Felix Moseholm is a New York-based jazz musician from Copenhagen, Denmark. He has studied at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester and The Juilliard School in New York City with Ben Wolfe, Kenny Washington, Gerald Cannon, Ron Carter, and George Coleman. From a young age, Felix has worked with a variety of artists including Brad Mehldau, Alvin Queen, Rodney Green, Jorge Rossy, Alex Riel, Joe Farnsworth, and Frank Lacy; performing in the major clubs around New York and Copenhagen. Besides working as a sideman, Felix is also the leader of his own group, a composer, arranger and a teacher of music; all of which has brought him to many exciting places around the world.
Moseholm has been acknowledged for his skill as a bass player and particularly his quality of sound receiving multiple awards such as “The Horace Parlan Talent Award” along with much praise and support from his many teachers and mentors. Felix grew up playing the cello for about 10 years until he switched to the bass inspired originally by Oscar Pettiford, NHØP and his granduncle Erik Moseholm (bass player with Don Byas, Eric Dolphy, Oscar Pettiford…)
I LOVES YOU PORGY
Composed by G. Gershwin
Arranged by Felix Moseholm
Jacob Artved (g), Ben Besiakov (p), Felix Moseholm (b), Cornelia Nilsson (dr),
Max Artved (ob), Kirstine Schneider (v), Stine Hasbirk (v), Joel Lakso (c)