About

Saxophonist & composer Shauli Einav was described as a "remarkably complete musician, a virtuosic soloist with a lush sound on both soprano and tenor whose compositions are daring and deep" (All About Jazz) and his album "Opus One" (Plus Loin Music) was reviewed as a "Smartly played, swinging and evocative jazz album" (DownBeat Magazine).


Einav recently relocated to Paris after 7 fruitful years in the vibrant jazz scene of NYC, there he played with some of today's leading jazz figures as: Aaron Goldberg, Avishai Cohen, Don Friedman, Eliot Zigmund, Omer Avital, Johnathan Blake, Shai Maestro, Walt Weiskopf, Frank Gambale, Dave Liebman & Gilad Hekselman.

Einav has performed with his ensembles on important stages such as: Duc des Lombards, Sudtirol Jazzfest, Rochester Jazz festival, Bohemia Jazz festival, Venice Jazz Festival, Red Sea Jazz festival, Enjoy Jazz festival, Smalls, Kitano, The Knitting Factory, Unterfahrt, Hannover JazzClub, Munster Jazz Festival and this year is going to play his debut tour in Japan.


Born 1982 in the countryside of Israel and started playing the violin at the age of 4, at 13 he switched to the saxophone and started playing with many Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv based bands. In 1998 Einav was discovered by the legendary American saxophonist Arnie Lawrence who came to Israel in order to bring peace between Jews and Arabs through music. Mr Lawrence who himself was mentored by Ben Webster was the linking piece between Jerusalem & Tel Aviv musicians to NYC's Jazz heritage. Einav later on completed his BA in the Jerusalem Academy and earned his Master's degree at the prestigious Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY.

 

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