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Simona Arones

Simona Arones, Jazz vocalist/composer, has an instrumental approach in her vocal interpretations. She is influenced by bebop as well as Brazilian music. Simona Arones is one of today’s most prominent vocalists living in Israel. She makes use of her voice as a musical instrument. Various influences mix together in her original and personal approach of singing and writing. Recorded and performed in Europe (1996-98) Recorded with Billy Hart (2001), Harry Whitaker (2004) Tel Aviv Jazz Festival (2002), Jazz Europa, series of jazz concerts and Jazz Festival at Givatayim Theater (2005-2007), Spring Festival at Heichal Rishon (2004, 2007) Lezion, Shablul Club, etc. for booking and info contact alto music productions: [email protected]

Smooth Sailing

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003


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