A graduate from the Béla Bartók Conservatory and Franz Liszt Music School (the latter which he became a faculty member in 2000), Budapest indigenous Kálmán Oláh is definitely impressing jazz aficionados world-wide with his very own particular design, which blends jointly components of Hungarian folk and traditional music into even more traditional jazz structures. Along with his Trio Midnight, which he were only available in 1990, Oláh provides released a small number of albums, but as a single pianist he in addition has recorded materials and won many tournaments. It 2003, with help from bassist János Egri, drummer Ferenc Nemeth, and vocalist Irén Lovász, Oláh released Contrasts + Parallels, while for 2007’s Generally, his U.S. debut, he decided famed players Jack port DeJohnette and Ron McClure to back again him, a mixture that resulted in a more simple realization of jazz, including over the title monitor, which gained him the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Composers Competition in 2006.
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