George Mraz has been a greatly in-demand bassist for straight-ahead dates ever since he emigrated to the United States in 1968. After a brief time playing violin and alto, Mraz studied bass at the Prague Conservatory and gigged at a club in Munich for a year. In 1968, he attended Berklee and he soon toured with Oscar Peterson (1970-1972). After moving to New York, Mraz became a member of the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra (1973-1976), worked with Stan Getz (1974-1975), and has since played with most of the top jazz players, including Walter Norris, Pepper Adams, Roland Hanna, Zoot Sims, Tommy Flanagan, John Abercrombie, Carmen McRae, Jimmy Rowles, Stephane Grappelli, and countless others. Other than an obscure duo date with Roland Hanna for Trio in 1976, George Mraz surprisingly did not have an opportunity to lead his own sessions until the mid-'90s when he signed with Milestone. His album roster includes Jazz (1995), Bottom Lines (1997), Duke's Place (1999), and Morava (2001). ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi

Sir Roland Hanna with George Mraz at the Village Vanguard
George Mraz - Bass solo (Never Let Me Go)
George Mraz: Yesterdays
Najponk, George Mraz, Martin Šulc - Moon & Sand
George Mraz - My Foolish Heart
Jimmy Rowles & George Mraz ‎– Music's The Only Thing On My Mind (1981) [1997 CD edition]
Marian McPartland's "A Delicate Balance" performed by Bill Charlap and George Mraz
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