Latin rhythms snake their way to TA

Noted Argentinean-Israeli musician Fernando Knopf is going to get the crowd hopping next week in Tel Aviv.

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April 8, 2010 05:18
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Buenos Aries-bred composer, bassist and pianist Knopf moved to Israel in 1996 and has since performed all over the world with his scintillating fusion of Salsa, Cuban, Brazilian, Latin, funk and jazz rhythms.

Joining him onstage will be Los Angeles-based Toro, who has literally written the book on beats, having authored numerous volumes on the nature of rhythm. He’s worked on film and TV soundtracks and has played with luminaries like Stan Getz, George Benson and Los Lobos.

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