Oleg Kireyev is an internationally recognized musician. He is touring a lot, being in minds since long ago and being loved by people both locally and overseas. He posted his name on most innovative and provocative international jazz projects. His creative ideas are vast, from mainstream and ethno to jazz rock and world music. “Incredibly good, soft, enthusiastic, stylish and top notch” that is what musical critics say about the voice of his saxophone.
February 16, 2010
Saxophonist Oleg Kireyev and Pianist Keith Javors Debut New Project...
October 04, 2009
Oleg Kireyev and Nicolas Bearde Quartet, Yoshis Jazz Club, Oakland,...
September 24, 2009
Oleg Kireyev and Keith Javors at the Smalls Jazz Club (NYC) on...
April 09, 2009
Artists Oleg Kireyev and Keith Javors at the Iridium Jazz Club (NYC) on...
August 07, 2008
Oleg Kireyev with Feng Shui Jazz Theatre @ The Iridium
August 06, 2008
Oleg Kireyev with the Keith Javors Trio at Blues Alley Jazz Club
August 06, 2008
Oleg Kireyev with the Keith Javors Trio at Chris' Jazz Cafe
February 20, 2008
Oleg Kireyev and the Feng Shui Jazz Theatre in U.S. Premier at New...
February 04, 2008
Oleg Kireyev and "The Feng Shui Jazz Theater" in U.S. Premier April 26,...
Oleg's playing is a marvelous combination of styles,
incorporating a whole lot of players. I hear echoes of the
1920’s and John Coltrane combined with the unstructured
jazz. Bud Shank, musician , USA .
What's cool (to me, at least) about the result is how
unabashed the band is in swinging genuinely hard on chestnut
exotica like Puerto Rican-born Ellington trombonist Juan
Tizol's Caravan, which Kireyev turned to as an encore, and
seems born to blow, dervish-like. Howard Mandel, president
of the Jazz Journalists Association, USA
A Russian sax player with a reputation for hard swing and
high excitement... The Express and Star, GBR.
The musician performing looked like a priest of a strange
music patronizing God