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Eivind Austad

Eivind Austad is a piano/keyboard player living in Bergen, Norway. He has got a bachelor´s degree in jazz performance from the jazz department (Jazzlinja) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim (NTNU) and a Master´s degree in Music teaching from Bergen University College (Hib). He has been working as a freelance musician since the mid 1990´s and has worked in a variety of different musical settings with many well known artists. His main jazz projects are his own trio, Eivind Austad Trio and the jazz quartet Living Space, fronted by the great saxophone player Kjetil Møster. A list of other freelance projects he is doing includes work with the multi-artist Ole Hamre, different kinds of theater work, band gigs in all genres and accompanist work as an accompanist for singers and choirs

Northbound

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: 7 Souls; Space Oddity; Northbound; Open Minded; Beyond the 7th Ward; Folk; Down That Road; Faith.

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3x3: Piano Trios: August 2019

Read "3x3: Piano Trios: August 2019" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Yoko Miwa Trio Keep Talkin' Ocean Blue Tear Music 2019 When Yoko Miwa and her trio-mates get to talking, it's no wonder they only want to keep going and going. Their playful bantering elevates everything on offer here, from a couple venerable standards through a handful of playful originals showing the ...

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Various Artists: The Magic & The Mystery Of The Piano Trio: Ballads & Lullabies

Read "The Magic & The Mystery Of The Piano Trio: Ballads & Lullabies" reviewed by John Ephland

It's rare that a collection of songs that stay the course with a theme from track to track can hold interest. Especially when the tunes are so spare in execution, essentially simple love songs, performed by a collection of trios who maintain distinct musical personalities. Such is the case with The Magic And The Mystery.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Various Artists: The Magic & The Mystery Of The Piano Trio: Ballads & Lullabies

Read "The Magic & The Mystery Of The Piano Trio: Ballads & Lullabies" reviewed by John Ephland

It's rare that a collection of songs that stay the course with a theme from track to track can hold interest. Especially when the tunes are so spare in execution, essentially simple love songs, performed by a collection of trios who maintain distinct musical personalities. Such is the case with The Magic And The Mystery.


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