music of the quartet is based on classical music, authentic and modern
jazz, while its maintaining the traditions of these styles. The
members are working on something new and unique, while reflecting the
moods of every member. They combine lyrical melody with modern
band was formed in the summer of 2017 while they were working
together in a theatre play. Their goal was to take part in Jazz Combo
Competition organized by Hungarian Jazz Federation, but they
realised, that their musical ideas are pretty much the same. They
hope that this band is the beginning of something new not only for
them, but for their audience, too. The band won the third place at the Lauerate World Jazz Competition in 2018.
Tamás Kovács - guitar, composer
Birth: 1992.10.23. Szekszard
He started his musical education in 2009 as a classical guitar student thought by Miklos Pal Kornyei. He was later introduced to jazz by Gabor Szalay. Later, he became a stundent of Matyas Toth and Marton Fenyvesi. In 2017 he got accepted to the Franz Liszt Academy of Music as a jazz guitarist. Now he learns guitar from Gyula Babos, Laszlo Attila and Sandor Horanyi.
Gear: Ibanez LGB 30 YVS jazz guitar, Neunaber Seraphim effect, Wampler Dual Fusion overdrive, MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay, Fender Vibrolux Reverb 1979 amplifier.
Vadász Gellért - alto saxophone, flute
Birth: 1995.04.18. Budapest
He started to learn music at Béla Bartók Conservatory of Music in Békéscsaba, taught by János Soós. From 2013 to 2016 he was studying at Béni Egressy Conservatory of Music in Budapest as a student of Csaba Tűzkő. From 2016 to 2018 he went to Béla Bartók Conservatory taught by Gábor Kollmann. From 2018 he countinues his studies at the Franz Liszt University of Music as a student of István Elek, and Mihály Borbély.
Classical competitions: In 2006 he won the second, in 2009 and 2012 he won the first prizes at Woodwind Competition in Békés County. In 2010 he won the third prize at the 4th Hungarian Saxophone Competition in Pomáz.
Jazz competitions: In 2013 he won the Golden Prize at Popular Music Competition of Wind Instruments in Békés County in Orosháza. At the same competition he also got another golden prize in band category as a member of a band from Békéscsaba. In 2016 at Jazz Competition of Dezső Ablakos Lakatos he got the third prize with the band of Egressy Béni Conservatory.
Gear: Schagerl Model 66 alto saxophone, D'addario D7M mouthpiece, Francois Louis ligature.
Tamás Gyányi - upright bass, bass guitar
Birth: 1997.04.29. Budapest
He got introduced to jazz in 2010 by Kovacs Balint, who taught him jazz guitar at Egressy Beni Music School. A few years later he changed his instrument to bass guitar, and also started to learn playing on the upright bass. From 2016 he learns both instrument from Jozsef „Pluto” Horvath, and upright bass from Tibor Csuhaj-Barna. Since 2019 he continues his studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music.
Gear: Upright bass, made by Csaba Novak, Thomastik Spirocore strings, David Gage Realist pickup, Fender Jazz Bass, Gallien-Krueger Backline 600 amplifier head, Ashdown ABM 210 cabinet .
Tamás Izsó - drums
Birth: 1995.10.07. Budapest
He started his musical education in the Dohnanyi Erno Music School Music in 2006, learning from Gacsaly Robert. Later he continued his education in the Egressy Beni Music School where he learnt from Andras Mohay, Csaba Pusztai, Hunor Szabo, Elemer Balazs. From 2019 he studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music as a student of Gyorgy Jeszenszky and Akos Benko.
Gear: Zildjian Avedis cymbals, Slingerland drum set.
In 2016 at Jazz Competition of Dezső Ablakos Lakatos he got the third prize with the band of Egressy Béni Conservatory.
Piller Márton - piano
Birth: 1996.05.06. Hatvan
He started his musical studies while being in elementary school, at the Albert Kocsis School of Music. After 6 years of classical training, he got accepted to the Bartók Béla Conservatory of Music in Miskolc, where he learnt the basics of jazz playing with István Bundzik. In 2012 he started learning in the Snétberger Talent Center, where he learnt from Béla Szakcsi Lakatos Jr. and Péter Rozsnyói. He got accepted to the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 2017, where he continues his studies with Kálmán Oláh.
Gear: Yamaha MOXF8