Featuring Max Clouth on guitar, Marc-Inti Mannel Saavedra on bass and Tobias Baum on percussion, Triotonos blend Latin Jazz, Flamenco and World Music to create an exciting yet intimate band sound.
On stage, their musicianship takes you through a journey reminiscent of Shakti, Maha Vishnu Orchestra, Spyro Gyra and other such jazz/fusion, but at the same have the true Triotonos touch to it.
With the Indian classical touch that Max Clouth adds, Triotonos are truly an exciting world music/ fusion act to watch.
Max Clouth is a highly talented young German guitarist who has collaborated with some of the best world/jazz musicians including guitarist Torsten de Winkel, Indradeep Ghosh, Niraj Kumar, Rafael Sotomayer (Chilean hangdrum innovator) and other instrumentalists and singers from across the world.
After graduating in Jazz guitar from Dresden University, he started working and playing with Jazz and Blues greats like Marc Oliver Klenk, Norbert Scholly, Ralf Cetto and pianist Jesse Milliner.
Since 2009 he has been studying Indian Classical Music with Pt Nayan Ghosh.
Marc-Inti Mannel Saavedra is one of Germany’s top young bass players.
He performed and recorded for German superstar Nadja Benaissa, Maya Saban, Nneka and many others.
As well with international artists no less than Eamonn McCormack, Bill Evans (Sax), Mike Stern and Harold Todd.
Tobias Baum is a versatile musician who is an equally talented drummer, percussionist, vocalist and guitarist