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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. 



ATEMPO is Contemprary Piano Jazz Trio.
The Trio was established as a special occasion during the Covid period by
Three busy musicians who recognized an opportunity to invest their time in
music creation.


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.


Raanan Havusha

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.


Selah Collective

Selah Collective plays original Mediterranean jazz infused with authentic flavours from all over the world. Rooted & grounded in Israel.


Tomer @ thegood vibes

The music of George And The Good Vibes is a global dish - rich in flavors
and marinated in influences from the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean
and Latin America.


Adam Leb

We are Adam Leb jazz trio. We play classic jazz, bebop, blues, ballads and latin jazz. We also love collaborations with singers and other players, in which we play as a rhythm section. Yair Loewenson who play guitar in the band has 2 records and other projects from different periods: "Room 13", "Old bottles new wine", "Vibezzz" and more. Igor Khotinsky (double bass) comes from a classical background and also play guitar in another jazz band and more. Adam Leb (drums) have played with Yair Loewenson in different groups on the last 2 decades. He is also a guitar and oud player.


Elon Turgeman

Guitarist and composer, was born in 1960, in Jerusalem, Israel into a
musical family


Ram Yosifov

Ram is an instrumental music composer and a world traveller. His musical creations are directly inspired by his journeys and by nature, as well as by collaborations with several nature photographers he has encountered through his work.


Sivan Arbel

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.


Uriel Deutsch

Singer songwriter. I play piano and guitars. Plays a lot of styles, but most of the time play jazz and improvisation.


Ari Erev

jazz pianist and composer Ari Erev performs regularly in Israel and in Europe in Piano Solo or Trio settings.


Hagiga Sextet

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).


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.



“The Hoog” is an instrumental jazz group from the northern district of Israel, near the Sea of Galilee.
The band combines the arts of traditional jazz, free jazz and funk, with the oriental harmonies, melodies and rhythms of Middle Eastern music.


Dan Pugach

Dan Pugach is a GRAMMY® nominated drummer and composer

living in Brooklyn, NY.

He was born in Israel and moved to the United States in 2006.


Mattan Klein

Mattan Klein was born and raised in Jerusalem
He had studied at the Rubin Academy in Jerusalem, and had graduated with honors from the Berklee College of Music in Boston



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.


Tamuz Nissim

Born in Tel Aviv Israel, Vocalist, pianist composer Tamuz Nissim has been living and performing in NYC for the last seven years. She performs in clubs like The Blue Note, Jazz Forum, The Bar 55, Deer Head Inn, Appel Room Lincoln Center and many more as well as in International Jazz clubs and Festivals world wide, gaining the love of music lovers and Jazz aficionados alike.

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