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Rea Meir is an Israeli saxophone and EWI player, arranger and composer. The Rea Meir Group was formed in 2018 near the release of Rea Meir's debut album – Stellar Objects. The group plays original instrumental fusion jazz, for lack of better definition, but with influences from various musical genres. Band members are: Rea Meir – EWI, Shai Sobol – Guitar, Yaniv Shalev – Bass, Itay HIbsher – Drums. Since the release of Rea Meir's debut album in Aug 2018, the group had released a live show album "Stellar Objects – Live" , published on Feb 2019. Although The Rea Meir Group was formed recently, the band members have been playing together on different occasions for over 20 years, which create a unique level of chemistry on stage
Don Suhor played clarinet and alto sax in a stunning variety of jazz contexts for 55 years in New Orleans. Virtually unknown outside of the city, he was universally admired by local musicians as a gifted improvisor. On clarinet he applied prodigious technique and knowledge of chords to develop a unique “Dixiebop” style. Trumpeter Wendell Brunious said, “I admired the way he could go from style to style seamlessly and flawlessly.” On alto sax he was a fluent and inventive bopper, influenced by a cadre of post-WWII modernists who jammed after hours at strip clubs in the French Quarter
Composer and multi-instrumentalist (Saxophone, clarinets, flute, piano and accordion player) whose work goes around jazz and other creative music styles. His original music includes certain eclecticism and influences from classical music to rock. He started his studies at the age of 8 and finished his formation with his degrees in Composition and Performance, expanding his jazz training at several seminars and master- classes with Perico Sambeat, Jerry Bergonzi, Bob Mintzer, Mark Turner, Seamus Blake, Bruce Barth, Jason Palmer, Jorge Pardo, etc. His style has been constantly improved by the performance of a long number of styles ( post-bop and modern jazz, fussion, manouche, dixieland, funk, latin, flamenco, classical, oriental, progressive rock, mediterranean folk...) including the performance of his own compositions, and with his work as a session musician. He has worked regurarly with some music shows producers as arranger, composer, band leader and performer, inside the field of musical theatre and others. Since 2019, Feltrer is the professor of harmony and history in the jazz studies at the Valencia Conservatory.
Chip Wickham started out in the highly influential UK breakbeat, hip-hop and drum & bass scene that was Manchester’s Grand Central Records, working and playing with the likes of Rae & Christian, Fingathing, The Pharcyde, Jimpster, Nightmares On Wax, Jenna G and Graham Massey. It wasn’t long before he found himself touring all over the world, and began working with more mainstream artists like Badly Drawn Boy and Roy Ayers. He also played on the soundtrack to the Guy Ritchie’s Snatch. The following years were spent writing, producing and remixing tracks for a wide range of artists, including his own electro-Latin project Malena, releasing the Fried Samba album on Freestyle in 2007. However, jazz has always been his first love, and soon he found himself working with award winning UK trumpeter Matthew Halsall, playing live and eventually appearing on Halsall’s critically acclaimed breakthrough album Sending My Love