Yael Nachshon Levin - Album Release Show
The Album Release concert will take place in one of the most interesting and inspiring venues in Berlin – Silent Green Kulturquartier on Dec 7th!
Yael will be performing songs from her new Album, together with an 'all-stars' group of musicians:
Vocals: Yael Nachshon Levin
Guitar: Tomer Moked Blum
Bass: Haggai Cohen Milo
Drums: Ziv Ravitz
Sax: Yuval Cohen
Trombone: Yonatan Voltzok
Producer: Guy Sternberg
Supporting act: REEMA.
* Online tickets – 15€
* Tickets at the door – 20€
* Any Questions? write an email to - firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE ALBUM –
“Shining Long After They’re Gone” is the 4th studio album by Berlin-based singer Yael Nachshon Levin.
With her special musical background routed both in Jazz and Pop worlds, Yael and producer Guy Sternberg gather
a dream band together to realize their vision for this extraordinary album.
The band includes some of the most exciting names in Israel’s international Jazz export: trumpeter Avishai Cohen and his brother Yuval Cohen (sax), bassist Haggai Cohen Milo (Omer Klein Trio), Percussionist Itamar Doari (Johnny Greenwood, Omar Faruk Takbilek, Ester Ofarim) and Thomas Moked Blum (Fink, Patricia Kaas)
The Album was recorded over the course of three magical days, Yael and her band played live in the same room, allowed them to musically communicate in the most intimate and freeway. The result is a fascinating musical experience, adorably honest, heartfelt and direct.
These special moments were captured on analog tape and have remained in the analog domain all the way to the vinyl itself.
“Shining Long After They’re Gone“ is available on 180gr audiophile pressed Vinyl records and will be released on November 29th 2019, on LowSwing Records.
PRE SALE of the NEW ALBUM starts on 10/10 at –
ABOUT YAEL –
Singer-songwriter, Yael NachshonLevinwas born in Israel, had her musical education in the famous New School University in NYC, where she studied with legends such as Sheila Jordan, Reggie Workman, and Jane Ira Blum.
Yael collaborated with many international artists most noticeable the Israeli songwriter Yoni Rechter.
As an author, Yael has a weekly column in the Berliner Zeitung with journalist Anja Reich, and she’ll publish her book
“Getauschte Heimat” on November 2019 with the publishing house Aufbau Verlag.
Yael is also the founder and curator of the Non-profit cultural salon FRAMED.
Date & Time