|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Serious Fun + One||11||Audio||2000||CIMP|
|4||Moods And Modes||9||Audio||2011|
|6||Root 70||8||Audio||2001||2nd Floor Edition|
|7||Live 2012||6||Audio||2013-05-00||Carbon Edition|
|8||Free And Tremendous||6||Audio||2014-03-00||Jazzwerkstatt|
Jazz trombonist born 7 November 1972 in Braunschweig, Germany.
Nils began his musical studies at Municipal Conservatory of Braunschweig and at age twelve, joined [b]The German Federal Jazz Orchestra[/b] in 1989. After winning several awards for his solo trombone performances, he receives a scholarship to attend The New School in NYC where he studies the subjects trombone, composition and music arrangement in 1992.
Since that time, Nils has been awarded several jazz prizes and scholarships for his performances, toured abroad and has released material on a regular basis as a bandleader and co-leader of several groups and ensembles which include:
[b][u]Nils Wogram Quintet[/u][/b] with: [a=Kenny Werner], [a=Brad Schoeppach], [a=Doug Weiss] and [a=Owen Howard]
[b][u]Nils Wogram Quartet[/u][/b] with: [a=Simon Nabatov], [a=Dietmar Fuhr]/[a=Nick Thys] and [a=Jochen Rückert].
[url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Root+70]Root 70 Quartet[/url] with: [a=Hayden Chisholm], [a=Matt Penman] and [a=Jochen Rückert].
[b][u]Nostalgia Trio[/u][/b] with: [a=Florian Ross] and [a=Dejan Terzic]
[b][u]Nils Wogram Septet[/u][/b] with: [a=Claudio Puntin], [a=Tilman Ehrhorn], [a=Stephan Meinberg], [a=Steffen Schorrn], [a=Frank Speer] and [a=John Schröder].
[b][u]Duo[/u][/b] with: [a=Simon Nabatov].
[b][u]Duo[/u][/b] with: [a=Conny Bauer].
[b][u]Sextet & Octet[/u][/b] with: [a=Hayden Chisholm], [a=Cuong Vu], [a=Chris Speed], [a=Steffen Schorrn], [a=Simon Nabatov], [a=Henning Sieverts] and [a=Jochen Rückert].
[b][u]Quartet[/u][/b] with: [a=Simon Nabatov], [a=Jochen Rückert] and [a=Henning Sieverts]
In September 2004, Nils Wogram began teaching at Lucerne Music Conservatory.