Home is where the muse is

With New York experience, saxophonist Elad Gellart returns to his roots in Jerusalem.

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November 28, 2013 09:30
Elad Gellert.

Elad Gellert 370. (photo credit: Nadav Ariel)

 
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Elad Gellert is back home. After close to four years in the Big Apple, the epicenter of the jazz universe, the 28-year-old saxophonist returned to his hometown of Jerusalem a year ago to do his creative thing.

“This is my space – where I hold rehearsals and jam sessions, and I write and create and teach here. I have all the instruments I need here, and I play all of them,” he says.

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