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Daniel Szabo: Visionary

Read "Visionary" reviewed by Jim Worsley

It takes maybe ten full seconds to be intrigued by Visionary. Pianist, composer, and arranger Daniel Szabo presents a kaleidoscope view of futures integrating a woodwind sextet, string quartet, and a jazz rhythmic section. There is no meeting somewhere in the middle to be found here. Instead, they sublimely merge as an ensemble for an intriguing ride. The subtle nuances of chamber music joined with jazz sensibilities creates a pallet of new colors placed gracefully just in, and ...

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Daniel Szabo: A Song From There

Read "Daniel Szabo: A Song From There" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Some musicians are late bloomers. Others start while most people their age are occupied with finger painting and play-doh; Daniel Szabo belongs to the latter category. The Hungarian-born, Los Angeles-based pianist was playing and composing at the age of four, but that's not so surprising since he grew up in a house with two musician- parents. Szabo had already taken top honors in several international piano competitions by the time he earned his B.A. from the Franz ...

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Daniel Szabo: Contribution

Read "Contribution" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

In the sublime world of Dániel Szabo, invention is the key. This is how the prodigiously talented pianist and composer helps guide his trio and guest, Chris Potter through his challenging compositions on Contribution. Although Szabo likes to retreat to a musical place that is somewhat like a humble hermitage, his is the voice that defines this album; his is the guiding spirit that draws the music from the souls of his ensemble--the astounding, virtuoso bassist, Mátyás Szandai and drummer ...


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