The saxophonist Ondřej Štveráček is one of the most distinctive figures of the new generation of Czech jazz players and a core member of Gustav Brom’s orchestra. He is more than just a sideman, however, as he develops his own system of saxophone play unmistakably inspired by jazz tradition.
With his own band, he has already recorded several albums and has toured all of the major jazz destinations in Central Europe. Their debut What’s Outside with its plethora of Czech Angel Award nominations as well as the subsequent albums were positively received by critics and listeners alike.
Ondřej Štveráček – tenor saxophone
Stanislav Mácha – piano
Tomáš Baroš – double bass
Marek Urbánek – drums