In 1997, Turkish jazz musicians Sarp Maden, Volkan Oktem and Caglayan Yildiz joined forces to form a fusion jazz band, Trio Mrio. Following the release of their self titled-debut, Caglayan Yildiz moved to the Netherlands and was replaced by another talented musician, Alp Ersonmez. Eventually in 2003, young musician Genco Ari was the last piece to complete the musical puzzle. As Trio Mrio extended into Quartet Muartet, the bands celebration for their new sound was of course a new album. In July 2004, Dokuz Parça (Nine Pieces) was released, just to gain the applause of fans and the respect of jazz critics. All band members have their very own style, and each performance is a unique experience to hear jazz, funk, rock and latin grooves blended through their instruments. One dont have to be a jazz fan to enjoy, in a city that welcomes a bit from every part of the world, Quartet Muartets music is the fusion. Quartet Muartet plays regularly at Nardis Jazz Club as well as various festivals and venues. The bands new album is due to be released in spring 2007.

Edited by kozmikmuzik on 11 Mar 2007, 11:12

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