Marton Juhasz Quartet feat. Sergio Wagner & Szymon Mika (ARG/POL/USA/HUN)

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Date(s) - 22/09/2019
20:00 - 23:00

Tunnel Vienna Live


Der international anerkannte Schlagzeuger Marton Juhasz hat bereits mit vielen Größen des Jazz gearbeitet, z.B. mit Lionel Loueke, Wolfgang Muthspiel, Gilad Hekselman & Perico Sambeat. 2017 hatte Marton die Gelegenheit, beim ersten Focusyear Ensemble in Basel mitzuspielen – ein einjähriges, künstlerisches Programm, in dem er unter Anleitung einiger der angesehensten Namen des heutigen Jazz auftrat: Guillermo Klein, Jeff Ballard, Django Bates, Theo Bleckmann, Avishai Cohen, Larry Grenadier, Dave Holland, Lionel Loueke, Adrian Mears, Joshua Redman, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Gwilym Simcock, Becca Stevens, Steve Swallow & Mark Turner.

Sein im Februar erschienenes Album ‚Discovery‘ wurde sowohl von Kritikern, als auch vom Publikum gelobt:

“An energetic and finely balanced album, that blends eight individual voices into an intelligent compositional web.” Wolfgang Muthspiel

“I left my week in Basel with Marton Juhasz appreciative of his considerable artistry as a drummer, but unaware that he is also a composer and bandleader of such accomplishment. ‘Discovery’ changes that – this is a finely crafted recording of inspired writing, to which the band responds with skill and passion.” Steve Swallow

“Discovery is a perfect album..” Krzysztof Komorek, Donos Kulturalny

“it’s jazz with grit, with sadness and unsettling energy, and it captivates” Stereo Stickman

“If this is the product of being in the workshop, we can have high expectations regarding the upcoming premiere. 4.5/5″ Kornél Zipernovszky, Magyar Narancs

“The album is full of strong ideas. 93%” Jan Hocek,

“The genius and the promise of this young man drips from every note on Discovery.” Marc Phillips, Part-Time Audiophile

“Tasteful and meticulous arrangements with interwoven rhythms and wordless singing with a real sense of freedom.”
Andreas Lagercrantz,

“Moving nimbly en masse through transitions such as that on “The Curve,” the musicians issue statements through the respective instruments that are invariably articulate, carefully punctuated for maximum emphasis, the end result of which invites close concentrated listenings to exact the details.” Doug Collette, All About Jazz

“Some of the songs have a lyrical starting point but quickly develop enormous momentum. Then there are gorgeous mood pieces such as the mysterious and intense ‘Wolves gather under a winter moon’. Like I said: a Discovery” Ssirus W. Pakzad, JazzThing

“Instruments and voice merge into a satisfying whole. (…) Warm sound waves surround the listener until the last note.” Ferdinand Dupuis-Panther,
Sergio Wagner – Trompete
Szymon Mika – Guitar
Danny Ziemann – Upright Bass
Marton Juhasz – Drums

Stream ‚Discovery‘: