The Israeli Jazz scene is one of the most vibrant and creative music communities anywhere in the world. Compared to its size Israel has produced over the year's generations of incredible players and composers, influencing and spearheading arts communities in many corners of the globe and especially at central creative Jazz centers such as New York, Berlin and London.
My name is Hadar Reiss, I was born in the 6 of March 1987.
I am professional musicians that play Trumpet and Flugelhorn.
I began learning music at the age of 8 and since the age of 10 I have been playing Trumpet.
I attended the Givatayim Conservatorium where I studied classical music and played in the brass band.
During my school years I played in various local bands and orchestras as a lead Trumpet and took part in
music camps for talented teenagers.
Daphna & The ClassiCats
an adventurous jazz quartet weaving together standards, original material, iconic classical pieces, Jewish folklore and world music with creativity beyond genre boundaries and with a humorous wink.
A Jazz guitarist, composer and arranger, 27 years old, based in Tel Aviv.
In his music you would find nice and mellow melodies besides energetic and warm playing with
a touch of ethno and rock sounds.
Critically acclaimed Sivan Arbel is an Israeli vocalist, composer, arranger, and effervescent talent on the international jazz scene. Her original music,
arrangements and lyrics open a window into her rich inner world.
Rea Meir Group
The Rea Meir Group was formed in 2018 near the release of Rea Meir’s debut album – Stellar Objects.
The Group plays instrumental fusion jazz featuring the EWI as the main lead instrument with influences from various genres.
Alon Farber and Dani Benedikt founded the veteran Hagiga Sextet at 2001. Both are Berklee College of Music alumni. Alon was awarded the Israeli Prime Minister Award for Jazz composers (2016) and the Wayne Shorter Award for composers (1998).
Sandia brings Innovative Jazz music, which incorporates Ethnic and Fusion and can touch a large variety of audiences through a special mix of groove, fascinated melodies, and complexity.
YOMA Quartet arose out of spontaneous sessions by close friends. Playing the
compositions of pianist Avi Adrian led the four group members to explore a unique and intriguing musical language.