Results for "Eldad Tarmu"
Eldad Tarmu was born in Los Angeles, California, where he started studying drums and percussion. After graduating from Tel Aviv University in Israel, he returned to the US and started touring and holding jazz clinics with various jazz ensembles, mainly in Europe and Asia. In 2005 he got his Master's degree in Afro-Latin Music, from California State University Los Angeles. The same year he was appointed Head of the Jazz Department at "Richard Oschanitzky" Jazz School of Tibiscus University in Timisoara, Romania, following a fruitful colaboration with Romanian bassist and violonist Johnny Bota, one of the school founders
Kansas Jazz Collective September 29, 2010 7:30 pm Benedictine CollegeO'Malley-McAllister Auditorium 1020 N. Second Street Atchison, KS USA This is the first concert of a new jazz series to be held at Benedictine College (KS) under the direction of Chris Greco. The 2010 Kansas Jazz Collective ...
by Raul d'Gama Rose
In January 2009, Los Angeles-born, Romanian vibraphonist, Eldad Tarmu took his Chamber Jazz Ensemble, featuring Israeli drummer Yoni Halevy and the Timisoara String Quartet, on tour with a superb new symphonic poem, Songs for the Queen of Bohemia. It has been on record almost since then, but sadly has not received the attention it deserves. Admittedly ...
By Eldad Tarmu
Label: Queen of Bohemia Productions
Track listing: The Invasion Song; Seducing the Queen of Bohemia; Headed East; The Polish Gentleman; Dionysus; Drinking with the Queen of Bohemia; Dancing for the Queen of Bohemia; Battle for the Queen of Bohemia; Escape with the Queen of Bohemia; Song for the Queen of Bohemia.
by AAJ Italy Staff
L’idea non è proprio rivoluzionaria: affiancare ad un jazz trio un quartetto di musica da camera. Ma qualche elemento insolito è presente. Il trio non è il classico basso batteria e sassofono, o pianoforte, o chitarra ma vede come solista il vibrafono, strumento di grande significato nell’evoluzione del linguaggio jazzistico, ma non così frequentato nella versione ...
by Jack Bowers
With an uncelebrated vibraphonist at the helm of an album titled Aluminum Forest, I was bracing myself for music aimed straight toward the heart of “smooth Jazz” radio. Wrong. This is uncompromisingly straight–ahead post–bop Jazz — and I should have guessed as much from the list of personnel, which includes such prominent names as trumpeters Oscar ...