We’re thrilled to invite you to a special Jazz concert, that will take place on Thursday, December 5th, at 19:00. The trio of three Israeli musicians: Daniel Schwarzwald, Boris Malkovsky and Lenny Sendersky will play unique interpretations of well-known jazz standards as well as original compositions.
Daniel Schwarzwald // Piano
Lenny Sendersky // Saxophone
Boris Malkovsky // Bayan (button accordion)
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
Boris Malkovsky is a composer, pianist, and bayan (button accordion) player based in Israel. He released the impressive Time Petah-Tiqva album in 2007, which mixes Jewish traditional themes and jazz improvisation with Gypsy and classical motifs.
Lenny Sendersky – saxophone alto/soprano (Israel). Was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, gained his renown in the Russian jazz scene as a visionary composer, performer and producer. His compositions have been performed by international jazz musicians, including Randy Brecker, Joe Locke, Alexi Tuomarila, Amos Hoffman, and many others. In 2011 Sendersky immigrated to Israel, where he established himself in the jazz scene by performing and successfully producing projects featuring Israeli, American and European jazz artists.
Daniel Schwarzwald, a pianist and a composer from Jerusalem, Israel contributes his unique voice and approach to composition composing to singers, jazz, tango and solo piano pieces. Daniel studied at the Academy in Jerusalem where he studied classical piano, jazz, chamber music, and composition. Daniel has performed with Kevin Mahogany, Itamar Borochov, Eli Degibri, Ziv Ravith and Ehud Ettun playing in Jazz Festivals in Israel and around the world.
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!
Ilana Goor Museum, Mazal Dagim 4, Old Jaffa