January 3, 2015

Jazz star Dekel Bor and soloists of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at Chelouche Gallery

Jazz star Dekel Bor and soloists of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at Chelouche Gallery

Jazz star Dekel Bor and soloists of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
in special Folk concerts at Chelouche Gallery

*** Due to Marathon Tel-Aviv 2015 the last concert in the series has been postponed!!! New date: Saturday 14.03.15, 12:30***

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Dekel Bor – Acoustic Guitar
Alon Bor – Marimba & Percussion
Micha Haran – Cello
Eli Magen – Contrabass

At Chelouche Gallery
7 Mazeh St., Tel-Aviv

Single Ticket price: 60NIS
Limited number of tickets

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International Jazz star Dekel Bor returns this winter to Israel for a tour of four intimate concerts, playing Folk music at Chelouche Gallery, Tel-Aviv, following the success of Bor\'s 2014 winter tour hosting Meir Shalev, Eyal Shani, Merav Michaeli & Moshe Ivgy.

In the 2015 winter tour Dekel Bor will be sharing the stage with master musicians of his childhood and principle soloists of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra: Micha Haran – Acoustic Guitar, Eli Magen – Contrabass, and his father Alon Bor – Marimba & Percussion, recipient of the Ministry Of Education Lifetime Award.

Joining this very special quartet is Bor\'s mentor, multi Grammy winning producer Robert Sadin (Sting, Placido Domingo, Herbie Hancock).

“Robert, Micha, Eli, and of course my father have shaped my life and the man I became. In honor of our journey together and especially for the 2015 concerts, I have written folk and jazz compositions, exploring our long history together, from Bach to Sasha Argov.” 
– Dekel Bor

” Dekel Bor\'s evocative live guitar playing…a fresh taste in music” John Rockwell , New York Times

Dekel Bor, composer, guitarist and bandleader, is a 34 year-old phenomenon who has taken the jazz world by storm for his highly original and captivating musical vision and performances.

Widely heralded by global press for his inspired performances, Dekel has performed in major festivals and concert venues across the US and Europe with the greatest of jazz legends Johnny Griffin, Reggie Workman, Jim Hall, Pat Martino, Roy Hargrove, Buster Williams & Billy Hart.
With an always-eager curiosity to experience music on all its possibilities, Dekel has toured with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, recorded with Alicia Keys, collaborated with NYC choreographer David Parsons and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.

In the past 3 years Dekel has performed the music of J.S. Bach in the project “Bach Electrified”, performing major festivals in Europe, with TV specials in Germany and Israel, as well as playing the music of jazz icon John Coltrane, with TV specials in the US & Canada, and gave TED Talks in Germany and Israel.
Dekel is brand ambassador for Mesa-Boogie Amplifiers, as well as Collings Guitars and BMW Motorrad, who, respectively, honored him with a guitar and motorcycle which carry his signature.
The album will be produced by multiple Grammy winning Robert Sadin, who has distinguished himself as conductor, arranger, and record producer through his work with Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Sting, Stevie Wonder, Plácido Domingo, Natalie Merchant, Busta Rhymes, Wynton Marsalis and Kathleen Battle & Grover Washington. Mr. Sadin has conducted the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony, and is a Deutsche Grammophon artist.
 

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