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Shauli Einav: Generations

The New York-Israel connection has become one of the most productive in jazz. Shauli Einav is less edgy and less ethnic than most of his compatriots. His tenor saxophone concept is deep in the modern mainstream. Pianist Don Friedman and drummer Eliot Zigmund are 40 to 50 years older than Einav, bassist Or Bareket and … Read More “Shauli Einav: Generations”

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Shauli Einav: Opus One

The second leader project by Israeli saxophonist Shauli Einav, an NYC city resident since 2008 and a year shy of 30, attests to his immersion in the bebop tradition while revealing a fresh and original voice. Accompanied by a formidable, tight-knit group consisting of pianist Shai Maestro, trombonist Andy Hunter, bassist Joseph Lepore and drummer … Read More “Shauli Einav: Opus One”

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