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Koby Hayon

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Koby Hayon was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel. While studying at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music in Tel Aviv, Hayon gathered experience as a guitarist with the DGK Trio and other notable groups. In 2001, Hayon moved to the United States, where he would earn his BM in jazz studies at SUNY Purchase. There, as a recipient of the Ullendorff Memorial Foundation scholarship, Westchester Art Council, New York State Art Council, he studied with jazz greats John Abercrombie, Hal Galper, Todd Coolman, and Jon Faddis. Hayon has since played in a number of venues throughout the tri-state area as the leader of a jazz trio, duo, and quartet

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Article: Live Review

Roy Haynes Fountain of Youth Band Featuring Pat Metheny at the Blue Note

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Roy Haynes Fountain of Youth Band Featuring Pat Metheny Blue Note New York, NY March 13, 2016 Jazz luminary Roy Haynes has forever captivated audiences with his innovative playing and his concert (and 91st birthday celebration) on March 13th, at New York City's Blue Note was no different. The ...

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Article: Album Review

Trio Shalva: Breeza

Read "Breeza" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Trio Shalva's debut recording--Riding Alone (Self Produced, 2011)--captured a band at the dawn of its being. Yes, the group had formed in 2009, two calendar years before that album was released, but the music for that record was recorded in 2010, presenting a band that was basically just starting on its way. Now comes Breeza, the ...

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Gemini

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: Vertigo; Mirrors; Like A Clock; Galbi; Crumbs; All Around; What No One Can See; Ask Me Again; Norwegian Wood; Gemini; Waltz For One.

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Trio Shalva: Riding Alone

Read "Riding Alone" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


All three members of this group originally hail from Israel, but Trio Shalva actually took shape a world away, at the global epicenter of the jazz universe. Pianist Assaf Gleizner, guitarist/bassist Koby Hayon and drummer Nadav Snir Zelniker were each pursuing their own musical paths in New York when they connected for a gig in 2009, ...

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News: Recording

Trio Shalva Introduces an Exotic Fusion of Jazz Innovation and Israeli Heritage in "Riding Alone"

Trio Shalva Introduces an Exotic Fusion of Jazz Innovation and Israeli Heritage in "Riding Alone"

halva, announces the release of their debut album Riding Alone. “Riding Alone" is the culmination of a year-long project by founding members Assaf Gleizner (piano/melodic), Koby Hayon (Bass/Guitar/Oud) and Nadav Snir-Zelniker (Drums/Percussion). The result is a striking blend of Jazz, World Music, and Jewish Folk Music, exuding an aural representation of a Middle Eastern landscape. Highlights ...

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News: Recording

Koby Hayon Trio - Gemini (Kobyhahonmusic, 2010)

Koby Hayon Trio - Gemini (Kobyhahonmusic, 2010)

Guitarist Koby Hayon is another of the many excellent musicians to emerge from Israel over the past decade. This album shows him in a modern jazz guitar trio setting, performing with Kermit Driscoll on bass and Jerome Morris on drums. Although Driscoll is one of Bill Frisell's regular collaborators, Hayon has developed his own sound that ...

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Article: Album Review

Koby Hayon: Gemini

Read "Gemini" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


While Israeli-born guitarist Koby Hayon has been Stateside since 2001, he still proudly displays his roots in his musical projects. His position as the director of a Westchester, NY-based Jewish music festival--Nigunim: A Festival of New Improvised Jewish Music--and his work with fellow Israeli's Nadav Snir-Zelniker and Assaf Glizner in Trio Shalva are overt expressions of ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five With Koby Hayon

Read "Take Five With Koby Hayon" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Meet Koby Hayon:Koby Hayon was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel. While studying at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music in Tel Aviv, Hayon gathered experience as a guitarist with the DGK Trio and other notable groups. In 2001, Koby moved to the United States, where he would ...


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