Avishai Cohen (Contrabajo)

Avishai Cohen (Contrabajo)

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Very few journeys have been as adventurous and unpredictable as the musical path Avishai Cohen has been walking for the last twenty plus years. Ever since the highly acclaimed Israeli bassist/composer became a bandleader his recordings have shown a constant evolution. Avishai’s previous outing ‘1970’ became his most commercially successful so far, and introduced him to a pop audience that for the most part wasn’t even aware of his vast catalogue and work.

The obvious thing, then, would be to just do it all over again. But Avishai doesn’t like to go where he’s already been. So ‘Arvoles’ (‘Trees’ in the ancient Ladino-language) is very different in tone and feel. ‘’This time I wanted to focus on something else. I see ‘Arvoles’ as new music, it’s a reflection of my world over the last couple of years. Let’s just say the new work shows another part of my personality. If you listen to both records back to back, you’d get a pretty good idea of who I am as a man, a husband and a father.”

It’s a collection of original instrumental compositions, and one traditional song was written over the last couple of years without the intention of ever being compiled on the same record. Still, they all fit together like a hand in a glove. ‘Arvoles’ recorded with drummer Noam David (Israel) and pianist Elchin Shirinov (Azerbaijan) are both magnificent musicians and composers in their own right .They both join Avishai on the road for extensive worldwide touring that runs deep into 2020.

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Discography
1970

1970, 2017
From Darkness

From Darkness, 2015
Duende

Duende, 2013

 

On Tour
17-17
jul
Pori Jazz 2020
Kirjurinluoto / Pori, Finland
29
sep
Avishai Cohen Trio with Avishai Cohen and Noam David at Palais des Beaux-Arts (Bozar) (September 29, 2020)
Palais des Beaux-Arts (Bozar) / Brussels, Belgium

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