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Ariel

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Ariel was born in 1997 in Jerusalem, Israel. He began formal piano lessons just before his 5th birthday with Lea Agmon. Since then he has performed repeatedly at concerts at the Jerusalem Conservatory of Music and at various youth concerts, alone and with orchestra or string ensemble. He also studies violin and composition. At age 7 Ariel discovered jazz. After exploring the genre alone for half a year he started to study with Jean Claude Jones and played his first jazz session at a Kadima salon on his 8th birthday. Since then he has performed with his teacher at jazz clubs and festivals around Jerusalem

Album

Ariel

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. Arrival of the Bee Box - 10:42 2. Lady Lazarus - 4:01 3. Cut - 4:36 4. Lady Lazarus Part II - 11:26 5. Black Sweet Blood Mouthfuls - 7:23 6. The Atrocity of Sunsets - 6:15 7. Wintering in the Dark - 7:44 8. Elm - 5:39

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Greg Sinibaldi: Ariel

Read "Ariel" reviewed by Paul Rauch


Sylvia Plath's chilling second book of poetry, “Ariel," published posthumously in 1965, revealed evocative free flowing images, and minacious psychic landscapes exuding hope while hovering on the precipice of darkness. With his new release, Ariel, Seattle based saxophonist Greg Sinibaldi explores the inner and outer reaches of Plath's work by convening a trio with guitarist Ryan ...

Album

Origami

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007

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Ariel with "Take 3" Trio at Jerusalem Globus Jazz Festival

Ariel with "Take 3" Trio at Jerusalem Globus Jazz Festival

Ariel (piano), Jean Claude Jones (bass), Haim Peskoff (drums) appear as “Take 3" on Monday, November 26 at Hillel 27 in Jerusalem, at 7:30 p.m. This is the opening event of the 4th International Globus Jazz Festival in Jerusalem. The program is based on some of Ariel's latest tunes, including “Angels in Hell" from the “Gregorian ...


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