An adventurous drummer from Poland, Hubert Zemler plays everything from sparse, arid soundscapes to hypnotic, locked-in rhythms influenced by jazz, Krautrock, African traditions, and much more. The classically trained musician has received acclaim for his solo percussion concerts, as documented on recordings such as Moped (2011). He has additionally participated in several avant-rock, free improvisation, and new music ensembles, in addition to recording albums with Gyan Riley, Debashish Bhattacharya, Felix Kubin, and many others. Zemler was born in Warsaw in 1980. He studied at the Karol Szymanowski National Academy of Music and the Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy, learning classical percussion as well as jazz improvisation. During the 2000s, he recorded with Polish jazz artists like Wojciech Staroniewicz and Marcin Olak, and formed the ...
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