I book ensembles in a wide variety of configurations and genres to suit all budgets and tastes. Please do not hesitate to contact me for a quote for your next event. To get in touch with me, use the box on the right or contact me directly with the information below.
0423 929 168 (AU)
0157 3689 7295 (DE)
In addition to my original music projects, I work as a performer and booking agent specialising in providing live music of a very high level of professionality, reliability and quality to fine establishments and private events.
Live jazz music has a great ability to create the desired atmosphere of class and sophistication and is a great advertising point for guests.
I have a great deal of experience with this type of work and my ethos is to provide the establishment with the highest possible level of professionalism, meaning: we reliably arrive in good time, set and pack up without disturbing guests, perform music of an appropriate style and volume level and dress well, ensuring we look as good as we sound.
In Berlin I book and perform with some of the city’s best musicians in duo, trio or quartet settings, performing a selection of historic and modern jazz music and other genres such as blues, bossa nova, funk and soul as appropriate to the venue and client.
Swinging cocktail jazz: Wayne Kelly (piano), Simon Milman (bass), Aidan Lowe (drums)
Ballad: Live performance of Tarde En Begues by Ramiro Olaciregui. Ramiro Olaciregui (guitar), Kenneth Dahl Knudsen (bass), Aidan Lowe (drums)
Relaxed original compositions: It's Snowing Again and Florentin by Eyal Lovett.
Eyal Lovett (piano), Kenneth Dahl Knudsen (bass), Aidan Lowe (drums)
Instrumental groove music: Live performance of You've Got What I Want by Alex Raupach. Alex Raupach (trumpet), PJ Koopman (guitar), Tom Botting (bass), Aidan Lowe (drums)
Aidan Lowe Trio – "Stompin at the Savoy": Declan Forde (p), Sidney Werner (b), Aidan Lowe (d).
The Aidan Lowe Trio play delightful, melodic jazz music, drawing from the canon of jazz classics from the 1930’s-60’s and original compositions rooted in the jazz tradition. Originally from Australia, Aidan has become a fixture of Berlin’s music scene in recent years and performs regularly internationally as a member of many projects. The members of the Berlin Trio come from across the world, with mix of diverse cultures and influences and a shared passion for jazz. Together they reinterpret old and new favourites with creativity, energy and enthusiasm.