Mat Walerian (Jazz Musician) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Mat Walerian Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Mat Walerian is a jazz saxophonist and woodwind player (alto saxophone, bass clarinet, soprano clarinet, flute), composer and bandleader who specializes in improvisation and avant-garde music.

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Mat Walerian Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 2 July 1984
Birth Day 4 November
Birth Years 1984
Age 37 years old
Birth Place Poland
Birth City
Birth Country Poland
Nationality Japanese
Famous As Jazz musician
Also Known for Jazz musician
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Occupation Jazz musician

Famously known by the Family name Mat Walerian, is a great Jazz musician. He was born on 2 July 1984, in Poland

Mat Walerian Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Walerian began playing music at the age of six, starting with piano lessons. Hearing John Coltrane at the age of ten led him to jazz. From the very beginning he was interested in blues harmony, spending time playing blues and boogie miniatures.

While in high school he picked up the saxophone at the age of sixteen and in less than a month was playing in the school’s orchestra. He started with alto and after a year also tried tenor. After transferring to a new high school a couple months later, he lost the right to use the instruments and as a result got about a two-year break in practice, since his new school didn’t run an orchestra. He managed to buy his own instrument at the age of nineteen and came back to practice. In 2008 Walerian started individual studies on classical Japanese music, picking up soprano clarinet and flute. One year later (2009) he added also bass clarinet to his repertoire.

At the age of nineteen he tried formal musical education and after passing his exams became a student at a public music school, but he quit two months later. He was strongly attracted to jazz, but also played in crossover groups, melding hardcore and heavy experimental guitar music with free improvisation while in high school. His first project was a saxophone/drums duo with a characteristic avant psychedelic / funk groove.

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Mat Walerian Net Worth

Mat Walerian has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Jazz musician. Popularly known as the Jazz musician of Poland. He is seen as one of the most successful Jazz musician of all times. Mat Walerian Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Japanese Jazz musician.

Mat entered the career as Jazz musician In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Life Story & Timeline

2019

While in high school he picked up the saxophone at the age of sixteen and in less than a month was playing in the school’s orchestra. He started with alto and after a year also tried tenor. After transferring to a new high school a couple months later, he lost the right to use the instruments and as a result got about a two-year break in practice, since his new school didn’t run an orchestra. He managed to buy his own instrument at the age of nineteen and came back to practice. In 2008 Walerian started individual studies on classical Japanese music, picking up soprano clarinet and flute. One year later (2009) he added also bass clarinet to his repertoire.

Walerian’s trio was also recommended by highly acclaimed writer Doug Ramsey, Downbeat and Jazz Times magazines lifelong writer and recipient of two ASCAP Deems Taylor Awards and the lifetime achievement award of the US Jazz Journalists Association, who is the author of several jazz history books, including The Jazz Matters. In his recommendation the author says that “a piece called “One For” suggests intimate familiarity with the chance-taking of John Coltrane’s later groups.”

Released albums were repeatedly chosen as ’Editor’s Pick’ after premiere, annually ending on ‘Best of the Year’ album list by varied sources. Two biggest names in audiophile world, being The Absolute Sound, and Stereophile New York, awarded the albums with highest notes.

2015

In January 2015 Walerian signed with ESP-Disk’ – legendary New York, Brooklyn based label, one of the most important independent record labels in the history of avant-garde jazz, founded in 1963, which catalogue includes some of the most important music recorded in America in the 1960s. For over 50 years of tradition ESP happened to be home for such notable artists, like Albert Ayler, Pharoah Sanders, Ornette Coleman, Sun Ra, Rashied Ali, Don Cherry, Marion Brown, Paul Bley, Burton Greene, Billie Holiday, Max Roach, Bud Powell, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Lester Young, Kenny Dorham, Steve Lacy, Sonny Simmons or Ronald Shannon Jackson among others.

2013

His studies were mostly focused on eastern philosophy and Japanese culture. With the exception of a few lessons he is self – taught musician, occasionally taking lessons from pianist Matthew Shipp, lessons which he has cited as being crucial to his development.

2012

After a quartet collaboration as well, Shipp proposed the duo project M-theory, introduced during May 2012 concert tour . The name of the project was changed to The Uppercut : Matthew Shipp Mat Walerian duo during December 2013 concert tour, and a concert recording of the duo, Live at Okuden, has been released by New York City, Brooklyn based record label ESP-Disk’ in April 2015.

Later in 2012 Walerian and Matthew Shipp trio (Matthew Shipp – piano, Michael Bisio – double bass, Whit Dickey – drums) appeared as a quartet at the Okuden Music Concert Series Fall 2012. Sonic Fiction, studio recording of the quartet has been released by New York City, Brooklyn based record label ESP-Disk’ in February 2018.

“Matt and Mat are back in the fall of 2012 with the phenomenal American section of Bisio and Dickey, under the flag of Matt’s Quartet … In terms of alto playing, it is one of the most radical, contemporary and important Polish jazz recordings.

A large number of lineups with both Shipp and Drake followed, including a trio which turned out to be the second most important point in Walerian’s career after The uppercut. The world premiere of this Walerian-Shipp-Drake “supergroup” project, Jungle took place in November 2012. Concert recording of the trio, Live at Okuden has been released by New York City, Brooklyn based record label ESP-Disk’ in April 2016.

2011

Pianist Matthew Shipp appeared as a special guest with Walerian’s trio in September 2011.

2010

His first classic jazz trio (saxophone with rhythm section) appeared in 2010. After that his work got wilder performance, characterized by compound structures and rhythm.

In 2010 Mat Walerian started curating his own concert series, Okuden Music, described as “sound to the deepest”, presenting the mainstream of modern jazz and improvised avant-garde music heritage. Okuden Music Concert Series got extensive review in “Polish Jazz Recordings and Beyond” – reference work containing an encyclopedic directory of Polish jazz recordings, written by a world-renowned, prominent theoretical physicist Maciej Lewenstein.

2008

He first met Hamid Drake in 2008; since then they have collaborated on a number of projects, including the Hendrix-inspired powerful trio Sainthunter (with bassist Tim Dahl) and White Lotus, which implements experiments with Asian and contemporary chamber music.

2005

From 2005 through 2008 he concentrated on projects characterized by heavy echoes of third stream and chamber music qualities melded along with Asian harmony and instruments. In this period he released many trio projects including various bowed string instruments (saxophone/harp/cello, saxophone/harp/viola, saxophone/harp/violin, saxophone/harp/double bass, saxophone/piano/violin, etc.) presenting minimal music stylistics.

1961

“The examples that come to my mind, and this is not an exaggeration in any sense, are : John Coltrane’s “The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings”, or Miles Davis’ “The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel 1965”. If we ignore the beauty aspect, and focus on the strength of expression only the appropriate association is to John Coltrane’s “Live at Seattle” with John Coltrane on soprano and tenor, Pharoah Sanders on tenor McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass, Elvin Jones on drums and Donald Garrett on bass clarinet and bass.”