Musician Biographies:


ALEX HIELE



Alex Hiele, founder of the Alex Hiele Paris Jazz Combo, is from Paris, France and moved to the U.S. in 2005. He has played all over the globe (Moscow, Berlin, London, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, New York). He studied at the conservatory of Paris and quickly became the city’s most in demand Bass player. He toured in Europe with The Spirit of Life Ensemble featuring Ted Curson, recorded three albums with Mina Agossi, toured in Europe in a quartet featuring Mark Turner in 96 and co-wrote an album featuring Russian, French and American musicians in 2003. Alex co-wrote an album featuring French and Malian musicians in 2000. He also lead a classical trio playing a mix of Haydn, Frank Zappa and

Jimi Hendrix pieces featuring Russian violinist, Alexei Aigui. Alex was also very active in the underground jazz scene in Paris from the late 90’s to 2005 and taught at the conservatory

He played at the Cape May Jazz festival festival in 2010,the West Oak Lane Jazz Festival (Philadelphia) in 2009 as well as New York jazz clubs

(Sweet Rhythm, Jazz Standard, Tonic, Joes Pub, Bitter End, the Cutting Room and Cleopatra’s Needle) as well as clubs in New Jersey and the

Philadelphia area,and got a record deal with sergent major records and a publishing deal with BMI LONDON for comercials and movies.

Alex Hiele, founder of the Alex Hiele Paris Jazz Combo, is from Paris, France and moved to the U.S. in 2005. He has played all over the globe (Moscow, Berlin, London, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, New York). He studied at the conservatory of Paris and quickly became the city’s most in demand Bass player. He toured in Europe with The Spirit of Life Ensemble featuring Ted Curson, recorded three albums with Mina Agossi, toured in Europe in a quartet featuring Mark Turner in 96 and co-wrote an album featuring Russian, French and American musicians in 2003. Alex co-wrote an album featuring French and Malian musicians in 2000. He also lead a classical trio playing a mix of Haydn, Frank Zappa and Jimi Hendrix pieces featuring Russian violinist, Alexei Aigui. Alex was also very active in the underground jazz scene in Paris from the late 90’s to 2005 and taught at the conservatory