About Anders Larson

Anders Larson close-upI am a Swedish trombone player living in Copenhagen, Denmark since 1996. Working as a full time freelance trombone player, educator, composer, arranger and conductor.

Founder of digitaltrombone.com.

Besides teaching and playing trombone, I am the founder of vilter.dk, personal customized bedtime stories for kids. Currently only in Danish, but that will eventually change.

Bio, Anders Larson – jazz trombone player

Rythmic Music Conservatory, Copenhagen, 1996-2002
Studied with a.o. Conrad Herwig, Gary Valente, Jigs Wigham and Nils Landgren

Leader of Elektrojazz – a groovy jazz band with the sound of the seventies
Leader of Anders Larson Quartet, wich has collaborated with Paizo String Quartet, Søs Fenger, Anders Bergcrantz and Gerard Precenser
Performed with numerous big bands – Danish Radio Big Band (DK), Matthew Herbert Big Band (UK), Tivoli Big Band (DK), Ernie Wilkins Almost Big Band (DK), Monday Night Big Band (SE), Aarhus Jazz Orchestra (DK) and many others.

Performed in many musicals and TV-shows, backing up artists like Kim Wilde, Katie Melua, Westlife, Il Divo, Mick Hucknal, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Outlandish, Thomas Helmig, Eran DD, Sanne Salomonsen og Kim Larsen.

Anders has written several arrangements for a.o. Danish Radio Big Band, Monday Night Big Band and Tivoli Big Band with soloists as Mike Stern, Gerard Precenser, James Morrison and Caroline Henderson.

CD releases
Anders Larson composed and arranged music for jazz quartet and string quartet on his debut cd Unborn with Anders Larson Quartet feat. paizo String Quartet.
Anders Larson´s latest cd is a collaboration with the swedish Monday Night Big Band. It is released on Calibrated Records – Monday Night Big Band & Anders Larson

Elektrojazz cover 180x180


Anders Larson plays a Shires small bore trombone, a Bach 36 and a large bore Yamaha YSL-682. Also the proud owner of a collection of various trombone mutes, all with more or less disintegrating cork fittings. Mouthpieces? Don’t get me startet…but my current favorite is the amazing small bore Laskey 50C. That is a keeper!