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Matthias Bublath

Matthias Bublath is a pianist, organist and composer/arranger.

He has performed around the globe on many festivals and events such as: Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland),Kora Awards Johannesburg (South Africa) and The Kennedy Center Of The Performing Arts (Washington DC) to name a few. He has toured extensively in the US, Europe and Japan playing piano, organ and keys with his own group and a lot of different bands.

Currently he is performing at jazz clubs around NYC, composing and arranging for various ensembles including full orchestra and recording for film and television. Being a versatile keyboardist he is also in full command of the Hammond B3 organ and performs regularly with his organ trio and a bassless funk quartet.

Since moving to NYC he has performed with Lenny Picket, Mike Clark Lionel Loueke, Bobby Sanabria, Frank Lacy, Candido Camero, Reuben Wilson and others.

Besides his jazz, R&B, gospel and funk influences Matthias is also a specialist for Brazilian and Afro-Cuban piano styles and always searching for new ways to play.

With his “Acoustic Trio” a band consisting of piano, flute and percussion he expands into world music combining all kinds of musical influences and creating a unique group sound.

His first CD, Matthias Bublath Band, was released in 2006 and features a piano trio and an organ quartet. His second CD was released in November 2007 and features his Latin influenced compositions.

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