Thu March 19th, 2015
Minimum Age: 18+
Doors Open: 6:00PM
Show Time: 7:00PM
Event Ticket: $18
Day of Show: $22
free for members
TABLE SEATING POLICY
Table seating for all seated shows is reserved exclusively for ticket holders who purchase “Table Seating” tickets. By purchasing a “Table Seating” ticket you agree to also purchase a minimum of two food and/or beverage items per person. Table seating is first come, first seated. Please arrive early for the best choice of available seats. Seating begins when doors open. Tables are communal so you may be seated with other patrons. We do not take table reservations.
A standing room area is available by the bar for all guests who purchase “Standing Room” tickets. Food and beverage can be purchased at the bar but there is no minimum purchase required in this area.
All tickets sales are final. No refund or credits.
Yael Deckelbaum (Singer/Songwriter) was born in Jerusalem, Israel, in 1979. At the age of 16 she won first prize in a national contest for the best young singer-songwriter in Israel.
In 1999, After two years of serving in military band Yael had been chosen to perform as a vocal soloist with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra at a tribute concert to the Beatles, directed, and conducted by Sir George Martin [arranger and producer for the Beatles].
There she met Shlomo Artzi – long considered Israel’s leading singer-songwriter – and toured with him for two years, joining him on a hit duet of his famous album, “Ahavtihem”.
Yael is also a founding member of “Habanot Nehama”, a superb female trio together with Karolina Avratz , and Dana Adini. Their album to date has sold over 50,000 copies in Israel alone, and has also been released in Germany, Austria & Switzerland.
Yael’s first solo album (Ground Zero) had been released in Germany, Austria, France and Benelux. Three of her songs were featured on the international TV series “The L Word” and two were featured in the movie “Antarctica’ , in which Yael was also one of the actors.
Over the years ,Yael has been performing all over Germany and Europe playing solo and with “Habanot”, in many venues and festivals such as Fusion Festival, Ziget Festival, Rudelshtat Festival & many more .
Yael is known for her versatility and has collaborated with many different national and international artists, such as Peter Kruder(Kruder & Dorfmister), Yossi Fine, Eli Degibry, Dani Sanderson, Rona Kenan, Shabak Samech, Hadag Nachash, Rami Fortis, Tamar Izenman, Geva Alon, Funkenstien & more…
Yael has been chosen to be the opening act for Chris Cornell .
After releasing her second solo album “Joy & Sadness” , Yael has been invited by Mashina (Israel’s most highly considered rockband), to join them for a two year tour, and has performed with them all over Israel & the US.
These days Yael is releasing her third solo album, “Enosh”, produced by Yossi Fine, and funded successfully by a Kickstart project.
Yael Deckelbaum official site
Hadar Noiberg Trio
Since arriving in NYC at age 21, flutist, composer and arranger Hadar Noiberg has established herself as a major force in the Cuban, Jazz and World music scenes. With a language that transcends her Middle Eastern roots, she fuses styles seamlessly, distinguishing her as both innovative and highly skilled. Hadar started her career from her young age as a Classical musician, playing and touring with the Young Philharmonic Orchestra and staudying at the Tel Aviv Academy of Music with flutist Yossi Arnheim (principle flutist for the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra). Later she transferred to the City College of New York where she completed her Bachelors degree majoring in flute and composition, studying with the acclaimed composer David Del Tredici. In 2007 Hadar received an outstanding award from the ASCAP foundation for her composition skills.
Hadar’s sophomore CD with her trio, Journey Back Home, is a journey of the flute as a lead instrument. She explains: “The flute in Western improvised music has always been an instrument that was either used by doublers or was not considered a serious main instrument. In the Eastern and Middle Eastern musical traditions the flute, the Middle Eastern ney or the Indian bansuri are primal and influential instruments that hold the deep soul of the music. I want to bring that depth and richness into my music, which is influenced by both West and East, and feature the flute as a strong leading instrument.”
Hadar’s original material is being performed by her trio which has a daring and unique instrumentation: flute, double bass and drums/percussion which allows sliding in and out of Jazz improvisation and Western harmonies with Middle Eastern and North African rhythms and semitones.
The trio has toured Israel, Europe and the US and has been featured in festivals and major venues in Germany, USA, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Taiwan, Romania, Israel and more.
Hadar has been a featured performer with acclaimed artists such as Yemen Blues, Dave Valentin, Anat Cohen, Omer Avital, Coco Mama, Alvester Garnett, Joel Frahm, Junior Rivera, Louis Kahn, Rufus Reid and many more. She currently performs and tours nationally and internationally, having already showcased in such venues and festivals as Blue Note (NY), WOMEX, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Babel Med Music, Central Park SummerStage, Iridium Jazz Club, Jazz Standard, Sweet Rhythm, Small’s Jazz Club, Merkin Concert Hall, The 55 Bar, Creole Blues Festival, Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, Midsummer Night Swing, Roskilde Festival, Nessiah Festival, among others.
Hadar Noiberg official site