Artists

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RENÉ DECKER

Equipment

Equipment: A-WO20, T-991, S-992

Profile

Born in Germany, RENÉ DECKER fast getting successful as saxophonist, composer, musical director, producer
& university lecturer of the Jazz Institute Berlin.

Since 1981 RENÉ became one of the youngest and most successful saxophonists at the time of the old GDR. He played in more than 29 countries spread all over the world.

In 1987 he was pushed to start to work as a producer and composer for the first major broadcasts of German TV stations. (MDR, ARD, ZDF, PRO7, SWF, BR, Sat1, RTL and many more.)

He started to create compositions for film music as well as for major advertising companies like:
REGINA ZIEGLER FILM Berlin (Paul&Caroline -ZDF-Serie), RUDOLF STEINER-Filmproduktion
(Einsteins Baby-Komödie/Vox) MAX MOVIES (DIE SPEZIALISTEN) IGBY GOES DOWN feat .Jeff Goldblum/Susan Sarandon (Coproduction/Kompos.-Atlantic Streamline /USA)

Advertising Clients:
Porsche, Audi, VW, DAIMLER CHRYSLER, 4711, Bayernwerk, Quelle, DETEWE, Telekom, Rittal, Alcatel
Since 1992 RENÉ’s new venture „DECKER MUSIC STUDIO“ was blossoming and many album productions in his own studio followed for:
ERIC BENET AND YVONNE CATTERFELD, VERONIKA FISCHER, PASCAL v.WROBLEWSKI, KNORKATOR, Shakespeare & Rock´n Roll, WALTER AFANASIEFF, STARS IN CONCERT Las Vegas / Berlin......

RENÉ continued playing as a saxophone soloist live and in studios for artists and movies like:
OPERATION NOAH, OBSESSION featuring Daniel Craig, MOTÖRHEAD / LEMMY KILMISTER, NENA, WEATHER GIRLS, YVONNE CATTERFELD, SARAH CONNOR, DON GRUSIN, ALPHAVILLE, BELL /BOOK & CANDLE, VERONIKA FISCHER, SPIKE, XAVIER NAIDOO, MANFRED KRUG, ELEFANT, NO ANGELS, UDO LINDENBERG, TILL BRÖNNER, MELISSA ETHERIDGE, HOWARD CARPENDALE, FARHAD DARYA and many more.

Since 2008 Lecturer at the JAZZ INSTITUTE in Berlin.

RENÉ DECKER works very closely with the YANAGISAWA Saxophones since he got the chance to try the first one in 1992. Since that time he appreciated YANAGISAWA as the best saxophones he ever played. Today his choice of
saxophones are:
Alto: A-WO20
Tenor: T-991
Soprano: S-992