Born in 1990 in France, Musina Ebobissé is exposed to music quite early by a supportive musical family. He begins playing the saxophone at 8, entering a music focused program at the Strasbourg Conservatory.
He enters the Jazz Department of the Strasbourg Conservatory in 2008.
Concurrently with his jazz studies, he completes a bachelor’s degree in sociology, at the University of Strasbourg in 2012.
As a teenager and until his early twenties, Musina is involved in the Strasbourg musical scene and featured in different projects.

In 2013, Musina enters the Jazz Institut Berlin, where he studies with Peter Weniger, John Hollenbeck, Jim Black, Kurt Rosenwinkel and Greg Cohen among others. Benefiting from the vivid Berlin jazz scene, he performs in a variety of musical contexts.

He is currently leading two bands (quintet and quartet). As a side man, he has played, toured and recorded with various artists such as Ganna, Olga Amelchenko, Ozma, James Morrisson, Electro Deluxe Big Band, Thomas de Pourquery, Joko, Kemaca Kinetic, Hans Anselm Big Band, and others. He has played in renowned international festivals and jazz clubs all over Europe.

In 2018, he wins the 2nd prize of the International Jazz Composition Contest of Katowice.

He released his quintet debut album “Timeprints” on Double Moon Records in 2019 as part of the JazzThing Next Generation Serie. It receives very positives echoes from the press and the album is nominated at the Deutsche Jazz Preis 2021 in the category “Best Debut Album”.

His second album “Engrams” comes out on the 31rst of march 2023 on the label Jazzdor Series.