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Itamar Borochov Quartet: Outset

Read "Outset" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Israeli trumpeter Itamar Borochov landed on U.S. soil in 2006, eager and ready to start studying at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. Now, eight years later, he's stepping out with his aptly-titled debut--Outset.

While this marks Borochov's maiden voyage as a leader, he's already received some well-deserved attention for his ...


Take Five With Daniel Villa Verde

Read "Take Five With Daniel Villa Verde" reviewed by Daniel Villa Verde

Meet Daniel Villa Verde:
In 2002, Daniel Villa Verde started to work as a guitar teacher, focusing on technique, harmony, and improvisation. He worked with local musicians in Rio De Janiero with jazz and fusion concerts from 2004 to 2007. He joined the Federal College University in Rio during 2005 and studied two and a ...


Yemen Blues To Share Unique Musical Vision At Painted Bride On January 7th

Yemen Blues To Share Unique Musical Vision At Painted Bride On January 7th

Philadelphia, PA—Philadelphia's leading presenter of groundbreaking artists, Painted Bride, takes you on a journey of alternative world culture on Jan. 7 with YEMEN BLUES—an international ensemble of nine top-flight musicians from Israel, Uruguay and New York. Led by Israeli vocalist-gimbri player Ravid Kahalani (band member to Idan Raichel), YEMEN BLUES creates a poetic hybrid groove and ...


26th Annual Jewish Music Fest with Yemen Blues

Fervent Blues, Haunting Songs: The 26th Annual Jewish Music Festival Transforms Traditions from Yemen to Cuba as Premier Platform for New Jewish Music, March 5㬉, 2011

It started with a knock on Festival Director Eleanor Shapiro's door. There stood Avner Yonai, an Israeli businessman who had searched record bins and archives from Buenos Aires, Warsaw, and ...