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Beautiful compositions and highly energetic jazz improvisations, led by Austrian-born pianist and trumpeter Michael Kahr. 'â¦Kahrâs sparkling eloquence, matched by bullet-proof technique. His arrival here is our gain, definitely.' Shane Nichols, "The Austr

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Michael Kahr Quartetâ¦

with ewald oberleitner, a pioneer of the austrian jazz scene, klemens pliem and dusan novakov, michael kahr has selected an excellent cast for his album âstoriesâ. the pianistâs multilayered original compositions, which here can also be heard on the trumpet and flugelhorn, allow the musicians ample scope for improvisations and provide an exciting and varied listening experience.

musicians: michael kahr/piano, trumpet, flugelhorn; klemens pliem/tenor saxophone; ewald oberleitner/acoustic bass; dusan novakov/drums, percussion;


Michael Kahr has a strong background in jazz piano and studied with John Taylor and Mike Nock among others. He has performed with distinguished jazz artists such as Ed Thigpen and Bobby Shew at clubs and festivals throughout Europe, USA, America, Africa and Australia and he was a Betty Carter Jazz Ahead resident at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. in 2005.

He is currently involved in PhD studies funded by research grants at the University of Sydney. Michael Kahr teaches at the Jazz Department of the University of Music in Graz/Austria. His research interests include jazz theory and analysis. He will be a presenter at the International Jazz Research Conference 2007 held by the International Jazz Research Society in Graz.



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Born in Austria, Michael has graced our shores on several occasions now, and his exceptional piano skills were well appreciated by the Dungeon Jazz audience. Maybe we could hope to see the Michael Kahr Quartet in the future. Check out his website www.michaelkahr.com.
Jill Fraser, Dungeon Jazz Committee Newsletter, Australia, 03.2007

Itâs tempting to think there is a European lightness to this jazz, though it lacks nothing in drive or energy- check out the heated round of solos â¦
Shane Nichols, "The Australian Financial Review", 06.12.2002.

Kahrâs writing has the quality of freshness and vitality while working within the paradigm of what we think of as mainstreamâ¦
Shane Nichols, http://www.allaboutjazz.com/articles/down1202.htm, 02.12.2002.

â¦Kahrâs sparkling eloquence, matched by bullet-proof technique. His arrival here is our gain, definitely.
Shane Nichols, "The Australian Financial Review", 06.12.2002.

â¦the pianist demonstrates his technical ability as well as an intense, focused flow of ideas
Andreas Felber. âConcertoâ, Austria, Feb/March 2003.

Michael Kahr is not only a good pianist but also a very talented trumpet and flugelhorn player.
Bak. âJazzzeitâ, Austria, April 2003.

Michael Kahrâ¦grooves, or tries his hand at a jazz mambo in an accomplished way.
Bak. âJazzzeitâ, Austria, April 2003.

Consequently, the Michael Kahr Quartet proves its versatility and this is worth hearing. Graz is still going strong concerning the leading role in Austrian jazz.
Bak. âJazzzeitâ, Austria, April 2003.

Stories is an auspicious début from Austrian pianist/horn player Michael Kahr, who now spends much of his time in Sydney, Australia, and is making his mark on the vibrant scene there. Having studied with both British pianist John Taylor and New Zealander Mike Nock, one would expect to hear a confluence of European impressionism and a solid rooting in the American tradition, and thatâs exactly what you get.
John Kelman, âJazzReview.comâ, Canada, January 2004.

â¦the young pianist and trumpeter echoes the old masterâs (Joe Zawinul) sense of originality and ingenuity on this varied and daring mix of tunes that will grab the attention of any discerning jazz fan.
John Stevenson, âEjazzNews.comâ, London, UK, January 2004

This is a group who takes you on an exploration to the source, essence, and meaning of jazz.
George W. Carroll, Florida USA, January 2004


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