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Daniel Rotem

Daniel Rotem fell in love with music at an early age, recognizing its vast emotional depth and powerful potential for expression. He began taking piano lessons at age eight and was a bad student, spending hours looking for new melodies instead of practicing what he was assigned by his teachers. He found the tenor saxophone when he was 13. At age 27, music has taken Daniel far beyond his wildest dreams: from Tel Aviv to Boston to study at Berklee College of Music, to Los Angeles to study as a member of the world-renowned Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance; from Morocco performing as part of a U.S

A Wake of Sorrows Engulfed in Rage

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Trolls ( For Lyle); Goya; Requiem; 3 Funerals #3: Mili; Joy; Yhe Unbreakable Veil; Lace; Hesitation; Listen; 3 Funerals #1: Tommy; The Groove; Prepare to Stop; Water Creatures; 3 Funerals #2: Roberto; Breach; Ima

Serenading the Future

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: CD1: Different But the Same; Who Is It; Between Lives; Push Through; Look Again. CD2: A Cold Ode; Good News; Country of Mind Intro; Country of Mind; Conversation on Letting Go; Serenading the Future.


Daniel Rotem: Serenading the Future

Read "Serenading the Future" reviewed by Geno Thackara

However scary the world seems, Daniel Rotem remains determined to look on the bright side. The jny: New York City saxophonist considers his music not just an art form but a reflection of life with a Zen-like perspective on time. Following suit, Serenading the Future is all about unity. Its framework is a simple one that ...


Alain Mallet: Mutt Slang

Read "Mutt Slang" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Pianist/keyboardist Alain Mallet has been known as much for his work as a producer as for his pianistic accomplishments. Having served as a sideman for Madeleine Peyroux, Phil Woods and Paul Simon, he's also produced music by vocalists Jonatha Brooke and Grace Kelly. And his compositions have been performed by musicians as diverse as Gary Burton, ...


Be Nice

Featuring the music of Daniel Rotem
Duration: 09:41

Daniel Rotem Trio performs for Brown Bag series at Mechanics Hall. Daniel Rotem - tenor sax; Jared Henderson - bass; Roberto Giaquinto - drums. "Be Nice" is an original composition by Daniel Rotem. This series is produced by WICN 90.5 FM and Mechanics Hall. WICN is a NPR station.


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