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Content by tag "Tel Aviv"

NEWS: RECORDING

Pianist Dan Papirany Releases New Solo Album

Pianist Dan Papirany Releases New Solo Album

Pianist Dan Papirany's new album entitled Solo was recorded in Tel Aviv, Israel. It features Papirany on piano playing standards and original tunes. The album was recorded over three separate sessions in April and May 2017 and is now available via digital downloads through cdbaby.com. Dan's approach on this occasion is the usage of melodic lines of ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Eli Degibri Preps You For The Red Sea Jazz Festival

Eli Degibri Preps You For The Red Sea Jazz Festival

My first memory of the jazz festival in Eilat was when I was around 15 years old, about a year before I was allowed to head down south by myself. I had to imagine what it would really be like there while listening to live broadcasts religiously on Kol Israel Radio. To this day I still ...

Anat Fort Trio with Gianluigi Trovesi: Birdwatching

Read "Birdwatching" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Israeli pianist/composer Anat Fort augments her longstanding trio with bassist Gary Wang and drummer Roland Schneider by adding Italian reedman Gianluigi Trovesi (who plays alto clarinet throughout) for her third ECM album, following 2010's And If. The trio had long been based in New York City, but since Fort 's return to Israel and Schneier's return ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Adina E. Releases "Always" Video And Single

Adina E. Releases "Always" Video And Single

Captivating vocalist Adina E. announces the release of Always, the first single from her self-titled album set to be released in March 2016. The track, a mellow classic pop affair with earthy soul and jazz overtones, is accompanied by a visually stunning video that debuts a three part ongoing story arch in collaboration with director Jonathan ...

NEWS: EVENT

Anat Cohen To Kick Off NPR's Toast Of The Nation Broadcast

Anat Cohen To Kick Off NPR's Toast Of The Nation Broadcast

Clarinetist and Berklee alumna Anat Cohen will kick off National Public Radio’s Toast of the Nation annual coast-to-coast radio broadcast this New Year's Eve, December 31, 2015. Cohen’s concert—a rebroadcast of her acclaimed 2009 New Year’s Eve performance at the Berklee Performance Center—will begin the evening’s festivities at 9:00 pm Eastern time. Heard New Year’s Eve on more than 200 ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Kutiman: Space Cassava

Read "Space Cassava" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Kutiman is an Israeli polymath composer, musician and film producer. Space Cassava is the title of a 2015 mini-album release which is available as a download and also on a limited vinyl version. Despite the paucity of the combined length of the two tracks, weighing in at around 25 minutes, there is some heavy stuff to ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Levitas Bros. Release "'Round Midnight"

Levitas Bros. Release "'Round Midnight"

The Levitas Bros. latest release 'Round Midnight (Flying Levi) explores Thelonious Monk's seminal “'Round Midnight" as classical variations where the theme is followed by three freely composed variations. Each track is focused on one particular part from Monk's classic song. Track Listing
1. 'Round Midnight (5:21)
2. Var. I (4:56)

NEWS: VIDEO / DVD

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Avishai Cohen's Triveni reimagines standards

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Avishai Cohen's Triveni reimagines standards

This week, our video spotlight shines on trumpeter Avishai Cohen, who will be in St. Louis to perform for one night only this Thursday, May 21 at Jazz at the Bistro. Cohen will be playing with his group Triveni, a trio with bassist Omer Avital and drummer Nasheet Waits that plays stripped-down versions of well-known songs ...

NEWS: EVENT

Israel Celebrates International Jazz Day

Israel Celebrates International Jazz Day

By Nathalie Freson Quoted as the “Ambassador of jazz in Israel" by i24 news channel, Israeli jazz pianist Gilad Chatsav was selected to organise and coordinate events throughout Israel for the International Jazz Day. In 2012, the UNESCO, in conjunction with the Thelonious Monk Institute, declared April 30 as the official day to celebrate jazz worldwide. ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Albert Beger Trio: The Way To Go

Read "The Way To Go" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Israeli sax hero Albert Beger's new album presents this restless composer and ambitious improviser in two, schizophrenic forms. On one hand, The Way to Go features some of Beger's most impressive compositions, mostly written after his beloved mother's death, showing Beger as a restless musician who seeks to expand his compositional ideas and vocabulary as an ...


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