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2019 May 21 Tuesday time 21.00
Eli Degibri Quartet 21/05/2019 21.00

Eli Degibri Quartet

Eli Degibri sax

Tom Oren piano

Eviatar Slivnik drums

Tamir Shmerling double bass

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An internationally recognized saxophonist-composer-bandleader, Eli Degibri possesses many  gifts as a musician. He boasts a seemingly bottomless fount of artistry as a composer and a  bandleader, and is a recipient of the honorary Israeli “ Prime Minister Award for Jazz  Composition ”, recognizing his great talent as a melodic composer, and the “Landau Award for  Jazz Performance”, recognizing his achievement as a remarkable band leader.
Known for his charismatic performances, Degibri has recorded and performed extensively since  the mid-1990s. He has been called, “ an exceptionally melodic improviser with a big, bold tenor  tone ” (Bill Milkowski, JazzTimes), and “a bewitching fellow who shows impressive chops, as both  a player and a composer.” (Karl Stark, The Philadelphia Inquirer).
Jazz icon Herbie Hancock said that Degibri (who was a member of Hancock’s Sextet from 1999 to  2002) is “ a very talented composer, arranger, and performer “, one who’s music, “ treads  uncharted waters “, and that the saxophonist-composer, “ has the potential to be a formidable  force in the evolution of jazz .”
The legendary drummer Al Foster (of whose band Degibri was a member from 2002 to 2011) said:  “Degibri knows how to tell a story, lots of feeling, lots of thought, he’s a wonderful melodist. I  don’t hear these qualities in other young musicians. In fact, Eli is the only young saxophonist that his playing gives me joy .”

Degibri is now engaged in the long-standing tradition of mentorship in the jazz world: his current  quartet consists of three young and promising Israeli musicians, the award-winning pianist Tom  Oren , bassist Tamir Shmerling , and drummer Eviatar Slivnik . In October, the quartet released  SOUL STATION, a tribute to the late, great Hank Mobley.

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