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Arto Tuncboyaciyan

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Arto Tunçboyaciyan, percussionist and singer, was born in Turkey in 1957 of Armenian descent of the Anatolian root.

One of his greatest influences of music and life was his brother Onno, musician himself, who encouraged Arto to develop his character not just as a brother but as a friend and as a musician.

At the age of 11, he began his career playing and recording traditional music with his brother establishing himself as a professional musician throughout Turkey and Europe.

Music is a fundamental element of his life, by which he tries to communicate his great values: love, respect and truth.

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Article: Album Review

Human Element: You Are In You

Read "You Are In You" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


Seeking to expand upon the stylistic legacy of Joe Zawinul... Only a group of pretty heavily respected musicians could pull off a mission statement like that. Yet that's pretty much what keyboardist Scott Kinsey, bassist Matthew Garrison, drummer Gary Novak, and percussionist / vocalist Arto Tuncboyaciyan declared when they formed Human Element.

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Article: Catching Up With

Steely Dan's Jon Herington and Jim Beard

Read "Steely Dan's Jon Herington and Jim Beard" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


While keyboardist / producer Jim Beard and guitarist Jon Herington are both solo recording artists with long and varied careers that straddle jazz, rock and beyond, they may be best known these days for being longtime members of Steely Dan's current touring band. They have also been close friends for nearly 40 years. They sat down ...

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Article: Rediscovery

Oregon: In Performance

Read "Oregon: In Performance" reviewed by John Kelman


Oregon In Performance Elektra 1980 Sometimes it's a great experience to hear a live recording where you were actually at the show and can recall some of its most exhilarating moments. In the case of today's Rediscovery, Oregon's In Performance, I was at only one of the dates from which this ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Oregon: Family Tree

Read "Oregon: Family Tree" reviewed by John Kelman


OregonFamily TreeCam Jazz2012Some things change; some things stay the same. As Oregon celebrates its 42nd year of existence with the release of Family Tree, it also reaches another milestone: its longest period of stability. Of course, the group already trumps any other contemporary jazz group, with three of ...

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Human Element

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Released: 2011

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At 2006 BBC Radio 3 Music Awards

Featuring the music of Arto Tuncboyaciyan
Duration: 4:11

Percussionist Arto Tuncboyaciyan performs solo at the At 2006 BBC Radio 3 Music Awards. He's also a member of fusion/world music group Human Element, which released its self-titled debut CD on Abstract Logix earlier in 2011.
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News: Festival

The 18th Istanbul Jazz Festival starts on July 1

The 18th Istanbul Jazz Festival starts on July 1

The 18th Istanbul Jazz Festival, organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, and sponsored for the 14th time by Garanti Bank, will take place between July 1-19. The 18th Istanbul Jazz Festival will again fill the heart of Istanbul with jazz with over 40 concerts and more than 300 local and foreign artists. This ...

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Article: Album Review

Human Element: Human Element

Read "Human Element" reviewed by Ian Patterson


The supergroup sobriquet that label Abstract Logix has placed on Human Element is quite a billing to live up to, but keyboardist Scott Kinsey, bassist Matt Garrison, percussionist/vocalist Arto Tunçboyaciyan and drummer Gary Novak pool their individual talents and rise spectacularly to the challenge. Years of collective experience in the bands of keyboardists Joe Zawinul, Herbie ...

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Article: Album Review

Human Element: Human Element

Read "Human Element" reviewed by John Kelman


Things may not always work out the way they're planned, but that doesn't mean that can't actually work out better. When keyboardist Scott Kinsey began work on the overdue follow-up to his well-received (and equally overdue) debut as a leader, Kinesthetics (Abstract Logix, 2006), the plan was to focus on a small, consistent line-up, as opposed ...


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