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Inbar Fridman

Having performed together throughout Europe with several groups led by French bassist Oliver Gatto alongside drummer Billy Cobham, Israeli guitarist Inbar Fridman and French pianist Camelia Ben Naceur finally decided to direct their deep musical connection into the Time Quartet Project in 2010. With bassist Laurent Chavoit and drummer Stefano Luchinni, the quartet traveled to the foot of the Pyrenees in the south of France to develop and record this set of seven lyrical originals, all while surrounded by the vast plains of the countryside. Beginning her studies as a 16 year-old at the Rimon School of Jazz in Israel, Inbar moved to the US for six years where she studied at William Paterson University and performed around New York with Myron Walden, Will Vinson, Donny McCaslin, Aaron Goldberg, and Harry Whitaker among many others

Album

Time Quartet Project

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Dark Song for a Clear Day; Christopher's Cheek; Acoustic; No Palm Trees; 13 Days; Day Dreamer; Just a Folk Song.

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Acoustic

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2013
Duration: 5:05

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Inbar Fridman: Time Quartet Project

Read "Time Quartet Project" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


In a quartet that includes both guitar and piano, a certain symbiosis between the players is necessary for the success of the sound. Israeli guitarist Inbar Fridman has established that relationship of musical symbiosis with pianist Camelia Ben Naceur, part of a trio Fridman calls the “French mob" that also includes bassist Laurent Chavoit and drummer ...


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