Martin Schulzendorf / Resident DJ Cinchona Bar

Every Friday and Saturday evening from 7.30pm, the DJs of Tablerockers will provide an atmosphere to encourage the guests to dance.
The DJs harmonize and interact musically as conferenciers in order to experience a great time together with our guests. True to our motto "Highballs & Music".

Behind Schulzendorf is a crazy and warm-hearted guy from the eastern part of Germany, who knows how to get the audience into a dancing mood with the help of a fine and concise selection from disco to Chicago House. During his personal journey through various stations in Germany, he found his way to Stuttgart and was always accompanied by his musical passion. Arriving in the south he lived his love for black gold and was often to be found in the most famous record shops in Europe. In 2017 Martin moved his life to Zurich and since then he has been thrilling audiences in Switzerland with positive vibes.

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