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PETR KALFUS (saxophones) Born on August 27, 1983 in Prague, Czech Republic. In 2007 he finished his studies at Jazz Faculty of Jaroslav Jezek’s College in Prague under professors Frantisek Kop and Rostislav Fras. He also took part in private sessions with Bedrich Smarda and Martin Plachy. Petr is one of the establishing members of Infinite Quintet.

Current projects

Longterm: Infinite quintet,Petr Kalfus sextet, Bucinatores sextet and ORCHESTRA,POINTS OKTET, Prague Big band, BRIAN CHARRETTE SEXTETTE, Kalfus Wroblewski Project, Kalfus Dolezal Quartet, LINKS, Mark Aanderud Quartet, Occasional: Milan Svoboda Prague big band, Veleband, Roman Pokorný, Ondrej Pivec, Organic quartet, SOUNDCOLOR, Zuzana Dumková band, Gustav Brom Bigband, St. Blaise Bigband, WrgHa POWU, 4Step and others

Previous projects & cooperation

Nukleární Vokurky, Dnes Jazz, Mantis, Lenka Dusilová, Roman Pokorný, Yvonne Sanchez, Lukáš Martínek, Eva Svobodová, Václav Kozel, Divadlo Státní konzervatore, Žižkovské divadlo, Matúš Jakabcic (Slovakia), Luboš Šrámek (Slovakia), Jure Pukl(Slovenia)

Significant Festivals and Competitions

Czech Republic: Junior Jazz, Jazz Goes to town, Prerovský jazzový festival, Jazzlabí ve Vrchlabí, Trutnov Jazzinec, Jazz na Hrade, Jazz na Ulici/Jazz in Street, Plzen, Ceské Hrady and many more.. International: Linz Pflasterspektakel (Austria), Afyon Jazzfestival (Turkey), Moers Festival 2008 (Germany), SWINGING EUROPE & EUROPEAN JAZZ ORCHESTRA Tour 2008 (Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg)

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Album Speak Slowly by Petr Kalfus

Speak Slowly

Animal Music
2009

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