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Regina Hot

I have been studying jazz singing and vocal pedagogy with Fola Dada and Silke Straub at the HfM in Nuremberg since 2019. I'm a full-time musician, I teach jazz and pop singing and I'm writing even more songs than before, the best of which I'll soon release as an EP on Spotify and co. wants to publish. 

That was the best decision ever!

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Martin Soros

jazz pianist

born in 1991 in Heidenheim, pianist, keyboarder and composer, was musically influenced by his parents' home from an early age.
From 2009 - 2011 he was a member of the Baden-Württemberg State Youth Jazz Orchestra. As a student, he toured with this and other ensembles through Latvia, Belgium, Romania, Ecuador and Italy, among other places.
After graduating from the musical Schillergymnasium in Heidenheim, he studied von  2010-2014 at the Nuremberg University of Music and completed his Bachelor of Music with the grade "very good". He was taught there by Prof. Martin Schrack, Prof. Klaus Graf and Prof. Steffen Schorn.
From 2014-2017 he completed his master's degree at the HDMK Stuttgart and finished it with the grade "very good".
In 2013 he played with the Jan Prax Quartet at the Leverkusen Jazz Days in front of David Sanborn, Steve Gadd and Bob James. In January 2014, this concert was broadcast on TV by the WDR JazzLine.
In this line-up he won the Sparda Jazz Award 2014, the Czech Jazz Contest 2014, 2nd prize at the 1st Hansjürg Hensler Competition and 3rd prize at the New York Jazz Competition in spring 2014.


Dennis Soros


Dennis Sörös studied opera and concert singing with Prof. Stephan Kohlenberg and Prof. Júlia Várady at the Karlsruhe University of Music. He received important musical impulses in master classes with Ks Brigitte Fassbaender, Thomas Hampson and Marlis Petersen. He received scholarships from the German National Academic Foundation and the Richard Wagner Association in Karlsruhe. In 2013, the baritone was nominated as a "newcomer artist" in the annual issue of the specialist journal "Opernwelt" and was the first prizewinner ("Mendelssohn Prize") at the Mendelssohn Competition in Berlin in 2014. In addition to numerous concerts in southern Germany, engagements at the Easter Festival of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra took him to Baden- Baden, to the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe and to the Theater Osnabrück. Dennis Sörös has been a member of the opera choir of the Staatstheater Mainz since 2017, where he can also be seen as a soloist in addition to his choral activities.

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