instrumental Pedagogy Jazz
Native language: Italian Other languages: French, German, English, Polish
Linda Jozefowski
Linda Jozefowski


Children: Yes

Linda Jozefowski is an eclectic swiss-polish, Berlin-Basel based musician exploring a vaste range of musical directions, from jazz to indian music, electronic, hip hop, experimental and classical music.
She studied Jazz and became a Master in Performance from the the HEMu Lausanne.

Her performances on scene include X-Jazz Festival (Berlin), Madajazzcar Festival, Cully Jazz Festival, Montreux Jazz Café, Jazz Parade Festival of Fribourg, Festival Jazz en Revermont, Jazz Contreband Festival, Icogne Jazz Festival (CH), Chorus (CH), Hot Club de Lyon (F), AMR (CH), B-Flat (D), Château Rouge (F),La Fabbrica di Losone (CH), Jazz’in Bess (CH) and many others clubs in Switzerland, France Germany and Poland.
She had the occasion to play with Olivier Hutman, Malcolm Braff, La Velle, Reggie Jonson, Jaques Schwartz-Bart, Ian Anderson (jethro Tull), Joel Holmes, Amir ElSaffar, Antonello Marafioti.
Her first own project “Linda Jozefowski “For my dead folks” was recorded in 2011 (UNIT RECORDS). Her discography also includes the album Special by the singer La Velle (2010, alongside Sangoma Everett, Emyle Spanii and Mathieu Michel), the album Friends by François Lindemann (2011, with Flavio Boltro, Glenn Ferris, Guillaume Perret, Alvin Queen), the album We’ll meet in the rain by the Kenneth Dahl Knudsen Orchestra (2016) and other productions from different genres.

From 2012 the flautist had been involved into various projects in Berlin including the Kenneth Dahl Knudsen Orchestra, Vernon D’Hill, Joel Holmes Greenhouse Expantion, aswell as her own projects. She was also featured in electronic music of different DJ and producers including Elby Bad, Tikogo, Soultrash an others…
Her next release FOCUS NATURAL features swiss pianist Malcolm Braff, Drummer Diego Pinera, Double Bassist Marion Ruault and Saxophonist Domenic Landolf.

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