G. F. Mlely
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"A re-entry into earthly experience from a different musical dimension." Phyllis A. Lodge, JazzUSA.com

“Deserves to be much better known.” Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

“... [Mlely] has literally created his own harmonic language.” John Kelman, Staff Reviewer All About Jazz.com

"A tour-de-force." Dr. Marshal Stokes, The Washington Post

“...displays a high level of virtuosity and is recommended.” Dave Nathan, All Music Guide (AMG)

“Brilliant ... fantastic.” Frits Lagerwerf, De Trouw, Amsterdam, TN

“Genius ...” Lee Prosser, JazzReview.com

"Unorthodox." Jazz Forum, International Jazz Society, Warsaw, Poland

"The past, the present; reshaped into the future which is Mlely."  The Star, Johannesburg, South Africa

“A delight to watch.” (TV Series) Ben Omert, Music Dish

More online at www.jazcraft.net/acclamations.html - Various Publications...


FEATURED ARTIST: "Original Edition" "Re-Entry" "88 Keys And Counting" "A Little Night Waltz"

ORIGINAL SONGS ON: "Times Are Changing" "Strings and Swing"

Yes, there has been (or is) airplay of tracks from among these album releases.



G. F. Mlely is critically acclaimed around the world as a pianist and composer, whose songs have been produced and recorded by George Harrison, Freddie Hubbard, Phil Perry, John Tesh, The Cunninghams, the latter on a Grammy nominated album.

Mlely’s current projects include two musicals, for which he’s written the books, lyrics, dialogues, and music: “Venice,” given a first reading by the Bookshop Theatre Ensemble (dramaturg/Director Cindy Jenkins), and a theater-cabaret work, “Life Death & Jazz.” A previous musical theater stage work of his, “And All That Jazz” (originally “Cocktail Lounge”) ran four months in San Francisco, for which he wrote lyrics and dialogue, composed, musically directed a 14-member cast and played piano in.

Described by Dr. Marshal Stokes in The Washington Post, as “A tour de force of leading edge pianists,” Mlely performed as a featured soloist in concert, festival and club venues, including those on a tour in Europe, from which he had to leave midway, suddenly called back to America to take care of a domestic situation requiring his immediate presence. See journalist Nathan Gold’s much published article at .

During what turned out to be nearly two decades away from active performing, raising his son as a single parent in a rural region of California, it gave him the time to lay the basis of many of his current projects, a catalogue of material for songs, multidisciplinaryworks, choral compositions that have premiered in Hawai’i and Los Angeles. “Threnody,” a composition from his critically acclaimed solo piano album Re-Entry was picked for “Typewriter Dreams,” a New York off-Broadway theater production.

Director of the Pacific Songwriters Workshop, his songwriting workshop in the Hawai’i Department of Education was the first nationally as an accredited subject in a secondary school. His video series, “Jazz Piano with G. F. Mlely,” was in reruns over 2 years on Olelo Television of Hawai’i, another first in that state.

Mlely also writes essays on the art, craft, and politics of jazz and songwriting, and published a book, “The 8-Tone Quarto-Modes Concept,” new thinking in new music theory.

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