The Dekel Bor Trio with special guest Eli Degibri will be performing tonight Jan. 10th at
205 W54th st. corner of Broadway
Dekel Bor - Guitar
Dave Ruffels - Bass
Eli Degibri - Sax
Israeli saxophonist Eli Degibri has performed with Herbie Hancock, Al Foster, Ron Carter, Eric Reed, and led bands which included Kurt Rosenwinkel, Aaron Goldberg, Ben Street and Jeff Ballard. Eli has just released his 2nd album on Fresh Sound entitled Emotionally Available".
Dekel Bor's evocative live guitar playing...a fresh taste in music (John Rockwell, New-York Times)
The Dekel Bor trio is one one of the most prominent and visible groups of the New-York jazz scene performing an average of 150-200 concerts a year to enthusiastic audiences. At a time where forward-looking,dedicated working jazz bands are rare, the Dekel Bor Trio is pushing the envelope of modern jazz. In the past 5 years the group has toured across the US to critical acclaim performing at top festivals, clubs and colleges during which they have drawn the attention of multi grammy- winning producer Robert Sadin ( Wynton Marsalis, Gilberto Gil), known for his celebrated, Grammy-winning work with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. Mr. Sadin will produce the group's first album - EMUNA".
The group is now preparing for a US and european CD release tour in the Autumn of 2007 which will find them collaborating with such jazz legends as Fred Hersch, Kenny Wheeler, Tom Harrell among many others.
About the group:
Dekel Bor is a 27 year-old artist from Israel who has taken the jazz world by storm for his focused and highly-original musical vision as a Composer, Guitarist and Bandleader. Dekel has toured and performed in major festivals accros the US and Europe with some of the biggest names in jazz including saxophone titans Johhny Griffin and Donny McCasslin, guitarists Pat Martino, Adam Rogers and Russell Malone, pianists Rachel Z and Horace Parlan, Bassists Buster Williams, Reggie Workman, Niels-Henning Orsted-Pederson, Cameron Brown, Hans Glawishnig, Ugonna Okegwo and Boris Kozlov, drummers Adam Nussbaum, Charly Persip, Clarence Penn, Ari Hoenig, Dafnis Prieto and Gregory Hutchinson as well as Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra. Dekel is endorsed by such top companies as Ribbecke Guitars ,Traugott Guitars, Mesa Boogie and Acoustic Image Amps, Bag-End Speakers and Thomastk-Infeld Strings.
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