Jazz at Beit Avi Chai: Loving French-style

French-born jazz musician Jess Korean will team up with twins, guitarist Ofer and bassist Eyal Ganor, for some quality jazzy renditions of French chansons at Bet Avi Chai.

December 31, 2015 13:04
Jess Koren

Jess Koren in 1973 at Bar Barim, a Tel Aviv jazz club that had its run in the ’60s and ’70s. (photo credit: AVRAHAM KABILIO)


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Jess Koren likes to do things his own way. That is as apparent today as it was when he was barely knee-high to a grasshopper.

He was just six years old when he picked up his first instrument, the clarinet, and simply taught himself to play.


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