Probably best-known for composing scores for Woody Allen films, including Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Midnight in Paris, Stéphane Wrembel was born and raised in France, but relocated to New York to attend the prestigious Berklee School of Music. Citing his biggest influence as Django Reinhardt, Wrembel incorporates and expands upon Reinhardt's gypsy-esque jazz style. Since graduating from Berklee as summa cum-laude, Wrembel has had no problem establishing himself as a prominent contemporary jazz musician.
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