Dagobert Böhm was born in Mannheim, Germany in 1959, a city known for its tremendous wealth of musical tradition. He attended the Waldorf schools in Freiburg and Schloss Hamborn, Germany, studying music and the ancient acoustical art of violin making. His interest in the classical music of east India was the reason for making his own sitar. At the age of 16 he began to perform his affective guitar style, in local clubs and folk festivals.
Böhm’s first LP, “Sound of Wood” released in 1982, earned extravagant praise from the critics. “Acoustic Moods” (Delta/Jazzline) released in ’87 found an exited audience. From Japan up to USA and Canada, critics agree in the quality of his music.
His Production “Morning Flight” was elected as one of the 5 best instrumental productions of the year 1993 in Spain.
In this year “Acoustic Moods” was re-released on Delta’s Laserlight label with worldwide distribution.
The constant work with his Hungarian/German WorldJazz project Acoustic Unit, with the top players Tony Lakatos, soprano sax and Kornel Horvath, percussion led to the CD release “Acoustic Unit” in 1998.
Between september 1995 until november 2002 he was working in various cities all over Europe from Budapest, Rome, Frankfurt up to Bornholm on the CD project dago - sounds for a blue planet together with Steven Toeteberg, Zoltán Lantos, Tony Lakatos, Kornél Horváth; Béla Lattmann, Markus Reuter, Tokunbo Akinro, Maria Hiorth Peterson, Soluna Samay, angua crash and others.
In 1999 he founded his own record label Ozella Music with publishing company Edition Ozella and started to concentrate in the field of music production.
He did a CD production for the Bavarian TV (Think Myworld) and in 2003 Trio Bravo+ People on a Sunday and the four CD Edition MORNING-NOON-EVENING-NIGHT which are getting fantastic critiques.