Härter, Yelfris Valdés, Cesar Correa, Joe Haider, Linsey Alexander, Divertimento, Christy Doran's New Bag, Roberto Koch, DJ Bobo, Nolosé (support Havanna D'Primera), Miss Saigon Musical (Westend Production).
His interest in the diversity of the music of our world is fundamental for numerous international activities:
Tours with Fischermanns Orchestra through Europe, the Balkans, Colombia and Bolivia with four major tour movie productions. After a trip to Senegal with percussionist Mory Samb he produced recordings with him and the afro beat band Journey to Ouagadougou. In 2015 he started collaboration with guitarist Tjoe Man Cheung. Together they founded the band NTBM and toured in Hong Kong and China in 2016. In the same year they recorded an album in London.
For his own band Bodo Maier Jazz Quintet he composed music and had the opportunity to perform at several festivals in Europe. He will release his album in 2019.
Further on he played 2 years in the Christoph Walter Orchestra, worked as a musical trumpeter (Monty Phython's Spamalot, Miss Saigon, Zürich) and jazz concerts in various formations.
A tour through Brazil with Underschool Element in 2009 causes cooperation with various Brazilian musicians, so that he was able to found the Bodo Maier Brasil Quartet in 2013, with the renowned musicians Mauro Martins, Floriano Inácio Jr., Herbie Kopf. Recordings and videos have been published.
Jazzpreis Luzern 2014 (Fischermanns Orchestra)
Aargauer Kuratorium Artist Residency - London, UK 2015
He studied with Axel Schlosser, Peter Schaerli, Lars Lindvall, Nat Su, Steve Coleman, Markus Würsch (Hochschule Luzern - Musik), Bert Joris (Hochschule der Künste Bern), Matthieu Michel (Hochschule für Musik - Basel), Daniel Schenker, Laurent Tinguely (Zürcher Hochschule der Künste)
Bodo Maier (born in 1985) has played the trumpet since the age of 8. When he was 10 years old, he started to deal intensively with jazz and improvisation. After 5 years of studies at the Hochschule Luzern - Musik he graduated successfully with a Master of Arts in Music Education in June 2011.
Cooperation with: Raul de Souza, Delinquent Habits, Matthias Rüegg [Vienna Art Orchestra], Elliot Randall [Steely Dan], London Blusion, Joseph Bowie, Brassroots, Patrick Alan [Motown Revue], Django Bates, Peter Evans,
George Anderson [Shakatak], David Liebman, Barry Guy, St. Petersburg Improvisers Orchestra, Aaron Liddard [Amy Winehouse], Sid Gauld, Francesco Mendolia [Incognito], Harald