We are Dr.SYROS
Dr. Syros :::
In times like these you need groups. Bands. Bringing people together within a creative process.
Calling on this plain fact Stuttgart native Martin Sörös promptly brought together four of the most sought-after and prolific musicians of the young German jazz-scene and founded his r’n’b infused jazz-ensemble Dr. Syros.
Dr. Syros is a band that clearly bears the obvious signature of its’ name-giver, as most of the compositions are written by Sörös but of course being a band everybody is involved in the process of finding a musical identity.
Take Munich-based trumpeter Julian Hesse for example who during the past years has established himself as an inventive and technically superb instrumentalist and composer, or Daniel Mudrack, who is not only a sublime drummer, but also responsible for innovative sound concepts as can be heard on the debut album. Grounded by gig-hardened bassist and jazz-laureate Sebastian Schuster the band is indeed moving forward leaving behind stereotypes, not giving a dime about styles and definitions. Whether one wants to call it jazz or hiphop is up to the critics – fact is that four intriguing musicians come together celebrating the musical moment.
Doesn’t mean that there are no role models. After all Martin Sörös - mostly on the fender Rhodes in this project - has been awarded prize after prize for his congenial obeisance to grand master Chick Corea. It just seems natural that the band would be the opener for Corea’s performance at the “Jazz Open Night” Stuttgart in late 2017.
Fender Rhodes, Piano / Martin Sörös
Trompet,Flugelhorn / Julian Hesse
Double-Bass / Sebastian Schuster
Drums / Daniel Mudrack
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02.11.2017 Liederhalle Stuttgart
08.07.2018 Opernfestspiele Heidenheim
24.10.2018 Jazzclub Tübingen
07.11.2018 Frape´ Aalen
09.11.2018 Jazzkeller Dinkelsbühl
10.11.2018 Jazzstudio Nürnberg
14.11.2018 Club Bambule Göppingen
23.11.2018 Sauschdall Ulm
24.11.2018 Jazzclub Augsburg
05.12.2018 Bix Jazzclub Stuttgart
19.01.2019 Jazz Mission Schwäbisch Gmünd
15.04.2019 Schon Schön Mainz