Pelayo Arrizabalaga (born 1949, Laredo, Spain) is a sax and clarinet
player and composer. His career started in the 1970s playing in an
assortment of Madrid free jazz ensembles. In 1984 he cofounded the
experimental rock group Clónicos with Markus Breuss, recording a
total of five albums and touring throughout Europe.
Arrizabalaga relocated to Switzerland in 1993 where he is guest
composer at the electronic music Studio of the Bassel Conservatoire,
directed by Thomas Kessler, and frequently performs within the
improvised music scene.
Arrizabalaga is also a founding member of the FMOL Trio, an electronic
free improvisation group, which takes its name from the FMOL virtual
digital instrument, developed in 1997 by Trio member Sergi
Jordà. He has also reunited with Markus Breuss in the Breuss
Arrizabalaga Quintet, a jazz ensemble.
* Works in Gruppo Ungido:
"Misterios del corazón de la piedra"(OU"#17oo3_4)
-Arrizabalaga/Carmona /Guillén -"Menú" (OU#4lst1)