Yael Nachshon Levin
Album Release Concert
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Shining long after they're gone is the title of the fourth studio album by Israeli artist Yael Nachshon Levin who now lives in Berlin. Together with her producer Guy Sternberg, she has brought together a highly talented group of musicians from her home country's jazz scene for the recording sessions of the new album, which will be released via Lowswing Records in November: Trumpeter Avishai Cohen and his brother Yuval Cohen (sax), bassist Haggai Cohen Milo (Omer Klein Trio), percussionists Itamar Doari (Johnny Greenwood, Omar Faruk Takbilek, Ester Ofarim) and Thomas Moked Blum (Fink, Patricia Kaas).
Nachshon, whose pieces draw on elements from jazz and pop, studied music at New York's New School University. She also works as a journalist and author, and as curator of the non-profit cultural salon FRAMED.
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