Leader / Co-Leader

Matyas & Matyas Piano Duo

Mátyás Gayer and Mátyás Bartha established their inspiring combo in 2016. They push their musical boundaries to present emotionally moving entertainment. Audiences have the rare opportunity to participate in a concert where two pianists play simultaneously on separate instruments.

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the coquette jazz band

In 2016 Mátyás Papp and Mátyás Bartha formed The Coquette Jazz Band to bring back the golden age of jazz to audiences across Europe.  

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matyas bartha trio

This is the first jazz group led by Mátyás Bartha. The band was formed in 2010 in Graz, Austria, to play jazz standards arranged by Bartha as well as original compositions.

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Elina Viluma

& Matyas Bartha 

Cooperation since 2010 between singer Elina Viluma and piano player Matyas Bartha has been an adventure of music exploration. While much of their work consists of vocal-piano duos, invited guests on guitar and bass often enhance their shows.

Matyas Bartha Trio

featuring Pol Omedes

Pol Omedes’ connection with Matyas Bartha started in 2015. This quartet, full of elegance, joy and swing, presents new tunes, forgotten jazz songs and arrangements containing traditional Hungarian church melodies.


Original Storyville Jazzband

The Original Storyville Jazzband has been an integral part of the traditional Viennese jazz scene for over 60 years and is one of Europe's leading New Orleans jazz bands. Participation in many jazz festivals in Germany and abroad, traveling through half of Europe, to Africa and to New Orleans as well as performances with many star guests in the Viennese Jazzland are highlights in the history of the ensemble.

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Eduard Luis

EDUARD LUIS was born in Graz/Austria and has lived there for more than 20 years as a freelance musician playing 7 different instruments in 5 bands. He has also worked as a presenter, conductor, singer, vocalist and teacher. Since 2004, the graduated pedagogue has worked as a teacher at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz.

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Daniel Cacija

Even before the release of his first recordings, the trend-setting US magazine "DownBeat" chose Daniel Čačija as the best young singer of 2013. Then in 2014, he received a Porin Award (a Croatian music prize) in the "Jazz Album of the Year" category for his outstanding interpretive performances.

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