Gerry Weil

Gerry Weil

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Gerhard Weilheim, better known as Gerry Weil (Vienna, 11 August 1939), is a Austrian born Venezuelan jazz musician. His first contact with music, started after the allied victory in Europe during the final days of World War II. Specifically, with the American troops that taught him Glenn Miller's swing and afroamerican music.

Weil's musical education started after his inmigration to Venezuela in 1957. At the age of 17, began to take classes from professional musicians. Also, took mail courses from Boston's Berklee College of Music. Between 1974 and 1981, went through an spiritual experience of musical isolation in Mérida, during which he blended Bach piano music with Hindu spiritual genres like Ragas. At the end of this period, returned to Caracas in order to resume his musical career, working also as music teacher.

From 1983 started to work with Midi technology, doing this for several year. After that, returns to acoustic music. Gerry Weil has been a producer for artists and groups like Maria Rivas, Desorden Público, Tulio Chuecos, among others.


  • 1969: El Quinteto De Jazz
  • 1971: The Message
  • 1984: Jazz En Caracas
  • 1989: Autana/Magic Mountain
  • 1993: Volao
  • 1999: Profundo
  • 2005: Free Play & Love Songs
  • 2006: Empatía
  • 2006: Navijazz
  • 2009: Tepuy


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