Laszlo Gardony, ‘Close Connection’ (Sunnyside) | Review

The initial impetus for Close Connection, as Laszlo Gardony explains it, resulted from his personal pent-up demand for in-the-flesh creative collaboration after two years or so of pandemic-driven physical separation from musicians. The Hungarian-born pianist, a longtime Berklee College of Music prof, had tired of performing solo concerts remotely, via video. So Gardony, bassist John

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