Gábor Winand started his musical studies on the clarinet, and then after finishing primary school turned to singing. At the age of 19 he was admitted to the jazz department of the Bartók Béla Conservatory, where his teacher was Attila Garai. After completing the school he soon found himself in the band of Gyula Babos, one of the great personalities of the Hungarian jazz world. After meeting Gábor Gadó in 1990, he started to work with his band Joy, and they made successful appearances at many festivals. Later he often played with the Trio Stendhal, led by the saxophonist László Dés, with the ESP orchestra, led by the trombonist László Goz, and with the pianist György Vukán
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