Cellist und Komponist
Ernst Reijseger (1954) plays the cello from the age of seven and began as a performing cellist and improviser in 1969.
From that time on he developed his own musical vocabulary.
In 1974 his teacher Anner Bijlsma advised him to cease his music education at the Amsterdam Conservatory and pursue his own way.
Many of Reijseger’s collaborations cannot be classified into genres. He writes for and improvises with
musicians and ensembles of different musical disciplines and nationalities. He gives solo recitals, performing his own music.