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Avi Adrian

One of the most prominent and influential pianists and Jazz players in Israel, Winner of the 2007 Israeli Prime Minister Award for Jazz Composers.

As an autodidact, Adrian acquired most of musical knowledge independently. Nevertheless, Adrian was taught by well-known and well accomplished music teachers, such as: Mrs. Bat-Sheva Rubinstein, Mr. Claude Abravanel, and Mr. Mark Kopytman. In addition, Adrian was in a friendly as well as professional contact with Joe Zawinul who provided him with important keys on real-time composition.

Served as a trombonist, pianist, music producer and a conductor for the IDF Orchestra during his service in the Israeli Army




Featuring the music of Avi Adrian
Duration: 5:17

Part of the project Songs from a Dream the music of Adar Broshi who passed away from cancer this year at the age of 19. All proceeds go to the research of childhood cancer . Please help spread the music. Featuring Avi Adrian (piano), Gilad Abro (bass), and Israel Nahum (drums).

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If You Were Here

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Duration: 6:19


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Avi Adrian Trio Honors Adar Broshi With 'Songs From A Dream.' Available Now.

Avi Adrian Trio Honors Adar Broshi With 'Songs From A Dream.' Available Now.

Virtuoso pianist Avi Adrian has released a new trio album with Gilad Abro (bass) and Israel Nahum (dums) celebrating the music of the late Adar Broshi who died of cancer last April at the age of 19 after two and a half years of fighting the disease. The music on this album was written during this ...


Songs from a Dream

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Phonebook; Melodica; If You Were Here; Strange Ground; Gorolla; Oil Music; Raindance; Adrian's Run; Sitting in the Wind; Something Changed; Due to Love.


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