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Yaron Herman

Yaron Herman was born on 12th July 1981 in Tel Aviv. He started out on a promising career as a basketball player on the Israeli national junior team but that was cut short by a serious knee injury which quashed his sporting ambitions. He only decided to take up playing the piano, at the age of 16. His teacher was the renowned Opher Brayer, famous for his methods based on philosophy, mathematics and psychology. Yaron was soon giving his first performances in the most prestigious concert halls in Israel. At 16, Yaron left for Boston where he planned to enroll at the Berklee College School of Music

ARTICLE: RADIO

Sting: An English (Jazz-)Man in New York - Companion Mixtape

Read "Sting: An English (Jazz-)Man in New York - Companion Mixtape" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

More cuts from our exploration of the jazz side of Sting, featuring his own jazzier projects and renditions of his work by the likes of Kenny Barron, Regina Carter, Dominic Miller, Michela Lombardi, Andy Bey, Marc Copland and many more. Happy listening! Playlist Lucky Peterson “We'll Be Together" Lifetime (Verve) 0:00 Sting ...

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

La 23esima edizione di Jazz & Wine of Peace

Read "La 23esima edizione di Jazz & Wine of Peace" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

La pandemia e le misure precauzionali che ne sono conseguite non fermano il Jazz & Wine of Peace di Cormòns, festival giunto alla ventitreesima edizione che, come gli scorsi anni, porta il pubblico in alcune delle più apprezzate cantine della zona per coniugare musica e gastronomia, entrambe di altissimo livello. Ma se sui vini del Collio ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chick Corea: Plays

Read "Plays" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

As we huddle and binge on our national and moral failings, having as buoyant and engaging an artist come into our homes, as Chick Corea does on Plays, is simply a great, beautiful thing, and one of the core reasons that, even in the face of the daily ire, the majority of us hold tight the ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

McCoy Tyner, Bill Evans & More

Read "McCoy Tyner, Bill Evans & More" reviewed by Joe Dimino

Off a brand new album called 400 by veteran jazz bass cat Avery Sharpe, we charge straight on into a new episode of Neon Jazz. We continue the music with a look into the world of Matt Slocum, Curtis Nowosad and Brad Turner with new projects and revelations from their music minds. We also pepper in ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Björk: Jazz Muse & Hyperballadeer

Read "Björk: Jazz Muse & Hyperballadeer" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

If jazz is, as someone put it, the sound of surprise, then it makes complete sense that countless musicians have become enamored with the music of Björk. Like the most innovative jazz musicians, Bjork is a restless artist who tries to continuously reinvent herself, often blending familiar sources in completely unprecedented ways, and deliberately challenging the ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

2019 Starts with a Jazz Blast!

Read "2019 Starts with a Jazz Blast!" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

As they say, “a good beginning makes a good ending" and, based on the extraordinary amount of sensational new releases that have come out in less than a month, it looks like we're in it for a great musical ride in 2019. Here are two hours of gems from albums that have just been, or about ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Hear Palmer 2016 Featuring the Archie Shepp Quartet

Hear Palmer 2016 Featuring the Archie Shepp Quartet

Music in the Cellar, Music in the Soil It’s Château Palmer’s secret garden, in the shadow of its vineyards, at the heart of its village: the winery. It’s here, in the spring, that the year’s assemblages are expressed for the first time… in music. For, although these primeurs may certainly be tasted, they may also be ...

Everyday

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Fast Life; Vista; Points of You; Nettish; With Open Hands; Everyday; Five Trees; Volcano feat. Helgi Jonsson; Prelude No.4 Opus 74, Children Don't Always Play Fair; Retrogade; City Lights; 18:26.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Yaron Herman: Everyday

Read "Everyday" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

È tutt'altro che noioso, e questo è un bel biglietto da visita per un duo piano/batteria. Non è un omaggio a chicchessia né la solita passerella di standard più o meno noti, a meno che si vogliano considerare tali “Retrograde" di James Blake e “Prelude n° 4, Opus 74" di Alexander Scriabin. E non rivela nessun ...


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