Salit Lahav – Flute, Saxophone and Accordion
Marcelo Nami – Guitars
Yorai Oron – Electric Bass
Joca Perpignan – Percussion and voice
They spent years performing individually on the world’s most prestigious stages. When they finally got together and started playing, it all clicked right away: Yorai brought the Jazzy vibes, Joca delivered amazing Brazilian grooves, Salit added some Middle-Eastern spices and Marcelo spruced it all up with virtuoso guitar playing.
QuatRio showcases the musical melting pot and unique sound created by these four maestros. This exciting, joyful and intelligent performance is filled with original compositions that constantly travel between Tel Aviv, Rio and New York.
Salit Lahav (Israel) – Flute, Saxophone and Accordion
Nir Steinberg (Israel) – 7 strings guitar
Daniel Ring (Brazil) – Cavaquinho
Oded Aloni (Israel) – Pandeiro and Percussion
Brazilian Choro with Israeli touch
CHOROLE combines leading Israeli musicians with Brazilian artists who met due to their mutual passion for Brazilian music. The group developed their own unique sound, a mixture of typical Brazilian Choro style with Jazz influences, eastern flavor and Israeli music.
The group plays it's own interpretation to the classics of the Choro style ("Tico Tico", "Brasilerinho", "Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho"), original compositions and Brazilian interpretations of famous Israeli songs. CHOROLE plays special instruments, identified with this style of music: Pandeiro (small drum), Cavaquinho (little guitar), Sete (7 string guitar) along with soprano sax which paints the music with Jazz color. CHOROLE also hosts the great Israeli singer - Noa Peled - singing in Hebrew and Portuguese.
This typical Brazilian style, which preceded the Samba and the Bossa Nova, is considered to be the meeting point between classic melodies and Afro Brazilian rhythms. In the last couple of years, Choro style music has become so popular, that it can be heard all over Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo's streets and clubs, and now - in Israel.
CHOROLE is led and managed by the flautist Salit Lahav.
Michal Rahat – Drums, Percussion
Orit Dukler – Pianist and composer
Orit Orbach – Clarinet, Flutes, Saxophone
Salit Lahav- Flute, Accordion, Saxophone and composer
Hadas Frenkel - Electric Bass and Flamenco Guitar
" The musicians from Israel create an exciting and energetic combination of Jazz and Hasidic Rock "
(Oris Jazz Festival, London)
As the elelments create the world, those first class women musicians create a magical, colorful musical world. Jewish melodies are combined with ethnic styles from east and west, old and new, traditional and modern. Eve's women create a world where all cultures come together in beautiful harmonies and ecstatic rhythms with a strong, feminine touch. In their new CD "Genesis", eve's women bring new life into traditional folklore. The band presents new, refreshing arrangements in styles from jazz to oriental morrocan and more.
Eve's women perform with great success in Israel and abroad. They bring out all the colors of Jewish music and prove that the combination of femininty and klezmen music can reach directly to one's soul.
The band performed in Israel and around the world:
"Sefad Kleizmer Festivel", Eilat
"Oris Jazz Festival"and "The Jewish Festival", London
"Roskilde Festival" Denmark
"The International Festival", Beijing
"The Jazz Festival", Johannesburg
"The International Festival", Brooklyn park
And many more tours in Poland, Germany, Japan, Thailand, Greece, Yugoslavia, Russia, USA, China and more..