"The best European jazz flutist,"
declares the Berliner "Tagesspiegel" when referring to the Swedish musician Magnus Lindgren. In Lindgren's diverse playing on the flute, saxophone, and clarinet, you'll find a blend of smooth, soul-infused melodiousness and fresh, virtuosic jazz spirit.
As a long-time member of the Nils Landgren Funk Unit, Lindgren is deeply rooted in the groove. However, when working alongside Till Brönner, he also demonstrates mastery across various facets of modern mainstream jazz. Latin, pop, and classical elements are also firmly entrenched in his musical vocabulary.
Furthermore, Magnus Lindgren is one of the most sought-after arrangers in the European jazz scene, capable of arranging everything from a punchy horn section to a symphony orchestra.