Aseo Friesacher is a pianist and composer born in Vienna, Austria. Since an early age he was very interested in music and he was able to pick up melodies and rhythms easily. It was soon clear to him that a music career is the only thing he wants to pursue. Aseo started to play the piano at an age of 6. He was also member of the famous Vienna Boy’s Choir and got the chance to tour around the world and sing in big concert halls like the Carnegie Hall in New York or the Tokyo Opera City Hall.

At the age of fourteen Aseo found his love to jazz music by listening to songs of Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck and Didier Squiban. Eventually he formed his own trio with which he played in prestigious venues as the UNO-City. In 2014 the Aseo Friesacher Trio won the 1st price of the Podium.Jazz Competition in Austria. Since then Aseo became very active in the Viennese jazz scene and played in various formations and bands such as the „Princetones“ and the „Libal Bigband“. In 2015 he started his jazz piano studies in the Vienna Conservatory of Music & Arts and studied with Aaron Wonesch. Later he graduated at the Codarts Conservatory in Rotterdam. In addition to his musical growth he could get the chance to have workshops from several piano masters as Harold Mabern, Tamir Hendelman, Peter Beets and Cory Henry.

In 2022 Aseo obtained his master degree in music from the Royal Conservatoire The Hague and is based in the Netherlands since. He became very active in the dutch music scene as well as internationally, playing in several bands such as Aseo Trio, Loek van den Berg Quintet, Kaiju Project, Vishwa and Sinan’s Sufidelica Project amongst others. Also in spring 2019 Aseo got accepted to be part of the Jong Metropole which is a unique collaboration between the Metropole Orkest, the NJO (National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands) and the NJJO (National Jazz Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands). Through the Jong Metropole Aseo could collaborate with conductors like Miho Hazama and Jules Buckley.