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Exhibition (1979 Chrysalis Records) Grammy Nomination, John Serry, Best Instrumental Arrangement for his composition Sabotage.

Jazziz (1980 Chrysalis Records) 4 Stars Downbeat magazine, Featured review of the month Keyboard magazine, inspired the naming of Jazziz magazine.

Enchantress (1996 Telarc Jazz) Downbeat Magazine wrote: “He has a strong sense of melody, his touch is confident, his ideas are sensible and his playing is beautifully controlled.” Of ‘Enchantress’, Jim Aikin wrote in Keyboard magazine: “What a pleasure to find that he is back, still turning out charts that turn heads by turning corners.” and Hilary Grey wrote in JazzTimes: “Serry’s fleet fingered runs on songs like the jaunty, catchy ‘DYT it’ are both technically impressive and subtle.” Enchantress’ was recorded after John Serry had been awarded the Grand Prize in the 1995 JAZZIZ magazine ‘Keyboards on Fire’ pianist/composer competition, judged by Dave Brubeck and Bob James (grand piano awarded by Steinway).

The Shift (2013 SPCo Records) John Serry Quartet in London – John Serry piano / composer, Dave O’Higgins saxophones, Sam Burgess bass / Mike Mondesir Electric bass, Mark Mondesir drums (recorded in 2006).

Disquisition (2017 SPCo Records) John Serry Quartet in Bologna – John Serry piano / composer, Paolo Ghetti bass, Bruno Farinelli drums.