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A young jazz trumpeter's brand-new project: Aron Koos-Hutas - E.T. Project
(Published: May 24, 2015)

A young jazz trumpeter Aron Koos-Hutas released his debut album with a special trumpet sound and a unique story.

The songs of Aron Koos-Hutas' debut album are spiced with unique electronic unearthly sound which makes his music more special. Besides this specific sound he and his band create and use own world and story to gain the audience's affection.
His first song is Moog Morning (https://www.youtube.com/w...) which was released on the International Jazz Day.
On the E.T. Project album professional musicians play who can be present internationally with their professional calling, their openness and their perfectionist attitude in the immediate future.

The founder of this project is the young jazz trumpet player Aron Koos-Hutas who can be known by music lovers from different bands and can be seen on bigger and smaller, Hungarian and international stages. He is regarded as one of the most talented and recorded trumpet players of his generation. In 2008 he won the National Tomsits Rudolf Jazz Trumpet Talent Scout Championship.
He plays jazz with the Budapest Jazz Orchestra and with more other fantastic Hungarian jazz bands. Due to his complex and open personality he is present at several music genres besides jazz, including soul, R'n'B and Balkan music. Furthermore that's why we can see him on the underground music stages playing in bands.

During the last few years he has performed with more well-known Hungarian and international musicians, like Brian Culbertson, Tony Lakatos, Erik Truffaz, Tommy Vig, Gerard Presencer, Elemer Balazs, Tim Ries (The Rolling Stones), Béla Szakcsi Lakatos, John Nugent ( Artistic Director of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival), Steve Hackett (Genesis) and many others. In 2014 the famous Italian jazz trumpeter Paolo Fresu invited him to be participated in an international commemoration and represents Hungary.

His presence in different music styles demonstrates his open personality but the sound, which is really close to his heart and in which he can be fulfilled musically, can be found on his newly released E.T. Project album.
The members of his band were selected carefully, so it consists of professional musicians: Mirko Milan Milosevits on keyboards (and co-author as well), Gergely Kolta on bass, Zoltan Zana on saxophone and ewi, Gabor Olah on drums, and vocal, rap by Zeek. Furthermore in one song of this album the audience can listen to the famous and wonderful Sena's voice as well. As mentioned previously the songs tell a special story and a narrator Olga Farkas helps to understand clearly the connections on this album.

He and his band hope to reach more and more people all around the world soon and they can share their own story through their special music with everyone in the universe.

www.aronkooshutas.com

More Information: http://www.facebook.com/kooshutasarontrumpet


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