Queenta- Woman Jazz Festival
A New Jazz Festival Created by the Yellow-Submarine
open doors 18:00
Queenta- a Jazz Festival dedicated to female creation. From across the world to Israel, from known international female artists to innovative, inspiring, local female creators. Three days of beauty, grace, and sensational talent.
Featuring: Carolina Cohen & Ariance Trujillo Duran (ineternational concert, Cuba), Anat Fort & Mayu Shviro, Chen Levy in tribute to Shoshana Damari, Meital Waldmann & Nitsan Kolko, Stav Achai & Roni Kaspi, Julia Feldman & Hagit Goldberg, Inbar Fridman, Ariel Bart, Katia Toobool & Hadar Noiberg.
Anat Fort & Mayu Shviro
Music Without Limits
Anat Fort, pianist. For nearly 20 years, she has worked with the finest musicians in New-York and became the first Israeli Jazz artist with an ECM recording contract. To her, improvisation isn’t just a tool for self-expression, but a way of life.
Mayu Shviro, cellist, composer and musical arranger.
Since she has been exposed to Turkish and Arab music, Mayu discovered an intriguing world, very natural to her. She explores and profounds her path within the Maqam world together with teachers from Greece, Turkey, Iran and Azerbaijan.
Mayu also studied privately Ottoman music with the Yayli Tambur player- Yvgenius Vulgaris.
This concert will be their first, intriguing encounter.
Piano & cello duo.
Ariel Bart, chromatic harmonica.
Performed with the finest Israeli artists, such as Shlomo Gronich, Miki Gavrielov, David D’Or, Atraf band, Achinoam Nini, and as a soloist in collaboration with the Jerusalem Orchestra East West. Bachelor graduate in jazz performance of the New-York New-School.
Her debut album, “Between In”, was released in May 2021. An exquisite, original album, comprising of clean sound and personal statement.
Ariel will perform her first album, with a glimpse to her upcoming new album, already recorded, scheduled to be released in coming October.
Harmonica (Ariel Bart), double-bass (David Michaeli), drums (Amir Bar-Akiva), piano (Stav Goldberg), cello (Mayu Shviro).
Meital Waldmann & Nitsan Kolko’s Big Band, featuring Hillai Govreen
Meital Waldmann, Israeli jazz singer, performing locally and around the world with the N&M Big Band and other ensembles.
The Big Band was founded by Meital & Nitsan together, with the talented pianist Nitsan Kolako writing the arrangements. The Big Band’s reputation precedes it, acknowledged for quite a few performances, to which numerous were sold-out.
A party on stage is expected.
Meital Waldmann (Vocals) | Nitsan Kolko (Piano & arrangements) | Gonn Shani (Double-bass) | David Sirkis (Drums) | Assaf Haris (Saxophones tenor) | Ofer Cohen (Saxophones tenor) | Adar Yosha (Saxophones alt) | Aviv Bloom (Saxophones alt) | Jonathan Kozlovsky (Trumpet) | Arik Amitai (Trumpet) | Dor Assaf (Trombone) | Yoav Trifman (Trombone) | Hillai Govreen (Clarinet)
Concept- traditional jazz\American songbook