Saxophonist Shauli Einav is one of today’s rising stars in the NYC Jazz scene.
He has already performed with his ensembles on prestigious stages such as the Red Sea Jazz Festival, The Israel Festival in Jerusalem, The Rochester International Jazz Festival, Tel-Aviv Intl Jazz Festival, “The Knitting Factory” NYC, Fat Cat, Smalls and more. Shauli has been invited to perform with some of today’s finest Jazz musicians, including bassists Omer Avital and Joseph Lepore, pianists Aaron Goldberg, Shai Maestro, guitarists Bob Sneider and Frank Gambale, trumpeter Clay Jenkins, trombonists Marshall Gilkes, Andy Hunter, Avi Lebo and the late saxophonist Arnie Lawrence among others.
In March 2010 Shauli recorded his label-debut album for Plus Loin Music.
The album – Opus One, features 9 original compositions being performed by some of today’s top international Jazz musicians such as Johnathan Blake (Tom Harrell Quintet), Shai Maestro (Avishai Cohen Trio), Joseph Lepore (Greg Osby Quartet) and Andy Hunter (Richard Bona)