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Petros Klampanis

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Origin  Zakynthos, Greece
Record label  Inner Circle Music
Years active  2001–present
Genres  Jazz

Instruments  Doublebass
Role  Musical Artist
Occupation(s)  bassist, Composer
Name  Petros Klampanis
Albums  Contextual, Minor Dispute
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Born  July 15, 1981 (age 34) (1981-07-15)
Labels  Inner Circle Music, Cristal Records, Minor EMI/Universal
Associated acts  Greg Osby, Jean-Michel Pilc
Similar People  Gilad Hekselman, Jean‑Michel Pilc, Ari Hoenig, Syberen Van Munster, Greg Osby

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Petros Klampanis (born July 15, 1981 in Zakynthos, Greece), is a bassist, composer, arranger, producer and educator.


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He currently leads a group that makes regular appearances in New York venues including the Cornelia Street Cafe, SubCulture, DROM, Barbes, Rockwood Music Hall in addition to performing worldwide. Joining Petros on recordings and live performances is the noted French pianist Jean-Michel Pilc and Israeli guitarist Gilad Hekselman.

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His debut album Contextual is released by Greg Osby's Inner Circle Music. Minor Dispute is his 2nd personal album which was released by Inner Circle Music in the US (April 14th 2015), Minos EMI in Greece (May 12th 2015) and Cristal Records in the rest of the World (May 19th 2015). His third album "Chroma" will be released on March 10th 2017, by Motéma Music.

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Klampanis has worked with: Liepaja Symphonic Orchestra, Athens State Orchestra, Snarky Puppy, Banda Magda, Greg Osby, Marc Copland, Ari Hoenig, Sheila Jordan, Dimitra Galani, Gretchen Parlato, Jamey Haddad, Sara Serpa, Jean-Michel Pilc, Gilad Hekselman, Antonio Hart, Jacques Morelenbaum, Michael Mossman, Didier Lockwood, Max Pollack, Stavros Lantsias.

As a Leader

  • Chroma(Motéma Music/2017)
  • Minor Dispute (Inner Circle Music, Minos EMI/Universal, Cristal Records/2015)
  • Point 2, (EmArEl Music/2014)
  • Contextual (Inner Circle Music/2011)
  • Trioism (Ankh/2008)
  • As a Producer

  • Petros Klampanis/Chroma (Motema Music/2017)
  • Marios Frangoulis & George Perris/Kivotos(Universal Music/2016)
  • Maria Manousaki/Voyage (2016)
  • Lluis Capdevila/Diaspora (2016)
  • Sofia Ribeiro/Mar Sonoro (2016)
  • Petros Klampanis/Minor Dispute (2015, Inner Circle Music/USA, Minos EMI/Universal/Greece, Cristal Records/Rest of the World)
  • Point 2, EmArEl Music 2014
  • Petros Klampanis/Contextual, Inner Circle Music 2011
  • As a Sideman

  • Near 'n' Dear, Christos Rafalides 2017
  • Chronos Project, Dimitra Galani 2016
  • Unravel, Defne Sahin 2016
  • A Room of One's Own, Yuhan Su 2015
  • Like a Great River, Oded Tzur 2015
  • Mar Sonoro, Sofia Ribeiro 2015
  • Lisan Al Tarab, Tarek Yamani trio 2014
  • Yerakina, Banda Magda 2014
  • Banda Magda, Banda Magda 2013
  • Tableaux, Jacob Teichroew 5tet, 2013 (Fresh Sound)
  • Ar, Sofia Ribeiro 2012
  • Aussi Pour Les Petits, Sylvie Bourban 2012
  • Ivanov, Ryan Ramery 2012
  • Euphony, Nikos Tatasopoulos, 2011
  • La Vie En Rose/EP, Luisa Sobral 2010
  • Fast Forward of a Day, CLTrio 2009
  • Walking Around, Christine Corvisier 5tet, 2008
  • Horndaagen, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ 2008
  • Lost Property, Fundbureau, 2008
  • Inner Game, Julia Oschewsky, 2008
  • Melting Pot, Christine Corvisier 5tet, 2007
  • References

    Petros Klampanis Wikipedia