We’re thrilled to open the Jewish New Year with a special Jazz concert of Ari Erev trio. The concert will take place on October 3 at 7 pm. The trio will play unique interpretations of well-known jazz standards and classical French music, as well as original compositions.
Ari Erev // Piano
David Michaeli // Bass
Dasha Yefremenko // Vocal
19:00 – doors open, and guided tours through the museum in Hebrew and Russian (*tour in English can be organized upon request)
20:00-21:00 – Performance
Ticket price – 85 NIS (including the entrance fee, the tour and the concert)
***The number of seats is limited. No assigned seats.
All ticket sales are final!
The music of pianist and composer Ari Erev blends a deep classical touch, producing an intimate, delicate and emotional style which is inspired by pianists such as Bill Evans, Kenny Barron and Fred Hersch, with an energetic, latin-oriented and rhythmic drive, such as those found with pianists Michel Camilo and Michell Petrucciani, to produce a mature voice of his own.
David Michaeli (bass) is a member of “Shalosh” – an Israel based band well known for its crossing genre style, mostly between Jazz, Rock and electronic music.
Dasha Yefremenko is a singer and a vocal educator. For many years she has lived and worked in Kiev, where she founded the “French Vibes” project to promote French music. Several years ago Dasha moved to Israel, where she attended the Rimon School of Music. Today she performs with many Israeli musicians.
Ilana Goor Museum, Mazal Dagim 4, Old Jaffa