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Eyal Lovett: Eyal Lovett: Let Go

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Israeli-born, Berlin-based pianist and composer Eyal Lovett has played the part of the consummate student up to this point. Lovett has studied with some of jazz's greatest luminaries like Hal Galper, Sam Yahel, George Cables, Ari Hoenig, and Jane Ira Bloom to name a few. As a performer he has shared the stage with the likes of Peter Bernstein, Kenneth Dahl Knudsen, Michal Cohen, Anat Cohen and many more. While playing sideman and student under great names is a right ...

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Take Five With Eyal Lovett

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Meet Eyal Lovett: Israeli-bron pianist and composer Eyal Lovett creates a wide range of music. Although classically trained, he is deeply immersed in the jazz tradition, as well as other musical traditions rotted from Israel and the Middle East. Lovett's debut album, Let Go (Self Produced, 2013), was recently released this past November. Let Go features Kenneth Dahl Knudsen on bass, drummer Aidan Lowe, and appearances from guitarist Ramiro Olaciregui, and Malte Schiller on soprano-saxophone.


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