Few young jazz musicians have caused such an international ramble in the press and the audiences as the Norwegian saxophone player Marius Neset. The British Telegraph calls him a “wonder” and The Guardian states that he is one of the most prominent discoveries in jazz music.
“Marius Neset combines Brecker’s power and Jan Garbarek’s tonal delicacy, [...]. He is on his way to being one of the biggest new draws on the circuit.” (The Guardian)
“… saxophonist Marius Neset is a marvel. He makes his instrument dance like a gazelle and soar like an eagle, and he’s an ingenious composer too.” (Telegraph)