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Boaz Marva

Boaz Marva was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel. He started his way in music at the age of 11, taking his first guitar lessons and learning classical pieces as well as Israeli pop songs and eventually Jazz. He progressed to study at The Charles E. Smith High School of Arts in Jerusalem, while starting his own projects and bands. After his military service in the military band, he continued to pursue a career in music and has played with Kivsus, Tamir Kedem, Hillel Reiner, Abrage, Scarcity, Mania D' Pressia and more while Studying in CJS Tel Aviv.

He then moved to New York to Study at The New School on a scholarship


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Meet Boaz Marva Boaz Marva is a distinctively accomplished jazz and rock guitarist, vocalist and composer. He plays in DOR SAGI band (who recently recorded an EP with keyboardist Jason Lindner as producer), worked with Amir Segall and Ben Silashi in their project Zzajeerf, gigged with Andreas Toftemark, Elam Friedlander, Naama Gheber, Joni Paladin, Sammy Weissberg, ...



Boaz Marva is a Guitarist, Composer, Singer and Arranger. Boaz has grown up in a musical environment and studied at the Charles E. Smith High School for the Arts in Jerusalem, Israel as a teen. He has later played in many projects and bands, Including Kivsus, Abrage, Scarcity, Mania D' Pressia, The CJS big band, and more. Since coming to New York City in late 2016 he has been surrounded and taught by some of the bigger names in the scene such as Sam Yahel, Doug Weiss, Peter Bernstein, Reggie Workman, David Schnitter and many others. In 2018 Boaz Graduated his BFA from The New School in Jazz Performance.


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