Matyas Gayer is one of the few leading figures in the new generation of jazz musicians and known to be one of a handful of young pianists who is successfully forging his own distinctive style and musical voice out of the greatness of a jazz piano tradition.
Matyas Gayer, the Hungarian pianist, first fell in love with the music at the age of five. Gayer has been showing passion to straight ahead, mainstream jazz and has been already performing on various stages such as Palace of Arts, Budapest since the early teenage years.
Gayer founded his first band and won Hungary’s young talent competition, the Golden Ten Award at the age of 14. Then Gayer started his professional music studies under the tutelage of Karoly Binder, head of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. In 2009 Gayer performed at Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia. Matyas won first prize and was awarded a scholarship to Berklee...