Tomaž Grom


Tomaž Grom is a Slovenian double bass player and one of the key figures in the remarkable Ljubljana music scene. He has also worked with some of the biggest names in free jazz music, such as Sonny Simmon, and more mysteriously fascinating figures like M-base drummer Doug Hammond. A recent frequent collaboration has been a duo with former Fushitsusha drummer Seijiro Murayama and trumpeter Axel Dörner. He regularly collaborates with Irena Z. Tomažin, Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec, Zlatko Kaučic. Founder and artistic director of Zavod Sploh, an association dedicated to the production of music and performing arts, as well as to education and publication in this field. For him, music is a form of research, of unanswered questions, of the flow of ideas, of unpredictable situations. Improvisation offers him a space to lose himself, to make mistakes, to find original and intriguing solutions.


Artist's activities

Šalter Ensemble in Biel/Bienne 2023 (picture by Jonas Scheck)
November 23-26 2023: International electroacoustic ensemble. Concerts in Ljubljana, St-Johann, Graz
Šalter Ensemble, 28. Jazz Cerkno 2023 (picture by Nada Zgank)
Tour, Concert / Performance
May 5-26 2023: International electroacoustic ensemble. Concerts in Venice, Cerkno, Biel/Bienne, Zürich
Vasiliki Tsagkari, Jalalu Kalvert-Nelson (picture by Yann Staffelbach)
Concert / Performance, Talk
September 10 & 11 2022, Terrain-Gurzelen, Biel/Bienne
Šalter Ensemble Ljubljana 2019 (picture by Marcandrea)
Concert / Performance, Tour
Bruit’s activities from 2017 to 2019

Artist's editions

CD Salter
CD, Digital Release
Šalter Ensemble

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