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Bálint Gyémánt

Bálint Gyémánt is one of the most outstanding and versatile guitarists of the Hungarian music scene, constantly exploring new genres and new styles. He was the first Hungarian student ever to receive a scholarship to the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. Bálint graduated at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in 2008 as a jazz guitarist and professor of music, and received a Master's degree in 2012.
 
 As a composer and guitarist, his current projects include electronic trio Bin-Jip, his duo with vocalist Veronika Harcsa, the Transform Quintet, and his brand new jazz power trio called Gyémánt Bálint Trio

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European Jazz Conference 2015: Hungarian Showcases

Read "European Jazz Conference 2015: Hungarian Showcases" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Budapest Music Center European Jazz Conference Hungarian Showcases Budapest, Hungary September, 24-27, 2015 The European Jazz Conference is a step forward for pan-European cooperation and collaboration. What was formerly the General Assembly of the Europe Jazz Network (EJN), became the European Jazz Conference from 2014. It is now also opened to ...


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