Gábor Csordás Trio

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Gábor Csordás Trio

Gábor Csordás (p), Vince Bartók (b), Adonisz Fábry (dr)

Contemporary acoustic jazz-fusion

About their first album “Chasing a Dream” :

The album is a collection of compositions that are adventurous and
emotional. Sometimes moody and lingering, sometimes more
unexpected and sudden changes are waiting for the listener. The music
is often high-energy and improvisations end in climaxes to create
emotional moments. The music is exploring a wide variety of styles from
mainstream jazz to more groove based forms, from more melodic based,
european sounding concepts to neo-soul/wonky moods and even a
highlight 12-minute disco improvisation „Fresh“. Gábor’s improvisational
style often arches over long chord progressions building up to a climax.
He is also often using grooves, wamps or other rhythmic looping devices
to move away from the less percussive european jazz concept towards a
golden balance between dynamism and melody.

Bios of players:

Gábor Csordás: A versatile pianist based in Budapest. Mostly known for
his jazz albums, he has released 5 original albums since 2019, with 3
new releases coming in 2022. With his international band he has toured
in Japan in 2019, and besides composing and playing jazz, he has also
enjoyed success as a film soundtrack composer, receiving the first prize
at the prestigious Bujtor film festival for his soundtrack of the
documentary “Egodetox”. He is also working with singers and other
artists as a producer, and composer.

Vince Bartók Graduated from the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy Budapest,
he is one of the most wanted bassists of Hungary, playing and recording
with Tamás Balogh, Mário Rafael, Bálint Gyémánt, Péter Szendőfi, Zita
Gereben, Margó, Indigó and Szilva Péter Szabó.

Adonisz Fábry: A student of the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy. His
teachers include András Mohay, Federico Malaman, Dániel Serei and
Tamás Geröly. His style is a fusion of jazz and rock, he got international
recognition with his band DAS Trió playing fusion jazz-rock.