René Mosele attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA, where he studied with Hal Crook, George Garzone, Ed Tomassi and others.
Living in Zurich, Switzerland he has become an active performer in the European music scene. As a trombonist he has played with groups such as the George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band and the renowned NDR Big Band. He has performed with musicians such as Bobby McFerrin, Joe Lovano, Dave Douglas, Joshua Redman, Thomas Gansch, Larry Schneider, Alex Sipiagin, Joe Magniarelli and many others.
Over the last few years he has been working with Bands such as Patent Ochsner, Chamber Soul, Grand Mothers Funck, The James Brown Tribute Show, Seven, Joe Haider’s 11 and many others.
Since 2006 René Mosele has been teaching in Lausanne at the Conservatoire de Musique Departement Jazz.
René Mosele is interested in photography for quite some years, but since 2017 he decided to dive deeper into studio photography. He is working with different mediums of photography and he is using different styles and working techniques. Although a lot of work is made digitally, René ist still spending a lot of time working with different film formats such as his Hasselblad medium format camera or his large format 4x5 camera. Mainly Black & White which he is still developing at home.
With his latest work "Absence of Function" he finally closed the circle of many of his interests and creative outputs. A work about Music and Photography combined. More info here -> Absence of Function