Hadar Noiberg ready to jazz up Tel Aviv

The 33-year-old New York-based flutist will use her Friday night gig to present material from her latest release.

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November 23, 2015 20:14
Hadar Noiberg

NEW YORK-based Israeli flutist Hadar Noiberg.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Hadar Noiberg is one of the stars in this year’s Tel Aviv Jazz Festival, which takes place at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque Wednesday through Friday. The 33-year-old New York-based flutist will use her Friday night gig (11:30 p.m.) to present material from her latest release, From the Ground Up (Dot Time Records), to the local audience.

The album proffers a wide range of styles, textures and sensibilities that range from Noiberg’s root Israeli influences to African beats, liberally seasoned with groove and some rock-oriented departures. There is also plenty of lyrical endeavor on the CD, occasionally underscored by some Bachesque line, as well as some less structured passages.

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For the forthcoming show, as on the CD, Noiberg opted for an intriguing instrumental lineup, with fellow New York jazz community member Haggai Cohen-Milo on bass and Ofri Nehemia – already a seasoned professional at the age of just 21– on drums. The trio’s earnest intent will be enhanced by a guest slot for high-energy, free-flowing guitarist Yonatan Albalak.

For tickets and more information: *9080 and www.zappa-club.co.il, and http://hadarnoiberg.com.

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