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Matthias Bublath

Matthias Bublath is a pianist, organist and composer/arranger.

He has performed around the globe on many festivals and events such as: Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland),Kora Awards Johannesburg (South Africa) and The Kennedy Center Of The Performing Arts (Washington DC) to name a few. He has toured extensively in the US, Europe and Japan playing piano, organ and keys with his own group and a lot of different bands.

Currently he is performing at jazz clubs around NYC, composing and arranging for various ensembles including full orchestra and recording for film and television. Being a versatile keyboardist he is also in full command of the Hammond B3 organ and performs regularly with his organ trio and a bassless funk quartet.

Since moving to NYC he has performed with Lenny Picket, Mike Clark Lionel Loueke, Bobby Sanabria, Frank Lacy, Candido Camero, Reuben Wilson and others.

Besides his jazz, R&B, gospel and funk influences Matthias is also a specialist for Brazilian and Afro-Cuban piano styles and always searching for new ways to play.

With his "Acoustic Trio" a band consisting of piano, flute and percussion he expands into world music combining all kinds of musical influences and creating a unique group sound.

His first CD, Matthias Bublath Band, was released in 2006 and features a piano trio and an organ quartet. His second CD was released in November 2007 and features his Latin influenced compositions.

Eight Cylinder Bigband

Label: Enja Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Bigband Intro Joint; Matight Intro; Nice Green Bo; Eight Cylinder; Gospel Song; Home Cookin'; Return to the Source; Dump the Goose; Sad Belt; Mr. Scales; Outro Blow; Bolero.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthias Bublath: Eight Cylinder Bigband

Read "Eight Cylinder Bigband" reviewed by Edward Blanco

German pianist and Hammond B3 organist Matthias Bublath realizes a long-held passion of recording his own big-band and so, after eleven albums to date, Eight Cylinder Bigband finally comes to the fore in splashy audacious fashion, encompassing a musical spectrum which ranges from blues, gospel and soul/funk to Afro-Caribbean flavors documented on twelve swinging compositions. The ...

ARTICLE: TALKING 2 MUSICIANS

Matthias Bublath

Read "Matthias Bublath" reviewed by Alan Bryson

Matthias Bublath is a composer, pianist, organist, and keyboardist based in jny: Munich, Germany. After graduating from the Berklee College of Music in jny: Boston, he lived in jny: New York City for several years honing his skills before returning to his native Munich in 2009. During those years in New York he forged musical bonds ...

Oceans

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Ocean Sunfish; Black Hole Sun; Whalewatch; Como Un Bolero; Pocket; Flood; Wasserburg; Let's Fetz; Opener; Hectivity; Sweet Melody.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthias Bublath: Oceans

Read "Oceans" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Pianist Matthias Bublath works at the crossroads where consistency and diversity meet; the consistency comes with his sound, vision and personnel choices while the diversity connects to the type(s) of music he presents. For Oceans, the German-born, New York-based pianist reconvened the same quintet that birthed his prior album, the highly enjoyable Harvest ...

Harvest On The Moon

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: Harvest On The Moon; African Boogie; ¡Digame!; Amambaia; Bigfoot; Jazzschool; Night Shift; Der Wurm; Homenaje; El Barrio; Flor De Lino.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthias Bublath: Harvest On The Moon

Read "Harvest On The Moon" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Musicians and farmers may have far different day-to-day routines, but they have at least one thing in common: when their work reaches full maturation, it must be harvested for public consumption. Those digesting the end result of their hard work may not think twice about how it ends up in their hands, but they know the ...

NEWS: INTERVIEW

Vibraphonist Tim Collins Interviewed at All About Jazz!

Vibraphonist Tim Collins Interviewed at All About Jazz!

Tim Collins likes to mix it up. It starts at home; the vibraphonist is married to a successful concert violinist and is intimately connected to the world of classical music. Recording with pianist Matthias Bublath, Collins has also worked with guitarist Charlie Hunter, who produced his second album, mixing rock, jazz, and string quartets. He seeks ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Tim Collins: Mixing It Up

Read "Tim Collins: Mixing It Up" reviewed by Alan Bryson

Tim Collins likes to mix it up. It starts at home; the vibraphonist is married to a successful concert violinist and is intimately connected to the world of classical music. Recording with pianist Matthias Bublath, Collins has also worked with guitarist Charlie Hunter, who produced his second album, mixing rock, jazz, and string quartets. He seeks ...


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