"Add Martin Bejerano to the expanding roster of hot young pianists that stretches from Hiromi Uhara and EldarDjangirov to Robert Glasper and Taylor Eigsti…"

-Jazz Times


“Bejerano makes the most of a full and fluent style."

- Nate Chinen (New York Times)


“When technique, an advanced harmonic sense and lyrical playfulness meet on a plane of self-control, as is heard in Martin Bejerano, one has to marvel. A brilliant, young Miami-born pianist who lives in New York, and who is a highlight in bands led by Roy Haynes and Russell Malone, Bejerano has shaped his own post-Corea/Jarrett/Zeitlin blend with Cuban influences. Here, he makes a strong debut as leader, with on-the-case backing from bassist Edward Perez and drummer Ludwig Afonso."

- Zan Stewart (Newark Star Ledger)

"Bejerano’s trio is so accomplished and is so like-minded in their pursuit of the essence of the music that without information about the members, one would expect it to have the maturity of musicians twice their age...Bejerano, while informed of the jazz tradition, creates his own rhythmic and harmonic pathways for an original and delightful musical journey. Martin Bejerano, thankfully, reminds us once again that jazz and the piano trio format are alive and thriving with freshness and creative vitality."

- Don Wiliiamson (


“Pianist Martin Bejerano introduced a fluid, thoroughly modern improvisation, laced with fresh harmonies and chromatic flights…"

- Mike Joyce (Washington Post)


“…this promising young pianist is not just the latest hotshot showing off his technique, but a mature pianist who can develop his ideas into performances that will stand the test of time."

- Ken Dryden (All Music Guide)

“…versatility reminiscent of Brad Mehldau and Chick Corea…"

- Adam Gold (Boston


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