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3 Cohens © Yossi Zwecker

3 Cohens

Monday 20 June 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:15
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

3 Cohens

Avishai Cohen, Trompete

Anat Cohen, Saxophon, Klarinette

Yuval Cohen, Sopransaxophon

Yonathan Avishai, Klavier

Programme

James F. Hanley

Indiana

Benny Golson

Along came Betty

John Frederick Coots

For all we know (1934)

Sidney Bechet

Si tu vois ma mère

Duke Ellington

Azalea

Avishai Cohen

Shufla de shufla

Duke Ellington

Mood Indigo (1930)

Cole Porter

So in love (Kiss me, Kate) (1948)

Anonymus

Tiger Rag

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Charlie Parker

Billie's bounce

Note

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3 Cohens in a Quartet

The history of jazz is marked by music-making siblings – from the Adderleys to the Heath Brothers to the Turrentines. Growing up together obviously allows them to develop a natural relationship to music: Avishai, Anat and Yuval Cohen are no exception to the rule. The siblings grew up in Tel Aviv and together developed a fondness for jazz and wind instruments: »We can talk to each other without talking. Often we don't even look at each other on stage. We share such a big story that we can feel each other through the music,« explains Anat, the sister in the group. Watching this almost telepathic sense of swing and improvisation on stage is a real treat. Yonathan Avishai completes the trio's sound on the keys.

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