Shauli Einav 4tet
After six albums as a leader with only acoustic instrumentation, Shauli Einav, an Israeli sax player based in Luxembourg, explores more electronic and electric soundscapes. The music is inspired by both jazz and music from outside the jazz idiom. Einav aims to revive the sonorities he was listening to in the 90s: the sound of British artists such as Jamiroquai, The Prodigy, Simply Red or David Bowie, medieval folk music, and modern jazz influenced harmonies.
“In a way, this is my homage to my teenage years where I aim to bring more audiences to jazz music, by building a bridge from the younger generation’s popular esthetics to today’s mainstream jazz.”
For this new project, Einav teamed up with some of the rising stars of the European jazz scene: Dutch guitarist Eran Har Even, French organist Laurent Coulondre as well as Luxembourg drummer Paul Wiltgen.
"remarkably complete musician, a virtuosic soloist with a lush sound on both soprano and tenor whose compositions are daring and deep"
“In a way, this is my homage to my teenage years where I aim to bring more audiences to jazz music, by building a bridge from the younger generation's popular esthetics to today’s mainstream jazz.”
- 60 minutes Cloister and garden Lucien Wercollier
- Plein tarif 6€
- Kulturpass 1.5€
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Saxophon: Shauli Einav
Guitar: Eran Har-Even
Keys: Laurent Coulondre
Drums: Paul Wiltgen