Support All About Jazz All About Jazz needs your help and we have a deal. For $20, we'll hide those pesky Google ads that appear on every page, plus this box and the slideout box on the right for a full year!


I want to help

Roberto Magris

Born in Trieste (Italy) in 1959 Roberto Magris began his jazz career in the late ‘70s. Since then Mr. Magris has recorded 27 albums with his own groups and has played concerts in 41 different countries in Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Australia, also performing at several top jazz festivals and jazz clubs in the world, including “Catalina Jazz Club” in Hollywood, “The Blue Room” in Kansas City, “The Jazz Bakery” in Los Angeles, “Porgy & Bess” in Vienna, “Unterfahrt” in Munich, “Agharta”, “Reduta” and “Jazz Dock” in Prague, “Muniak Jazz Club” in Krakow, “Jazz Club Gajo” in Ljubljana, “B.P

Read more
About Roberto Magris’ style, jazz critic Ira Gitler wrote: “as a pianist he reflects some of his most admired models - Wynton Kelly, Tommy Flanagan, Bill Evans, Kenny Drew, Jaki Byard, Randy Weston, McCoy Tyner, Andrew Hill, Paul Bley, Don Pullen and Steve Kuhn (a varied group indeed) - in his own way. There is a quick, supple right hand and the rich harmonies of the two-handed transitions in his playing that don’t necessarily summon up instant comparisons to any of the above or others.”

72 Photos

Albums

Videos

Similar

George Kahn George Kahn
piano
Jeremy Pelt Jeremy Pelt
trumpet
James Moody James Moody
reeds
Greg Murphy Greg Murphy
piano
Grant Stewart Grant Stewart
sax, tenor
Idit Shner Idit Shner
saxophone
Joe Magnarelli Joe Magnarelli
trumpet
Steve Carter Steve Carter
guitar

Premium Profiles

Behn Gillece Behn Gillece
vibraphone
Chris Abelen Chris Abelen
trombone
Phil Allen Phil Allen
trombone
LJ Folk LJ Folk
vocalist
Thomas Steffen Thomas Steffen
arranger
Sal La Rocca Sal La Rocca
bass, acoustic
Norman David Norman David
saxophone
Rob Reddy Rob Reddy
saxophone
William Mentz William Mentz
vocalist
Ken Field Ken Field
sax, alto
Greg Poppleton Greg Poppleton
vocalist

All About Vince Guaraldi!

An exclusive opportunity for All About Jazz readers to participate in the celebration of a jazz legend.