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Michel Reis Quartet - Luxembourg Jazz Meeting 12-14.09.2014
Stefan Karl Schmid (sax)
Robert Landfermann (bass)
Jonas Burgwinkel (drums)
Pianist and Composer Michel Reis, started his musical training at an early age in Luxembourg at the Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg.To further his musical training, Reis moved to Boston, MA to study at Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory of Music, obtaining first a Bachelor’s and then a Master’s degree in jazz piano and composition. During his training in Boston, Reis studied, worked and performed with Joe Lovano, Danilo Perez, Dave Holland, George Garzone, Ran Blake, Frank Carlberg, Esperanza Spalding, Hal Crook and Greg Hopkins. In 2010, Reis participated in the ASCAP Foundation Workshop in Memory of Buddy Baker, led by film composers Bruce Broughton, Mark Snow, Ira Newborn and David Spear, with whom he has remained a part-time student.
In 2005, Reis was a finalist in the First Moscow Competition for Jazz Performers. A year later, he took second prize at the Montreux Jazz Solo Piano Competition.
Reis is a tremendous pianist with classical chops, and maybe even a better composer, possessing a clear, expansive vision. Point of No Return shows off both sides of this exciting artist. – Frank Alkyer – Downbeat Magazine
Reis is a musical storyteller – Dan McCleneghan, All About Jazz Michel Reis is a very exceptional pianist and composer – Joe Lovano
Michel Reis is a musician of outstanding talent, discipline and seriousness. – Danilo Perez
Michel Reis has an unique jazz piano sound, and his place in the realm of jazz pianists is assured. – Lee Prosser – Jazzreview