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Eran Har Even

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Eran Har Even (born on April 22, 1983) is an Edison nominated Israeli guitarist, composer and music educator residing in Amsterdam. In 2012 Eran completed both his Bachelors and Masters degrees at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. He is one of the most active figures of the Dutch jazz scene, recording and performing with some of the finest jazz musicians on the local and international circuits. These include prominent musicians such as Benny Golson, Terell Staford, David Friedman, Harmen Fraanje, Jamal Thomas, Joris Roelofs and Gilad Hekselman, to name a few. 

For a decade Eran has been a faculty member of the Conservatory of Amsterdam - teaching ear training, theory, guitar and coaching ensembles - training the next generation of aspiring Jazz and Pop musicians. Besides, Eran is a guest teacher in music schools and jazz-seminars around the world, while performing regularly in the most renowned venues and festivals.

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Tomer Eldor

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Tomer Eldor is an international jazz pianist, vocalist, composer, arranger and producer from Israel - specializing in jazz, world music, and vocal choral and Acapella music.

Since studying music at the top jazz institutes of Israel (Thelma-Yellin School of Arts and The Tel Aviv Conservatory of Music), Tomer led many musical projects - from jazz ensembles to acapella and musical theater productions of over 30 participants, and performed in internationally acclaimed jazz clubs, big bands, and operas around the world.

After playing at the Red Sea Jazz festival and many jazz venues in Israel, Eldor played at many global music hubs such as: New York (Mezzrow, Fat Cat, KGB Room, NuBlu, Mia Cafe), San Francisco (Black Cat, SF Opera House), London (Ronny Scott’s, The Piano Bar, Sofar Sounds), Argentina, Berlin, South Korea, India  (featured on the Western Music Foundation and the national paper Hindu Times) and more

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Ron Magril

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Ron Magril (born November 30th, 1997) is a rising jazz guitarist and composer from Tel Aviv, Israel.

These days, He is performing regularly as a leader and as a sideman with leading Israeli artists  , having played at “Beit Ha’ammudim Jazz club”,  “the Vortex Jazz Club“ The Red Sea Jazz Festival” and  “Heichal Hatarbut Tel Aviv” among other great venues and festivals around the world

 

He started his musical journey at a young age, with his classical violinist grandfather teaching him to play the violin, he then fell in love with the guitar, and studied at Israel’s top jazz schools.  Ron was awarded a scholarship from the “New school” in New York(2019), the AICF(2018-2020) and ‘Ran Baron’ excellence scholarships(2016). These days Ron is being supported by the Israel’s Ministry of culture and sports. He received this support in order to encourage him to play his music internationally.

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Ariel Kasler

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Guitarist and pianist Ariel Kasler holds a Master of Music in Jazz Performance from Bowling Green State University, a Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music, and an Alexander Technique Teaching Certificate from the Toronto School of the Alexander Technique. The Ariel Kasler Quintet has released the albums Make it Bloom (2022) and Above the Sound (2015), featuring original compositions and arrangements. With the Thompson-Kasler Duo, he performs and commissions contemporary music for electric guitar and saxophone with saxophonist Bobbi Thompson. Ariel is currently an Assistant Teaching Professor at BGSU, where he has been teaching since 2015

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Tali Rubinstein: Plastic Art

Read "Tali Rubinstein: Plastic Art" reviewed by Scott Krane


Recorder player, Tali Rubinstein, studied early music from the Baroque and Renaissance periods for many years, mostly as a teenager. The Israeli-American virtuoso learned under Bracha Kol, a recorder player and operatic vocalist based in Israel. If asked back then whether she was interested in playing jazz, Rubinstein would have looked at you with some interest ...

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Yotam Ishay

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Brooklyn-based Grammy-nominatedInterdisciplinary composer, arranger, and pianist. With over 650k streams on Spotify, music from his debut album "Opus 1" was placed in Netflix shows, and his solo piano album "SEED" was praised by the Japanese magazine "JAZZ LIFE" and the French magazine "Djolo". His compositions express a unique dialect by blending Western classical music, Middle-Eastern music, and Jazz influences.

Yotam graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music, earning a composition degree with a full scholarship

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Israeli Native Pianist Nuphar Fey, Introducing Her Debut Album "Serenity Island." Available Now On Hypnote Records.

Israeli Native Pianist Nuphar Fey, Introducing Her Debut Album "Serenity Island." Available Now On Hypnote Records.

In the past three years, Israeli born musician Nuphar Fey has been raising interest in the international jazz scene with her cristal- like piano touch, wide range of dynamics and a rich palette of colors. Her compositions are characterized by strong lyrical themes, richness of sound, and contemplative solo piano sections. Bringing a strong female presence ...

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Gidi Derzy

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Gidi Derzy was born in to a musical family, started piano lessons in age of 6 with classical music till 13, Also listened to jazz, funk, rock & pop at that time. Then he moved to jazz and other geners he started to compose and arrange his own music. In 17 years old he decided to study in a conservatory on Jazz genre. Gidi graduated 2 jazz conservatory's on the first one he played in a local jazz big band of the conservatory in the north of Israel and the second was in Tel Aviv till the age of 25. ​ Along the way he played with different band's and genres like - blues, jazz, fusion, funk, soul, hip hop, reggae, rock, progressive and more. Gidi recorded & produced couple of albums and singles to different artists in Israel includes his own projects.

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Shalosh: Onwards and Upwards Indeed

Read "Shalosh: Onwards and Upwards Indeed" reviewed by Phillip Woolever


Shalosh is the Hebrew word for “three," and also a powerhouse piano trio from jny: Jerusalem with a dynamic rhythm section featuring drummer Matan Assayag and bassist David Michaeli with Gadi Stern on the keys. The group formed in 2014 when Stern and Assayag, who've known each other since childhood, joined with Michaeli for the trio's ...

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Tal Klein

Tal Klein is an Israeli Jazz pianist, composer and educator based in New York City.

He was classically trained to play piano from the age of 6 . He was introduced to jazz at the age of 14. He studied at Katzanelson HS Music Dept. - Kfar Saba Israel for three years. During that time Tal was involved in a symphonic orchestra, big bands, and various ensembles. At the age of 17 he won the 2nd place Regional "Best Jazz Musician" (Youth). Afterwards he was accepted to the Israeli Police Orchestra as a lead pianist there he served 3 years from the age of 18-21. During his service he played in the most desired places and Festivals in Israel such as: The President House, The “Knesset”, Karmiel Festival, Klezmer Festival in Tzfat, The Israel Museum, “Ha’Bima” The House of the American Ambassador etc


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