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"Her voice and compositions are transformative” said the Rolling Stone, “She most impresses with her ability to convey a line with devotion and phrasing that powerfully straddles Jazz, Cantorial and the avant-garde” said All About Jazz, “The stunning Gottlieb possesses a powerful voice, using it with authority” said JazzTimes Magazine, “a commanding vocalist” hailed the NY Times.

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb is an international performer, an explorer of sound and seeker of musical adventures. Her unique blend of jazz, middle-eastern ... Read more

"Her voice and compositions are transformative” said the Rolling Stone, “She most impresses with her ability to convey a line with devotion and phrasing that powerfully straddles Jazz, Cantorial and the avant-garde” said All About Jazz, “The stunning Gottlieb possesses a powerful voice, using it with authority” said JazzTimes Magazine, “a commanding vocalist” hailed the NY Times.

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb is an international performer, an explorer of sound and seeker of musical adventures. Her unique blend of jazz, middle-eastern & jewish music, combined with her innovative approach to composition and improvisation, has led her to collaborate with some of the leading musicians of our time, including John Zorn, Bobby McFerrin, ETHEL, Anat Fort and Joe Lovano. She has released three critically acclaimed CDs featuring her original compositions, and has performed at Carnegie Hall, Montreal Jazz Festival, The Guggenheim Museum, Novara Jazz Festival and more.

In her latest project, “Shiv’a”, Ayelet takes another leap as a composer, as she presents a set of music composed for an instrumental ensemble. She joins as a vocalist only to perform the final movement, “Epilogue: Mahsan Yashan (An Old Shed)”

“Shiv’a” contemplates the “voice of thin silence” that follows the death of a loved one. Reflecting on Jewish and Buddhist rituals of mourning, it is scored for string quartet, percussion, and a Blanket with 49 Bells (a sound-sculpture that adds a special visual element to Shiv’a performances, made specifically for this project by installation artist Michelle Jaffe).

A stellar ensemble performs Shiv’a: ETHEL - one of the most in-demand string quartets performing contemporary music, and Satoshi Takeishi - a master percussionist who has collaborated with artists such as Eliane Elias, Randy Brecker, Anthony Braxton and Rabih Abu Khalil to name a few. While some of the movements are traditionally scored, others engage these incredible musicians in improvisation, graphic scores and extended techniques.

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"Her voice and compositions are transformative” said the Rolling Stone, “She most impresses with her ability to convey a line with devotion and phrasing that powerfully straddles Jazz, Cantorial and the avant-garde” said All About Jazz, “The stunning Gottlieb possesses a powerful voice, using it with authority” said JazzTimes Magazine, “a commanding vocalist” hailed the NY Times.

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb is an international performer, an explorer of sound and seeker of musical adventures. Her unique blend of jazz, middle-eastern & jewish music, combined with her innovative approach to composition and improvisation, has led her to collaborate with some of the leading musicians of our time, including John Zorn, Bobby McFerrin, ETHEL, Anat Fort and Joe Lovano. She has released three critically acclaimed CDs featuring her original compositions, and has performed at Carnegie Hall, Montreal Jazz Festival, The Guggenheim Museum, Novara Jazz Festival and more.

In her latest project, “Shiv’a”, Ayelet takes another leap as a composer, as she presents a set of music composed for an instrumental ensemble. She joins as a vocalist only to perform the final movement, “Epilogue: Mahsan Yashan (An Old Shed)”

“Shiv’a” contemplates the “voice of thin silence” that follows the death of a loved one. Reflecting on Jewish and Buddhist rituals of mourning, it is scored for string quartet, percussion, and a Blanket with 49 Bells (a sound-sculpture that adds a special visual element to Shiv’a performances, made specifically for this project by installation artist Michelle Jaffe).

A stellar ensemble performs Shiv’a: ETHEL - one of the most in-demand string quartets performing contemporary music, and Satoshi Takeishi - a master percussionist who has collaborated with artists such as Eliane Elias, Randy Brecker, Anthony Braxton and Rabih Abu Khalil to name a few. While some of the movements are traditionally scored, others engage these incredible musicians in improvisation, graphic scores and extended techniques.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

"Her voice and compositions are transformative” said the Rolling Stone, “She most impresses with her ability to convey a line with devotion and phrasing that powerfully straddles Jazz, Cantorial and the avant-garde” said All About Jazz, “The stunning Gottlieb possesses a powerful voice, using it with authority” said JazzTimes Magazine, “a commanding vocalist” hailed the NY Times.

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb is an international performer, an explorer of sound and seeker of musical adventures. Her unique blend of jazz, middle-eastern & jewish music, combined with her innovative approach to composition and improvisation, has led her to collaborate with some of the leading musicians of our time, including John Zorn, Bobby McFerrin, ETHEL, Anat Fort and Joe Lovano. She has released three critically acclaimed CDs featuring her original compositions, and has performed at Carnegie Hall, Montreal Jazz Festival, The Guggenheim Museum, Novara Jazz Festival and more.

In her latest project, “Shiv’a”, Ayelet takes another leap as a composer, as she presents a set of music composed for an instrumental ensemble. She joins as a vocalist only to perform the final movement, “Epilogue: Mahsan Yashan (An Old Shed)”

“Shiv’a” contemplates the “voice of thin silence” that follows the death of a loved one. Reflecting on Jewish and Buddhist rituals of mourning, it is scored for string quartet, percussion, and a Blanket with 49 Bells (a sound-sculpture that adds a special visual element to Shiv’a performances, made specifically for this project by installation artist Michelle Jaffe).

A stellar ensemble performs Shiv’a: ETHEL - one of the most in-demand string quartets performing contemporary music, and Satoshi Takeishi - a master percussionist who has collaborated with artists such as Eliane Elias, Randy Brecker, Anthony Braxton and Rabih Abu Khalil to name a few. While some of the movements are traditionally scored, others engage these incredible musicians in improvisation, graphic scores and extended techniques.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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