Laszlo Gardony has come a long way in the world of jazz, and is a critically acclaimed artist who has performed for audiences in 23 countries and has released eight albums. Having studied at Bela Bartok Conservatory and Budapest Science University in his native Hungary, Laszlo went on to study at Berklee College of Music and won first prize at the Great American Jazz Piano Competition. Currently professor of Piano at Berklee, he leads his trio of seven years; bassist John Lockwood and drummer Yoron Israel. He has also performed with the David “Fathead” Newman , Randy Brecker, and the Boston Pops. Currently signed to Sunnyside Records, Laszlo has been recording for over 20 years, and has collaborated with such musicians as Dave Holland, Miroslav Vitous, and Bob Moses. His most recent album featuring his emphatic group (Yoron Israel and John Lockwood) is “Dig Deep” released on Sunnyside Records in 2008.
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