Shuteen Erdenebaatar

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Shuteen Erdenebaatar, Photo: Georg Stirnweiss


Shuteen Erdenebaatar (Mongolian Эрдэнэбаатар Шүтээн; * 1998 in Ulan Bator) is a Mongolian jazz musician.

Raised as a classical musician, Shuteen Erdenebaatar began her bachelor's degree in classical composition at the age of 16. Immediately after her successful graduation, she came to Munich in 2018 to broaden her horizons with a double master's degree in jazz piano and jazz composition at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater. At the age of 23, she has already successfully completed two master's degrees and an advanced master class.

Shuteen Erdenebaatar is the winner of the prestigious BMW Young Artist Jazz Award 2022, the Music Scholarship of the City of Munich, the 1st Prize and Audience Award at the 10th Young Munich Jazz Award, the Composition Prize at the Biberacher Jazzpreis 2022 and the 1st Prize at the Kurt Maas Jazzpreis 2021, where she won a summer course at the world-famous Berklee College of Music.

She has played with internationally renowned artists such as Kenny Washington, Laurent Maur, Tim Collins, Henning Sieverts and studied with Richie Beirach, Christian Elsässer, Claus Raible and Gregor Hübner. Her own compositions have been performed by the Munich Philharmonic and in Studio 2 of the Bavarian Radio. She has also received commissions from Mongolia's leading orchestras such as the Bayan Mongol Big Band, the Mongolian State Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Symphony Orchestra of the Mongolian State Opera. She is currently working as a composer and pianist on her own projects such as the Shuteen Erdenebaatar Quartet, the Lightville Duo, and as the conductor of her newly founded 20-piece cross-genre chamber jazz orchestra in Munich.


Rising Sun, 2023

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