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Oran Etkin is in the lineup of the forthcoming winter version of the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat (February 9-11).

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February 2, 2017 20:08
Oran Etkin

Musician Oran Etkin. (photo credit: JOHN ABBOTT)

 
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Oran Etkin is one well-rounded musician. Running an eye over his bio reveals that the thirty-something, Israel- born, US-bred reedman has accrued training, as well as bandstand and studio time, in numerous areas of musical and cultural creation.

He is in the lineup of the forthcoming winter version of the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat (February 9-11), where he will play with a high-profile quartet of drummer Matt Wilson, vibraphonist Steve Nelson and pianist Adam Birnbaum.

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