Jazz @ The Submarine with: Marcelo Nami and Deborah Benasouli

Marcelo Nami and Deborah Benasouli Duo in a special evening, where they will perform original music alongside Brazilian music.

Deborah Benasouli started her way in theatre after studying at the Nissan Nativ acting studio and later on decided to focus on jazz singing. She moved to New York, where she studied with Bob Mover and Barry Harris. With her return to Paris, she performed in many of the famous Jazz venues and in a number of festivals.
She won in France the “Sancofa Soul Contest”the “Jazz Diva” competitions.

Her band’s first album “ElectricDiva” came out in France and was also distributed in Israel.
The ingenious jazz portal critic known as Citizen Jazz wrote: “Her art of singing is full, rich, joyful, wild and gentle, all at once, a gem”
Now in Israel, Deborah is performing in different project with amazing musicians like Marcelo Nami.

Born in a small town in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, Nami has already performed and recorded with the best Brazilian artists, among them Chico Buarque, Daniela Mercury, Ivan Lins and others. In Israel, he collaborated with Yoni Rechter, Shem Tov Levi and Shlomo Yidov. In addition to being a permanent member of the annual carnival album, Nami has two albums, Wind Toy and Back Again, which emphasize his love for the Brazilian tradition, but at the same time strive to innovate and break the conventions of the instrument. . “Marcelo has a lot of creativity, fitness improvisation, personality and a very impressive rhythm!” (Yoni Rechter)